Spring has officially sprung where we live! It has been so refreshing after a very long, cold winter. My daughter is almost five and we have been trying to fit in working on rhyming words every chance we get. This Flower Garden Rhyming Words Sensory Bin is sure to get your kiddos excited about practicing rhyming words!
*Pair with our Spring Centers & Activities!
Rhyming Words Sensory Bin
This sensory bin game was a definite hit! It is a free printable, very simple and there are so many different options for set up. Let’s add some interactive, Spring fun to your literacy lessons!
This free printable simply needs to be printed and cut!
I wanted to create a sensory bin to keep it engaging so I took a few extra steps.
Keep in mind the skill of rhyming should be taught prior to playing the game.
To start, you can show your child or students an example of a rhyming pair.
I placed all of the laminated flowers into the dry beans to create a flower garden. To play, I had my daughter choose one flower and then continue to pick other flowers until she found the rhyming match!
Another option would be to pick two flowers at a time and take turns with another student to simulate a matching game. This creates opportunities to talk about word endings and why or why not words rhyme.
If you aren’t able to create a sensory bin, you can place all flower cards face down. With a partner or group, they can take turns like a matching game!
RELATED RESOURCE: Nursery Rhyme Collection of Emergent Readers
Other Sensory Ideas
- Green Dyed Rice (grass)
- Coffee Beans
- Brown or Green Play dough
We love this Flower Garden Rhyming Words game! It has brought Spring fun to our learning and some interactive play!
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