Lessons for Rhyming

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  • Reading/Writing/Rhyming - … . Because the names rhyme! Teacher will ask students what makes a rhyme? Why does something rhyme? Do they like books with rhymes? Why? 3 … rhyming words. Student drew three pictures representing rhyming words. Student drew two pictures representing rhyming words. Student drew one thing, but did not rhyme. Writing Student composed two or three pairs of rhyming words. Student composed one pair of rhyming words. Student wrote …
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  • Mother Goose Meets Project Wisdom Through Pod Casting - … is student friendly and contains links to the different nursery rhymes. The rhymes are indexed in themes, which allow the teacher to … nursery rhyme. Students determine how they will change the nursery rhyme into a positive one. Students rewrite the nursery rhyme into a positive rhyme … the Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes. Procedures: Students examine their nursery rhymes. Students identify the parts of the nursery rhyme that are abusive to …
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  • Spiders and Monkeys and Bears! Oh My! - … character by reading or reciting a short rhyme from an illustrated collection of nursery rhymes to small group of children. 11. Following … reciting nursery rhymes; ask children to teach nursery rhymes to family and friends. Send home a list of books and rhymes shared in … (video or audio) while they recite nursery rhymes. Students may learn books, nursery rhymes or fairy tales by using books on cassettes …
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  • Nursery Rhymes - … (sounds) Use vowel sounds to identify words Identify rhyming words-listen for rhymes Identify rhyming words Recognize that words consist of a combination … ; i.e.: Mother Goose Book of Nursery Rhymes Nursery Rhymes handouts Teacher Model of Nursery Rhyme endings Discussions Big Books Computer games i … . Students will write a unique end rhyme to a familiar Nursery Rhyme. Students will present their Nursery Rhyme to peers. Students will identify …
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  • Time for Rhyme (includes BLM Time For Rhyme) - … end with the same sound throughout the nursery rhyme. B. Find Your Own Rhymes 1. Tell students to think of some other … they have completed the BLM Time for Rhyme, ask students the following questions about rhyming words to assess what they have learned … 1:03 PM Page 41 Name: Time for Rhyme Write 2 words that rhyme with: cat: ____ , ____ fun: ____ , ____ set … are spaces for two different groups of words that rhyme). Help students spell rhyming words with which they are having difficulty. 7 …
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  • Reading/Writing/Rhyming - … . Because the names rhyme! Teacher will ask students what makes a rhyme? Why does something rhyme? Do they like books with rhymes? Why? 3 … rhyming words. Student drew three pictures representing rhyming words. Student drew two pictures representing rhyming words. Student drew one thing, but did not rhyme. Writing Student composed two or three pairs of rhyming words. Student composed one pair of rhyming words. Student wrote …
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  • Rhyming Ball Game - … by having them physically respond to rhymes. Key Vocabulary Rhyme Procedures Warm-up Teach students that rhymes are words that sound the same … . Assessment List 7-8 rhyming and non-rhyming word pairs. Ask students to identify which pairs are rhyming and non-rhyming pairs. Closure Challenge students to create their own rhyming story. Comments (0) Add Comment …
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  • Rhyming With Seuss - … new things about reading. Children are introduced to nursery rhymes and other rhyming words at a very young age even though they … find and create rhyming words. First model how to recognize rhyming words: Today we are going to learn about rhyming words. Words that have similar sounds are called rhymes. Watch how I find the rhyming words in Twinkle …
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  • Rhythm and Rhyme - … Perception: Students will be able to compare the given rhyme to another rhyme that they already know (I Know An Old Lady … be able to listen and identify the similar rhyme pattern of the two rhymes and apply those concepts to a group creation … activity? Who can tell me what rhyme means? Rhythm? Beat? Good job on the creative rhymes! I enjoyed them very much! Clean … of rhyme pattern in the group performance of the new rhyme. I will also evaluate their understanding of the concept of rhyme by …
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  • Identify and Create Rhyming Words - … : Large Groups Summary: Students will listen and recognize rhyming words using poetry or rhyming books. Main Curriculum Tie: English Language Arts Kindergarten … groups do a picture sort of the words that rhyme. Have students rhyme words using a song. (ie. If you're happy … rhymes holds it up and says the rhyme. Students can find the rhyme from their picture and pick up the picture that rhymes. Other rhyming … phonogram labeled pages. Circle the pictures on a strip that rhyme. Match rhyming words as additional phonograms are introduced. This would be …
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