Sunday, September 21, 2008

Teaching Rhyming

One of my listservs has been pretty active lately on the topic of teaching rhyme. It has been an interesting topic, because the person interested in ideas has already tried many strategies to help her particular student master the concept.

So it made me think...how many different strategies and different materials would help teach the concept of rhyming.


Ideas for parents and teachers about how to teach rhyming:

Rhyming at Succeed to Read

Rhyming Ball Game


Rhyme Time

You Tube: Teaching Rhyme with Songs


You Tube: Teaching Rhyme


Free Downloads for teaching rhyming:

Using Nursery Rhymes: Free Printables


Raffi: Down by the Bay Song

Kelly's Kindergarten Rhyming Pictures


Erase A Rhymes

More Erase A Rhymes (scroll down 2 or 3 sections)


Free Online games/videos for practicing rhyming:

You Tube: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

You Tube: Sesame Street "et" Rhyme


You Tube: Becka and the Big Bubble


Interactive Game: Oobi Rhyme

Interactive Game: Gus and Inky Rhyme

Interactive Game: Rhyme Time Picture Match Up

Interactive Game: Scholastic Reggie Loves to Rhyme

Interactive Game: Elmo Rhymes


Products to purchase:

Jack Hartmann: Shake Rattle and Read

Lakeshore Rhyming Books


Lakeshore Rhyming Tubs


Super Duper: Rhyme Deck



These are just a few of the many resources that are out there. Have fun exploring!

6 comments:

Cam said...

I just found your blog and I am excited to utilize some of the resources you have. I have taught students with learning differences since 1994. Currently, I am working with three year olds so I am looking for some helpful resources. Do you suggest anything in particular? I taught 2nd-3rd graders for many years so I have a lot of resources for that age range.

Michelle_special_ed_teacher said...

Hi Cam-
I have some of my favorite materials in this post: http://michellespecialeducation.blogspot.com/2008/05/favorite-materials.html

For three year olds, specifically, I also love color sorting tubs, shape and color sorting manipulatives, potato head (Wal Mart has one that has 4 potato heads with lots of accessories).

I love Handwriting Without Tears (the cd and the wooden pieces are well worth the money)....Mat Man is a particular class favorite.

I'll have to think some more on this.....maybe it'll be my next post! :-)

Michelle

michaeledlavitch said...

Dear Math Enthusiast,
Hi. I am a Middle School Math teacher. I spent the summer making a website geared directly for grades 6-8. I want students to have a site where they can practice their math skills while still having fun. I have personally made the games.
If you have a place on your website to put a link, please do so. My site is located at: www.HoodaMath.com
Feel free to email me back with a link or a suggestion.
Thank you,
Michael Edlavitch

www.HoodaMath.com

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