Rhymes in Poems Worksheet

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Poems are beautiful pieces of literature that can be in rhyming lines or unrhymed lines. Poems for children; however, are usually written in rhyming lines to help the little ones understand and remember the lines better. The poem in this worksheet is simple and rhyming; talking about sheep. Read the poem carefully aloud to your kids, and make sure they are paying good attention to the rhyming words. At the end of the poem, ask your kids to circle the words among the options which rhyme in each row.


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Grade 2

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