Free Worksheets Rhyming Spring

Rhyming Flowers Worksheet

Help Kindergarten age students practice rhyming words with these super cute, FREE printable Flowers Rhyming Worksheet perfect for working on reading readiness this spring. FREE Rhyming Flowers - Help Kindergarten age students practice rhyming words with these super cute, FREE printable Flowers Rhyming Worksheet perfect for working on reading readiness this spring. #rhyming #kindergarten #kindergartenworksheets #literacy

Spring time! Have you seen any pretty flowers growing in your neighbourhood lately? What colors have you seen? I bet you have! Here is a fun rhyming flowers activity your early readers will enjoy this Spring!

Practice reading CVC words (consonant-vowel-consonant) and recognising patterns and rhymes in words with our fun rhyming flowers activity! Choose your own colors to color the pair of flowers that rhyme!  

Rhyming Worksheet

This is a low prep, almost no prep, activity. Simply scroll to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new windwo for you to print. These black and white worksheets are no prep – making it a quick and easy literacy activity for kindergarten students. Use crayons, markers, colored pencils, gel pens, or your other favorite material. Whether you are a parent, teacher, of homeschooler – this kindergarten rhyming activity is perfect for April and May!
rhyming words worksheet

Rhyming Words Worksheet

The child reads a flower word and decides on the color to color the flower. Then he/she find the flower with the rhyming word and color it the same color. Effectively, there would be 6 colors used for the 6 pairs. Rhyming is a skill young children pick up on even before they know their letters. Think about nursery rhymes- kids learn to hear the rhyming words even before they realise it. This is part of phonemic awareness, one of the building blocks for reading and spelling. When a child can identify rhymes AND know their letters, writing and reading can happen. And that is exactly what this fun activity is all about!
flower rhyming words for kindergarten

Rhyming Words for Kindergarten

Picking up on word patterns(some call it word families), makes reading easier too. If a child can read run, he/she can certainly read sun, nun, fun and so on, by simply changing the first sound.(Another skill needed for reading- phonemic manipulation.) It sounds simple, but think about when a child gets older and comes across a difficult word like “nation”. If he knows the “tion” (“shin”) in the word “caution”, he will be able to read “nation” applying that knowledge. It is all about creating patterns the brain will remember! Have fun practicing reading and rhyming with your pretty rhyming flowers!

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Spring Activities for Kindergarten

Are you looking for more fun, engaging spring activities to make learning fun? You will love these free spring printables for preschoolers, kindergartners, and first graders.


spring rhyming worksheets for kindergarten

Rhyming Worksheets for Kindergarten

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Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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