Lesson Plan

Phonological Awareness: Rhyme, Rhyme or No Rhyme

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Rhyming is fun, builds phonemic awareness, and is a tried and true pre-reading skill. This activity helps learners identify words that rhyme. Young scholars listen to a song, locate a rhyming word they hear by clapping then draw a picture representation of the word.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas
  • If you do not have rhyming songs readily available, record yourself singing or telling stories with rhyming words
  • Conduct the activity with a small group, and play the song for all to hear—no need for headphones
Classroom Considerations
  • Requires songs with rhyming words, an audio player, paper, and drawing tools
  • The gloves do not serve a purpose
Pros
  • Rhyming songs add a musical feature that is engaging to most pupils
Cons
  • It does not include rhyming word media
Common Core