Wednesday, March 12, 2014


CLL6 – The child will develop early phonological awareness (awareness of the units of sound).
CLL6.4b Identifies and produces rhyming words.
WSO: Demonstrates phonological awareness.
Activities: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Rhyme.  On a cookie sheet, place three picture cards, two rhyming words and one not.  Example, pig, star, wig.  Hold up each card and say the word of the object having students to echo it back. After the rhyme is identified, students feed the rhyming words to your old lady prop.  New cards are places on the tray and the game continues until no cards after left.  
Erase a Rhyme.  Draw an image of anything fitting your topic of interest.  We'll use a snowman for our example.  "We need to erase something that rhymes with 'cat'..........."  The game is done when your picture is gone.  This could be done on white board or students could all do this on lap whiteboards.  This activity can also be found on smart exchange to utilize on your interactive board.
Books: I Ain't Gonna Paint No More by: Karen Beaumont
Rhyming Dust Bunnies by: Jan Thomas
Songs: Make A Rhyme, Make A Move by Jack Hartmann

This indicator is NOT word families.  
That is rime, not rhyme.


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