Rhyming games for preschoolers that are fun, engaging, and super low prep. As I’ve mentioned many times before, sometimes the simplest activities are the best. This is especially true when it comes to young children! Teaching kiddos to rhyme can definitely fall into this category. Games and rhyming activities for preschool don’t need to beKeep Reading
Songs and fingerplays are essential when teaching kiddos to rhyme. Here are some of our favorite fingerplays and rhyming songs for preschool children. “Clean up, clean up, everybody, everywhere. Clean up, clean up, everybody do your share.” I don’t know about you, but I have simple songs for almost everything related to teaching preschool and kindergarten.Keep Reading
When it comes to teaching kids to rhyme, rhyming books are a must. They provide interesting, engaging story lines and illustrations for the children to focus on. Hearing the rhymes within each book is a meaningful example of the concept. Rhyming Books for Kids Bear Snores On is a rhyming book with delightful illustrations. It’s theKeep Reading
Sometimes, as teachers and parents, we adults can over-complicate things for children. Oral language skills, like rhyming, can fall into that category too easily. Teaching rhyming is very important, of course, but it doesn’t take ten pages of overly detailed lesson plans to accomplish this. So one of the main things you should remember about howKeep Reading
Rhyming is an important part of the early childhood experience, both in and out of the classroom. But WHY is teaching rhyming to young children so important? 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 wantedKeep Reading
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.