Rhyming Worksheets To Print:
Froggie Launchpad - Lots of animal movement for this one. Read each sentence and choose the word that best completes it the blank.
Swings and Burgers - I hope kids know what the word "spat" means. This is a series of sentences that go in many different directions.
Rhyme Centers - You'll need a crayon or at least a colored pencil. Focus on the term that is found in the center of everything that is presented to you.
Rhyme Boxes - The first picture is a clam. Use each of the pictures to best answer each of the questions.
Rhymes With... - This will stretch your brain a bit. Connect the picture to one of the three words found in the box.
Rhyme Centers 2 - There are a bunch more rhymes here. You will have to start in the middle and work your way forward.
My Rhyme Boxes - It's not a goldfish, just a fish. Take your time to think through a selection of various answers that you could choose from.
It Rhymes With... - The words are related and ask to answer them quickly. Write the word that is shown in the picture, and then circle the word that best fits it
in each box
Our Rhymes - What word rhymes with dish and hog? Take a look at each word bank and then write the word on the lines.
Your Rhymes - What word rhymes with sheep and ring? Take your time and focus on the best of all the choices that are present.
Rhyme Chair - Can you think of another word that rhymes with chair? There are bunch of different selections that work for this.
Long Vowels - We are looking for a similar harmony and cadence in these terms and the beats that come out of them.
Short Vowels - Find all the terms in each row that have the same short vowel tones as the word in the box.
Same Colos - Color the words that rhyme the same color. There are a bunch of different terms to work through.
Heart Rhymes - Color me orange or red. Whatever works best. Take your time to read across all the words that are present. The more you take in, the better you will do.