Rhyming is a huge part of early childhood education, and children love it. There’s something innately silly about manipulating words and sounds, which makes it fun for the kiddos. Here’s a very simple rhyming activity to try along with the nursery rhyme Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Are you following Fun-A-Day’s Nursery Rhymes Pinterest board? Twinkle, Twinkle, LittleKeep Reading
As promised, I have even more rhyming activities for kids today! Yesterday, I touched on simple rhyming activities that are easily adapted to meet the needs of rhyming kiddos. Today, I’m going to delve into specific ideas.
Now it’s on to rhyming activities to do with the kiddos! If you’d like to catch up with the rest of this series about rhyming, here are the links: The Rhyming Series 1. Why is teaching rhyming important? 2. Introducing rhyming to children 3. Rhyming books and songs 4. Rhyming activities for children 5. EvenKeep Reading
As promised, today I’m going to share some of my favorite rhyming books and songs for the kiddos (to go along with my series about teaching children to rhyme)! Keep in mind that this was a big task for me, as I love books and narrowing down my list of faves was difficult. 🙂 PleaseKeep Reading
photo source For the second part of they rhyming for kids series, I’d like to talk about how to introduce it to children. Keep It Short First, I’d like to mention that you don’t need to spend a huge amount of time directly teaching rhyming to children. As with all phonemic awareness activities, it’s bestKeep Reading
photo source After posting about teaching children letters, a friend of mine (from my kindergarten days) asked me about teaching rhyming. She works with kindergarten English Language Learners and wanted more ideas about how to incorporate rhyming. In speaking to her, I was inspired to write a short series about rhyming in early childhood. WhatKeep Reading