My little one has taken to reading much quicker than I imagined.
I hoarded so many books for learning to read with the specific intention of using them with her. And then she never needed a single one. Go figure.
One thing that has been a little difficult for her to grasp, though, is rhyming.
My oldest child, also an early reader, grasped the concept right away. This child, though, needs a little more help.
So I thought I’d make a few sets of rhyming literacy puzzles to help her practice reading rhyming pairs and matching them up!
And because I love my readers, I’m sharing them with you too! Read on to see how to get your set to use with early readers too!
By the way, if you want to share great children’s literature with your young ones, don’t miss this list of 100 picture books for preschoolers! All of our favorites are on that list!
Printable Rhyming Literacy Puzzles
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This printable pack includes eight different rhyming pairs.
I wanted to keep the concept as simple as possible, so all of the words rhyme and they all end with the exact same spelling.
No tricky stuff!
Kids can find the matching words by sounding out the ending sound or spotting the similar letter endings.
Then just fit them together!
These are set up so that they can be used with kids who are reading or pre-readers!
So there are sets of rhyming words with the printed words and the pictures and then sets with the pictures only.
My little one had a ball with them! One step toward rhyming literacy!
Scroll down to get your set of our printable Rhyming Literacy Puzzles!
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