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Generating Rhymes: Developing Phonemic Awareness
|Grades||K – 2|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Two 30-minute sessions|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- Chart paper and markers
- Index cards
|1.||Access the School Specialty Intervention Lesson Pack: Rhyming Pictures. Using the second worksheet (the one with the picture of a gate), cut out the rhyming word pairs (gate, plate, skate; car, jar, star; key, bee, tree; ring, king, swing; toe, bow, yo-yo). You may want to enlarge the pictures on a copier to make them easier to see. Glue each picture to an index card or copy the pictures onto card stock.
|2.||Using the third worksheet in the pack (the sheet with the picture of a book), cut out each picture and glue or tape it to an index card with the word written on the back. This will form the following 12 rhyming pairs:
|3.||Copy "Down by the Bay" onto chart paper, inserting the pictures with tape as noted on the handout. You may also want to write the word below the picture.
|4.||Photocopy a class set of the last worksheet (the one with a picture of a goat) from the lesson pack.