Activity: The Rhyming Game

Ages:            3-5,  6-8                                                         What you'll need:    Imagination
Location:     Indoors
Skills:          Language, Thinking
Source:         Familyplay

Background:
Try this exercise along with The Rhyming Book to enforce the concept of rhyming for children. By thinking of words that rhyme and articulating them into a sentence, kids practice listening and language skills together.

What to do:
Ask your child to choose two rhyming words and make a nonsense sentence from them. For example, your child might choose "bear" and "hair" and say, "If I had a bear, I'd lose my hair." Let your child make several nonsense rhymes.

 

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