Lessons for Rhyming

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  • There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves Teaching Guide - … : Humorous Cumulative Story Comprehension Focus: Sequence of Events Language Focus: Rhyming Get Ready to Read Pre-Reading Activities Cumulative Stories Some … cards that answer each riddle. They rhyme with sneeze and fall from trees. (leaves) It rhymes with shirt and means to feel … sequence. (leaves, shirt, pumpkin, pole, pants, rope, hay) 3. Rhymes What rhyming word would describe what the old lady would do if …
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  • Activity Plan 4-5: Rhyming Word Wall - … chart markers chart paper several books with rhyming text Objective: Children will create a rhyming word wall to develop language and literacy … words that rhyme and add those to the rhyming word wall. 4 Encourage children to identify more rhyming words when reading bio rhyming books, poetry and nursery rhymes singing sons …
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  • Fly With the Birds Lesson Plan - … : Language Arts Book Summary Children will enjoy reading this engaging rhyming tale that follows an extremely amusing and imaginative little girl … a New Rhyme Invite the class to create a new rhyming sentence for each page of the book. Record their rhyming sentence ideas … words under the flap. Rhyming-Words Match Cut apart the rhyming-word lists. Place three groups of rhyming words on the table. Invite … !: Dr. Seuss's Book of Ridiculous Rhymes by Dr. Seuss Full of humor, silly rhymes, and crazy creatures guaranteed to engage children …
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  • Rhyme Time! - … fascinated by rhymes. In this lesson teachers can use children's natural curiosity of rhyme to create Wanted Posters for rhyming words using Publisher or any similar software. Objectives Recognize words that rhyme Identify words that rhyme … out their similarities. Ask for other words that rhyme with those from story. Play "Rhyme Time". Place various picture cards in a …
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  • High School Poetry Writing Workshop - … of the poem or song: End Rhyme - Internal Rhyme - Masculine Rhyme - Feminine Rhyme - Near (Slant) Rhyme - Eye Rhyme - Consonance - Assonance - Rhyming Couplet - Blank Verse - Alliteration - Onomatopoeia. WRITING ASSIGNMENT: Write a poem that employs rhyme. Describe …
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  • I Say You Say - … . This lesson will help children identify that the difference between rhyming words is in the initial sounds. They will explore word … supplying initial sounds to complete them. Materials: chart with poem, rhyming word worksheet Procedures: (1) Introduce the lesson by explaining and … do not rhyme. Listen to these sets of words. Thumbs up if they rhyme. Thumbs down if they do not rhyme. Here we … (5) Let's play a game called Finish this rhyme... I start the rhyme like this red and bed, blue and ? You …
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  • It's Time for a Rhyme - … in oral and written texts (for example, uses rhyming words orally; distinguishes between rhyming and nonrhyming words). Florida Process Standards Critical and … Can You Rhyme game. 9. Read several rhyme phrases aloud, emphasizing the rhyming words. Then challenge the children to complete each rhyme aloud. 10 … of same/different before teaching rhyming. Attached Files A list of rhyme phrases to be used in the rhyming game. File Extension: pdf
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  • Limerick - … create an a-a-b-b-a rhyming pattern. As students provide examples of rhyming names or words, write them on the … to refine the class limerick until it follows the correct rhyming and syllable pattern. Word Work: Synonyms Explain that a synonym … word, might help with the limerick-writing process (by providing rhyming and syllable options, humorous ideas, precise descriptions, and so on … choose to disregard the syllable pattern; concentrating, instead, on the rhyming pattern.) Typically, each of the five lines in a limerick …
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  • Whose Shoes? Using Artifacts to Teach Reading and Rhyming Patterns - … the end-they rhyme. 7. Suggest that students scan the text to find rhyming words. As students name the rhymes, write them on chart paper and have students read the rhyming words aloud … work with students in making a third rhyming word. 9. Have students select another rhyming pair and make those words on their … . Students should be able to reproduce at least one rhyming word based on rhyming words found in the selected text. Help students …
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  • Writing Poetry with Rebus and Rhyme - … rebus poems, based on a model. define and explore rhyme by identifying rhyming words. reflect on their writing process. back to top … ____ loves a ____ (rhyming word), Every ____ loves a ____ (rhyming word), Every ____ loves a ____ (rhyming word), And I love … the Resources section. Help students generate sets of three rhyming words. Once your rhyming words are chosen, help the students work together …
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