Rhyme & Repitition Grades Kindergarten to Grade 3

EBOTM1894

$21.99 CAD

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  • Author : Goyetche, Marie-Helen

Children adore rhyming words. By utilizing their interest this book will help you guide children to master and enjoy rhyming and repetition. This activities are designed to encourage students to play with words and to build a bank of rhyming words. It can also be used as an introduction to poetry.

Rhyme and Repetition has been organized into five sections. Pick and choose which sections to do, and within each section again you will have the opportunity to decide how many pages the students will complete.

  1. My Rhyming Dictionary: 14 pages where students can build their bank of rhyming words. Students can write words that sound the same – with or without the similar spelling endings. This section can be tailored to the teacher’s needs as to how many sheets the students will complete. Specific questions are written on the bottom of each page to help children identify certain aspects of the written English language. There are blank sheets where the students will add the endings should the class be working on a specific picture book, poem, or theme. It is recommended that the pages of the Rhyming Dictionary be photocopied, placed in a duo-tang, and kept with each child. The students will be able to use the dictionary as a reference when they engage in other Language Arts and writing activities.
  2. Rhyming Games: What better way to get students involved than to get them to take charge and create their own games? These games can be made at school or at home. They can be played as a class, in small groups, and can reinforce rhyming concepts while making it fun. The two games will help students feel the rhyme and rhythm of the words.
  3. Activity Pages: There are over 30 pages in the Activity Pages section. These pages can be distributed according to themes such as animals, school, home, and word play. They can be used to reinforce rhyming words after Story Time or Independent Reading. The students will be engaged and will feel proud to accomplish the pages given as the pages encourage students’ participation and many allow them to build on their prior knowledge.
  4. Creative Writing Pages: These pages take the activities to another level. The students are encouraged to complete, continue, and fill in the blanks in short stories based on rhymes.
  5. Nursery Rhyme Pages: Using over 12 Mother Goose rhymes, the students are asked to identify, classify, sequence, and rewrite the rhymes.
Supports Common Core Standards for Reading, Foundational Skills, Phonological Awareness.

 

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