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Ages 5-7 | KS1 Roll and Rhyme

Lovejoy

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Activity Time
5 - 10 minutes
Introduction/Overview
In this activity, the students will apply their knowledge of rhyming words by supplying similar sounding words as the one given.


Procedure
Short Introduction

A rhyme is known as a repetition of similar sounding words, occurring at the end of lines most commonly seen in poems or songs. It is a poetic device that brings rhythm or musicality to poems rendering a pleasing effect which makes reciting them a fun and enjoyable experience. In this activity, the learners will apply their knowledge of rhyming words with a twist using a die and a worksheet.​

Steps:
  1. Prepare the materials that you need for this activity.
  2. Read each of the given words.
  3. Roll the die.
  4. Once you have a number, refer to its corresponding number in the worksheet.
  5. Supply the rhyming words for the number it landed on.
  6. Write your answers on the space provided.

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Roll and Rhyme Worksheet
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