Fun Rhyming Activities for Kids

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Learning to read is no easy task, and many things must happen as children grow into readers. One skill that early readers develop is rhyming. Learning to rhyme may seem like it comes naturally (after all, you can likely easily think of nursery rhymes from your childhood) but that isn’t always the case for many children. It needs to be practiced and children need to be exposed to it. But rhyming does NOT have to be boring – in fact, it is one of the most fun parts of learning to read (in my opinion). These rhyming activities for kids are simple, engaging, and most of all – FUN!

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Early readers will love these rhyming activities including printables, games, and more. They are simple, engaging, and most of all - FUN!

Rhyming Activities for Kids

Take the learning outside with this Sidewalk Rhyming Practice activity. / Life with Moore Babies

Kids will love playing Rhyming Ring Toss! / Growing Book by Book

Print and play these fun CVC Rhyming Games. / The Kindergarten Connection

Then also print this CVC Rhyming Board Game to try. / The Kindergarten Connection

Did someone say, “Dr. Seuss”? This Hop on Pop Rhyming Activity is sure to be a hit! / The Chaos and the Clutter

These Transportation Rhyming Cards are a great visual for early readers to start rhyming. / Royal Baloo

This collection of rhyming activities includes printables and also DIY rhyming games.

Shadow Rhymes are a fun activity for introducing rhyming. / Royal Baloo

These Rhyming Clip Cards work on rhymes and build fine motor skills, too! / The Measured Mom

Early readers will have so much fun with these Rhyming Jars. / No Time for Flashcards

Let’s go fishing! Fishing for Rhyming Words, that is! / This Reading Mama

This Outdoor Rhyming Toss is a great way to take the learning outside and get active. / Fantastic Fun & Learning

Use your Duplos for a round of Duplo Rhyming. Kids will love it! / This Reading Mama

This collection also includes ideas for using supplies at home like sponges, cardboard tubes, and more to practice rhyming.

Use these Rhyming Word Puzzles with any theme. / School Time Snippets

Grab some simple supplies and Spin a Rhyming Word. / No Time for Flash Cards

Make this fun Rhyming Basket and practice rhymes in a playful way with your kids. / The Imagination Tree

Read the awesome book and then make these adorable Rhyming Dust Bunnies. / Growing Book by Book

Like a little messy play? Then Rhyme or Slime is for you! / How Wee Learn

Practice reading word families with this Spin a Word Family game. / Playdough to Plato

This collection includes interactive activities like clothespin clip cards and using chalk activities to work on rhyming.

Make these easy and fun Word Dominoes!  / Nurture Store

Print out these Rhyming Stars and start matching for a fun game. / Fun-a-Day

Print out and play with these Rhyme Cards. / Totschooling

These Rhyming Robots are fun to match up! / 123 Homeschool 4 Me

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