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Unlock the joys of reading and wordplay with our Normal Rhyming Words Worksheets for Ages 7-9. Designed to enhance phonemic awareness and boost vocabulary, these fun activities help children identify and match rhyming words through engaging exercises. Perfect for classrooms or at-home practice, our worksheets are excellent tools to inspire a love for reading in young learners. Easy to download and print, they encourage the development of essential literacy skills in an enjoyable and interactive way. Equip your child with the confidence to recognize patterns in language and prepare them for more advanced reading challenges ahead!


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Rhyming Kites Worksheet
Rhyming Kites Worksheet

Rhyming Kites Worksheet

On a spring day, fly a kite! Kids Academy has a rhyming worksheet to boost your child's skills. Read the pairs of words aloud. Circle the kites if they rhyme, leave them blank if they don't. Listen carefully and find all the rhyming word pairs to complete this sheet!
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Poem: My New Kite Worksheet
Poem: My New Kite Worksheet

Poem: My New Kite Worksheet

Read a cheerful poem with your child and have them check the boxes next to the words that appear. Then, ask them to identify rhyming words, noting that these won't appear at the bottom of the page. This is a delightful reading activity to help your child remember what they read.
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Rhyming Flowers Worksheet
Rhyming Flowers Worksheet

Rhyming Flowers Worksheet

Recognizing rhyming words boosts phonological awareness. With this skill, students can identify similar sounds in words and predict new words more accurately. This worksheet provides practice and is ideal for the reading classroom. Download and find the rhyming words! (80 words)
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Poem: The Swing Worksheet
Poem: The Swing Worksheet

Poem: The Swing Worksheet

Encourage your child's love of writing by displaying their poems on the fridge or walls. This worksheet focuses on a swing, something your child enjoys, and contains questions to help your child think more deeply about the poem. Read it together, then answer the questions and watch as your child's creativity and writing skills blossom!
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Rhyming Words Worksheet PDF
Rhyming Words Worksheet PDF

Rhyming Words Rhyming Worksheet

This worksheet is great for honing pre-reading skills. It helps kids make connections between pictures and written words, use problem-solving, and recognize sounds and words that rhyme. Have fun exploring rhyming words with your child, and they'll be rhyming in no time!
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Free Rhyming Pairs Worksheet
Free Rhyming Pairs Worksheet

Rhyming Pairs Worksheet

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Picture Rhymes Printable
Picture Rhymes Printable

First Words: Picture Rhymes Worksheet

Rhyming helps kids understand language, read and write better. This printable worksheet boosts problem-solving and cognitive skills with vibrant pictures. It teaches kids to identify words, recognize rhymes, complete mental tasks and write words. An extra activity: show them how rhyming words share some of the same letters.
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Rhyming Words Worksheet for Kindergarten
Rhyming Words Worksheet for Kindergarten

Time to Rhyme Rhyming Worksheet

This worksheet helps kids learn catchy sayings with rhymes, notice words and sounds that rhyme, and use problem solving to solve expressions. By using these expressions in everyday talk, kids gain the repetition needed to internalize the skills they've learned. Check out our nursery rhymes to further support them!
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Rhyming Check Worksheet
Rhyming Check Worksheet

Rhyming Check Worksheet

Help your child read the words on each leaf of a worksheet. Make sure they know that spellings can be misleading and tricky. When finished, ask them to identify the leaves with three rhyming words. This exercise helps their pronunciation skills and encourages critical thinking.
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Normal Rhyming Words at ages 7-9 are crucial for children's language and literacy development. During these formative years, children are building the fundamental skills needed for reading and writing. Introducing and emphasizing rhyming words helps improve their phonemic awareness, which is the ability to hear, identify, and play with individual sounds in spoken words. This skill is essential for learning how words are constructed and how to decode new words.

Moreover, rhyming enhances children's memory and recall. The patterns created by rhymes allow children to remember vocabulary and concepts more easily. This is especially important in early education when reinforcing instructional content through engaging methods can make a significant difference in retention.

For teachers and parents, using rhymes also makes learning more enjoyable. When children have fun with language, their motivation and enthusiasm for literacy increase. Engaging in rhyming activities like poems, songs, and word games can help promote a lifelong love for reading.

Furthermore, cultivating a strong base with rhyming words facilitates the development of other language skills, such as spelling, pronunciation, and creative writing. For these reasons, paying attention to rhyming word activities is a fun, multifaceted, and effective method for enhancing early literacy and language proficiency.