This winter, your preschoolers can work on rhyming words with this fun set of hot chocolate-themed, winter rhyming puzzles! These low-prep puzzles are perfect for your upcoming winter homeschool preschool lessons.
More Hot Chocolate Fun for Kids
- Hot Chocolate Playdough Recipe
- Free Hot Chocolate Addition & Subtraction Worksheets
- Chocolate Crafts & Activities for Chocolate Day
- Homemade Chocolate GOOP
- Printable Hot Chocolate Multiplication & Division
- Winter Playdough Mats
- Free Hundreds Chart Winter Coloring
- Amazing Historical Winter Candy
Winter Rhyming Puzzles
Preparing the Puzzles
Print out the pages on cardstock. Laminate the puzzles for durability. Now, cut the puzzles apart. You will end up with twenty-one two-piece rhyming puzzles. Print the assessment page on regular printer paper. Kids can choose to color the pictures or leave them blank before completing the activity.
How to Use This Pack
To start, go through the images with your preschooler to make sure they can identify each object featured. You could even play with your child the first time to make sure they can match the rhymes.
After that, kids will search amongst the pieces for the rhyming words to complete each puzzle. This is a great way to reinforce rhyming words with your preschoolers and kindergarteners.
To make this activity self-correcting, place small (identical) stickers on the back of each rhyme. This way, kids can turn the puzzles over and check their own work.
For additional rhyming practice…
- Practice rhyming and fine motor skills with these FREE Cut & Paste Valentines Day Worksheets
- This spring, your kids will love practicing rhyming with this Free Strawberry Rhyming Activity
- As your kids become more proficient with rhyming words, you may want to include this snowflake rhymes for preschoolers activity in your lessons. In it, children will sort snowflake cards according to whether the two images displayed rhyme or not.
- Or, you can try this robot rhyming words game. This one has words on it so kids can see the way these rhymes look and sound the same.
- These Pumpkin Rhyming Worksheets & Activities make it fun to practice rhyming in the fall.
- This Seuss-inspired One Fish Two Fish rhyming activity is another great addition to your literacy lessons. You might want to hold on to this one until February when you celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
- Just because it is Christmas time doesn’t mean you can’t keep learning! These FREE Gingerbread Rhyming Puzzles make it fun to practice hearing word similarities.
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