Grades: K-2 | Age: 5-8 | Written by:
[Dustie is a teacher at Sharon-Mutual Elementary in Sharon, Oklahoma.]
Teachers/parents can use magnetic letters to help teacher their students/children about words that rhyme.
What You Need:
- Reading and learning rhymes.
What You Do:
- letter magnets
- magnetic board in your classroom
- strips of paper
- Have the magnetic board set up at free-choice center and have a special word for the day.
- Let the children create as many rhyming words that rhyme with the word for the day and then have them write it down on the
strip of paper.
- Each day in language arts, read the words and have the other class be detectives if they are rhyming or not. [As an added bonus, if the students get it right, they receive a sticker for a job well done, this helps those students who have difficulty receiving stickers in a special area.]
A Child's Treasury of Nursery Rhymes
by Kady MacDonald Denton
Illustrated in full-color and organized by age level--from baby to toddler to school age child--this sumptuous compendium offers a mix of more than 100 most-loved and less-familiar rhymes, lullabies, tongue twisters, riddles, and songs, gathered from near and far.
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