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Fun finger plays and rhymes to get children's attention! This is a video of finger plays and rhymes presented by Dr. Jean. I have also linked a pdf file of her popular finger plays and rhymes. Enjoy!

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"K takes i and e... C takes the other 3!" Catchy, rhyming rule for K and C... generally true for most words.

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When students want to tattle on a classmate, they report to the tattle monster by writing him a note. What a great way to dismiss tattle tales!

Mrs. Wills Kindergartenfrom Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

Phonological Awareness-Rhyme Recognition

phonological awareness- rhyme recognition

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The Imagination Treefrom The Imagination Tree

Rhyming Pairs Basket Literacy Game

Make a simple rhyming activity to help practise rhyming pairs and learn about literacy in a playful, hands-on way! This would be great for both home and the classroom as a go-to resource on the shelf. We have been practising Continue reading Rhyming Pairs Basket Literacy Game

The Measured Momfrom The Measured Mom

Rhyming Books for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Our favorite rhyming books for toddlers and preschoolers. Mouse Mess has been loved to pieces!

Growing Book by Bookfrom Growing Book by Book

Rhyming Dust Bunnies Puppets

These rhyming dust bunnies puppets make great props to build phonological awareness. It's a super easy and fun rhyming activity.

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