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Rhyming Words for Kids & How to Teach

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Rhyming Words for Kids & How to Teach

As a parent, it is important to encourage your child to learn to rhyme. The parent can make learning fun for the child by helping him to recognize rhymes. Children who are good at rhyming words will have an easier time learning to read and spell. This makes reading easier for them.

They are also better able to detect shared letter sequences, making reading easier using Jolly Reading Classes for them. The stages of rhyme learning are very similar to those of other reading skills.

This article will cover each stage of learnning .

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There are several stages of recognition in rhyme learning. There are also three basic stages in rhyme learning: early, middle, and advanced. This article will cover each stage.

The first one is the most important 

Awareness refers to knowing when a word rhymes with another one

Developing phonological awareness is critical for rhyming, which is a pre-reading skill.

It is important to note that a child’s phonological awareness may be an early symptom of dyslexia.

The second stage is recognizing rhyming words.

This skill requires phonemic awareness, which is a crucial pre-reading skill.

By increasing the amount of exposure to rhyme, students can develop their phonological awareness.

Stages of Rhyme Learning

1)Exposure:

Introducing them to nursery rhyming words is as easy as singing the nursery tune. It is a good idea to expose them to a range of rhyming music as they read them and sing them.

2) Recognition:

After listening and singing the music, the child should be able to identify the pattern of the rhyme, also known as rhyme recognition.

3) Production:

After exposure and recognition of rhymes, your child will be able to produce rhyme themselves. Asking questions to rhyme simple daily words such as Bat, Cab, and Ball will make them curious to explore more.

How to Teach Rhyming Words

Here are some ideas to help you teach your child rhyming words. First, make rhyme games. Children love playing these games, and you can play them anytime. Prepare a basket with a few objects in it. As the children walk around the circle, they say a rhyming word and are asked to pull out what rhymes with that word.

 

Another great idea is to play rhyme games. One of the most simple activities is to sort words by endings and then pull one from each family and ask your child to find the rhyme for that word. You can also make up a deck of cards and give your child a clapping game to help them remember the rhyming words. In addition, you can create worksheets and flashcards for your child to practice recognizing rhyming words.

 

Another way to learn rhyming words is to create a word family. You can teach kids how to recognize rhyming words with word tiles.

 

You can even make your rhymes by combining different word families. You can create a rhyming scavenger hunt for a more interactive activity where you let your child choose a rhyming word.

  • Poetry books, reading rhymes and songs.
  • Puzzles that contain rhymed words.
  • Clipping cards
  • Lap books
  • Rhyming dictionaries
A) Rhyming words with “at”

1.    Bat

 

2.    Cat

 

3.    Fat

 

4.    Hat

 

5.    Mat

 

6.    Pat

 

7.    Rat

 

8.    Sat

 

9.    Vat

 

10. Slat

 

11. Brat

 

12. Flat

 

13. Chat

 

14. Splat

 

15. That

 

 

 

 

B) Rhyming words with “an”

1.    Ban

 

2.    Can

 

3.    Fan

 

4.    Man

 

5.    Pan

 

6.    Ran

 

7.    Tan

 

8.    Van

 

9.    Flan

 

10. Plan

 

11. Span

 

12. Scan

 

C) Rhyming Words with “ab”

1.    Cab

 

2.    Dab

 

3.    Drab

 

4.    Fab

 

5.    Flab

 

6.    Grab

 

7.    Jab

 

8.    Nab

 

9.    Lab

 

10. Slab

 

11. Tab

 

12. Crab

 

D) Rhyming Words with “ad”

1.    Add

2.    Bad

 

3.    Clad

 

4.    Dad

 

5.    Fad

 

6.    Had

 

7.    Lad

 

8.    Mad

 

9.    Pad

 

10. Rad

 

11. Sad

 

 

E) Rhyming Words with “all”

1.    Ball

 

2.    Call

 

3.    Fall

 

4.    Hall

 

5.    Mall

 

6.    Shawl

 

7.    Tall

 

8.    Wall

 

9.    Thrall

 

10. Gall

 

 

 

F) Rhyming Words with “ag”

1.    Bag

 

2.    Flag

 

3.    Drag

 

4.    Gag

 

5.    Hag

 

6.    Nag

 

7.    Rag

 

8.    Sag

 

9.    Tag

 

10. Wag

 

 

 

G) Rhyming Words with “ip”

1.    Ship

 

2.    Chip

 

3.    Clip

 

4.    Dip

 

5.    Drip

 

6.    Flip

 

7.    Grip

 

8.    Hip

 

9.    Kip

 

10. Lip

 

11. Nip

 

12. Pip

 

13. Rip

 

14. Sip

 

15. Slip

 

16. Skip

 

17. Snip

 

18. Tip

 

19. Trip

 

20. Zip

 

 

H) Rhyming Words with “ap”

 

1.    App

2.    Cap

3.    Clap

4.    Flap

5.    Gap

6.    Lap

7.    Map

8.    Nap

9.    Rap

10. Scrap

11. Slap

12. Snap

13. Strap

14. Snap

15. Tap

16. Trap

  
I) Rhyming Words with “id”

1.Bid

 

2.Did

 

3.Hid

 

4.Kid

 

5.Lid

 

6.Mid

 

7.Rid

 

8.Sid

 

9. Grid

 

10. Slid

 

11. Skid

 

12. Squid

 

J) Rhyming Words with “op”

1.    Bop

 

2.    Cop

 

3.    Crop

 

4.    Clop

 

5.    Drop

 

6.    Flop

 

7.    Hop

 

8.    Mop

 

9.    Plop

 

10. Prop

 

11. Shop

 

12. Stop

 

13. Swap

 

14. Top

 

 

 

 

 

K) Rhyming Words with “am”

1.    Clam

 

2.    Cram

 

3.    Dam

 

4.    Gram

 

5.    Ham

 

6.    Jam

 

7.    Lamb

 

8.    Ram

 

9.    Slam

 

10. Spam

 

11. Tram

 

 

L) Rhyming Words with “ig”

1.    Big

 

2.    Dig

 

3.    Fig

 

4.    Gig

 

5.    Pig

 

6.    Rig

 

7.    Twig

 

8.    Swig

 

9.    Wig

 

10. Brig

 

 

 

M) Rhyming Words with “ar”

 

1.    Are

2.    Bar

3.    Car

4.    Far

5.    Jar

6.    Scar

7.    Star

8.    Tar

9.    Ajar

10. Guitar

N) Rhyming Words with “aw”

1.    Awe

 

2.    Caw

 

3.    Claw

 

4.    Draw

 

5.    Flaw

 

6.    Paw

 

7.    Raw

 

8.    Saw

 

9.    Straw

 

10. Thaw

 

O) Rhyming Words with “ay”

1.    Bay

 

2.    Clay

 

3.    Day

 

4.    Gray

 

5.    Hay

 

6.    Jay

 

7.    Lay

 

8.    May

 

9.    Pay

 

10. Play

 

11. Pray

 

12. Say

 

13. Stay

 

14. Spray

 

15. Sway

 

16. They

 

17. Way

 

18. Tray

 

P) Rhyming words with “ell”
  1. Bell

 

  1. Cell

 

  1. Dell

 

  1. Fell

 

  1. Gel

 

  1. Sell

 

  1. Shell

 

  1. Smell

 

  1. Tell

 

10.   Spell

  1. Well

 

12. Yell

 

N) Rhyming Words with “aw”

1.    Awe

 

2.    Caw

 

3.    Claw

 

4.    Draw

 

5.    Flaw

 

6.    Paw

 

7.    Raw

 

8.    Saw

 

9.    Straw

 

10. Thaw

 

Q) Rhyming words with “en”

1.    Den

 

2.    Men

 

3.    Pen

 

4.    Ten

 

5.    Then

 

6.    When

 

7.    Wren

 

8.    Zen

 

9.    Ben

 

10. Ken

 

R) Rhyming words with “et”

1.    Bet

 

2.    Get

 

3.    Jet

 

4.    Let

 

5.    Met

 

6.    Net

 

7.    Pet

 

8.    Set

 

9.    Wet

 

10. Yet

 

S) Rhyming words with “ew”

1.    Blue

 

2.    Blew

 

3.    Brew

 

4.    Chew

 

5.    Clue

 

6.    Crew

 

7.    Cue

 

8.    Dew

 

9.    Drew

 

10. Ewe

 

11. Flew

 

12. Glue

 

13. Grew

 

14. Knew

 

15. New

 

16. Phew

 

17. Shoe

 

18. Shoo

 

19. Stew

 

20. Through

 

21. Threw

 

22. True

 

23. View

 

 

R) Rhyming words with “et”

1.    Bet

 

2.    Get

 

3.    Jet

 

4.    Let

 

5.    Met

 

6.    Net

 

7.    Pet

 

8.    Set

 

9.    Wet

 

10. Yet

 

T) Rhyming Words with “in”

1.    Bin

 

2.    Chin

 

3.    Din

 

4.    Fin

 

5.    Grin

 

6.    Inn

 

7.    Pin

 

8.    Shin

 

9.    Skin

 

10. Spin

 

11. Twin

 

12. Thin

 

13. Tin

 

14. Win

 

 

U) Rhyming Words with “it”

1.    Bit

 

2.    Fit

 

3.    Hit

 

4.    Kit

 

5.    Knit

 

6.    Lit

 

7.    Mit

 

8.    Nit

 

9.    Pit

 

10. Sit

11. Quit

 

12. Skit

 

13. Slit

 

14. Spit

 

 

V) Rhyming Words with “od”

1.    Cod

 

2.    Bod

 

3.    Odd

 

4.    Nod

 

5.    Plod

 

6.    Prod

 

7.    Rod

 

8.    Squad

 

9.    Trod

 

10. Pod

 

W) Rhyming words with “og”

1.    Bog

 

2.    Blog

 

3.    Cog

 

4.    Clog

 

5.    Dog

 

6.    Fog

 

7.    Frog

 

8.    Hog

 

9.    Jog

 

10. Log

 

X) Rhyming words with “op”

1.    Top

 

2.    Chop

 

3.    Cop

 

4.    Crop

 

5.    Drop

 

6.    Flop

 

7.    Hop

 

8.    Mop

 

9.    Pop

 

10. Shop

 

11. Stop

 

 

Y) Rhyming words with “ot”

1.    Blot

 

2.    Cot

 

3.    Clot

 

4.    Dot

 

5.    Got

 

6.    Hot

 

7.    Knot

 

8.    Not

 

9.    Plot

 

10. Pot

 

11. Rot

 

12. Shot

 

13. Spot

 

 

 

Z) Rhyming words with “ow”

1.    Bow

 

2.    Brow

 

3.    Cow

 

4.    How

 

5.    Now

 

6.    Pow

 

7.    Sow

 

8.    Row

 

9.    Vow

 

10. Wow

 

Conclusion:

Learning nursery rhymes is more than just learning the words. It helps children with language development. The successful implication of these rhyme words in front of the children can make them smart in spoken language . It is considered one of the vital communication skills, making them language smart using Jolly Reading (Jolly Phonics programs).

Teaching your kids to rhyme words will solidify their literacy foundation and give them an advantage of developed language skills. Building a rhyming skill little by little through nursery rhymes, reading rhyming stories, everyday object rhyming, and other activities such as lap books and word games can help.

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