Super cute, spring themed, Flower Rhyming Activity for pre k, kindergarten, and first grade to improve reading readiness! This free printable rhyming game is sure to be a hit with your students!
Spring fever may have hit, but students still have learning to do before the school year is out! Kids will love learning rhyming with this fun Rhyming Spring Flower Match activity. Rhyming is such an important literacy skill to help your preschool, prek, kindergartener, and grade 1 student to have a solid foundation for reading in the future.
This spring activity includes a flower pot and red and orange tulips featuring a variety of clipart images that rhyme:
- bee and key
- nest and west
- flash and splash
- grow and mow
- dog and frog
- plane and rain
- bite and kite
- flower and tower
- sing and spring
- balm and palm
- ball and tall
- knee and sea
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this rhyming activity for helping students learn about rhyming words. This is handy for extra practice, summer learning, flower themes and goes great in a literacy center or spring center in your classroom. With twelve sets of rhyming words, this activity pack can be used in multiple ways.
- Color Version – I suggest you laminate the pages to make them extra durable for repeated use. Store in a large ziplock bag to practice rhyming over and over to achieve fluency.
- Blackline Version – Children can use crayons, markers, colored pencils, gel pens, etc. to color in the sheets if they wish – this is great for strengthening fine motor skills!
Cut the page with the pots on it along the solid black lines. The Flowers can either be cut out along the outside solid black lines or with a small box around it. These can also be laminated for durability.
To use this super cute rhyming game place a flower pot sorting mat in front of students. Now place all the pretty tulip flowers in a pile next to the mat. Kids can then choose one flower and look at the picture. After saying name of the picture they place the flower on the pot. One way to support their learning of rhyming is to slowly say the word while emphasizing the ending sound as the word is read.
Then they are to go through the rest of the flowers to find the matching rhyming word, for example; bee and key. Once they have found it, they can place that into the pot next to the other flower.
To further this activity, children can then write down these matching words and even other words that rhyme with them.
Looking for more practice rhyming with kids? You will love these free printable resources!
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