What I’ve noticed the most about my rhyming instruction is that I hit it “hot and heavy” those first couple of months…then it takes more a back seat as I teach segmenting, blending, word writing, etc! So, I knew that was a no-go this year! I would make it my mission 2.0 to provide meaningful and fun activities for the kids to practice rhyming throughout the year. I will have one sight word and one rhyming activity per literacy basket throughout the ENTIRE year to keep the kids firm in these skills! Below is a quick view of the activities I whipped of for the kiddos! Because I will be continuing to place rhyming activities in my literacy baskets and use at small group for the entire year I knew I would be make A LOT of new rhyming packets so I decided to place them into an endless bundle! If I need them, you get them free! Once you purchase the bundle you get all of my future rhyming packets for free!
Up first are these ADORABLE Frogs on a log! For the activity students will match the frogs to the word family log. If you feel the students will have a hard time with this activity OR to cut down on students asking what the picture might be you can simply write the word on the back of each frog! Students will then be able to self-check their work!
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I will leave you with a couple of my favorite videos for teaching rhyming!
Have a great weekend!