This is a 88-page digital downloadable unit taken from Book 1 in the Phonological Awareness Skills series and focuses on the skill of Rhyming and is provided in full-colour, in PDF format.
The word ‘rhyme’ can be defined as ‘agreement in the terminal sounds of lines of verse, or of words’. In simple terms, rhyme means that the final sounds of two or more
words or lines of verse sound the same or are very similar in sound. A rhyme also refers to rhyming poetry or verse. When children refer to rhyme they most often mean nursery
rhymes, number rhymes and action rhymes.
This series is an excellent resource to help teachers address the ‘Phonological and phonemic awareness’ learning outcome of the new Language Curriculum, which for Stages 1 and 2 states that pupils should be able to ‘play with and recognise sounds such as syllables, rhyme, onset-rime and phonemes in spoken words’. This series emphasises the oral element in phonological awareness.
The skills are developed through fun, hands-on games and activities for whole-class, small group and pair work, with full instructions (including the actual words to say, if required). The games and activities are perfect for learning stations and station teaching. They can also be used for early finishers to consolidate skills or to motivate young pupils needing extension. All game/activity resources, supporting worksheets if applicable, differentiation ideas, formative and summative assessments and answers are provided. Literature links and suggested websites for games are also included where applicable.
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