Saturday, December 15, 2012

I Spy Rhymes - A Phonemic Awareness Unit Targeting Rhyming Skills

I Spy Rhymes - A Phonemic Awareness
Unit Targeting Rhyming Skills

Updates made on 1-31-13! New pages added!!

Why work on rhyming? It is a common core standard skill goal area, it helps to improve reading, writing, and speaking skills, and because it's fun to work on rhyming! Kids love to hear and to say rhymes. This packet will provide you with a wide variety of worksheets, games and activities to target rhyming skill advancement. Enjoy!
We hope you find this program beneficial and to your satisfaction. If you have any comments and concerns, please let us know. We would be happy to help out.
Sincerely, Manda & Shanda, SLP's

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Contents of this super fun farm unit addressing rhyming:
Page 5: Color the ducks and repeat the words that rhyme with “duck”.
Page 6: Find the picture that rhymes with, “pig” and repeat the words that rhyme with “pig”.
Page 7 -8: Write the first letter to finish words that rhyme.
Page 9: Common Core Standard Activity: Rhyme recognition. Say, “yes” if the two words rhyme.
Pages 10 to 14: Seek -’N’- Find the rhyming pictures.
Pages 15 – 18: Seek -’N’- Find the rhyme pairs in nursery rhymes about farms.
Pages 19-24: Find the targeted end rhymes in the farm stories.
Pages 25-27: Find the “rotten eggs” in the chickens nest. Find the word that does not rhyme.
Pages 28-30: Print, cut out, and laminate the Pink Pig rhyming pair cards. Play memory match.
Pages 31-34: Print, cut out, and laminate the White Sheep Rhyming Sorting Cards. Sort them into the four categories on the rhyming mat.
Page 35: Draw a line to the matching rhyming pairs.
Page 36: Write in a word that rhymes with a color word.
Page 37: Circle the picture that rhymes with a given word worksheet.
Pages 38-39: Color the pictures while naming rhyming words for the ones given.
Page 40: Rhyming Words Discrimination (Level A) worksheet. Identify the word that rhymes with the first word.
Page 41: Rhyming Words Discrimination (Level B) worksheet. Identify the word that does not rhyme with the other two.
Page 42: Produce A Rhyming Word (Level C) worksheet. Produce a rhyming word to complete a sentence.
Page 43: Rhyming Word Production (Level D) worksheet. Produce three rhyming words after hearing the target word.
Page 44: Worksheet: Draw a line from each word on the left to the word that rhymes with it on the right.
Page 45: Worksheet: Write a word that rhymes with the given word.
Page 46: School is Cool Rhyming Poster.
Page 47: Farmer Joe’s thank you card to the rhyming students.
Sincerely,
Manda & Shanda


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