Rhyming is a critical precursor to reading, and because research continues to show that kids who struggle rhyming also struggle with reading, it’s important that kids get plenty of practice with this vital skill.
If you’re looking for more ways your child can practice with rhymes, then you’ve come to the right place! Your child will practice this important skill while they enjoy adorably vibrant pictures on this rhyming pairs worksheet. Free printable worksheets like this one are a great way for your child to get some extra practice.
Just like all our worksheets, on this one you’ll find:
• Clear and simple directions
• Engaging, colorful images to delight your child
• Just enough practice to keep your child’s attention.
Your child will work on:
• Logical reasoning skills
• Problem solving skills
• Making connections between words and their pictures
• Practice reading common words
• Recognizing which words and sounds rhyme, and which do not.
Rhyming is such an important skill for preschoolers because the knowledge of words and their sounds are important for kids as they learn to decode the sounds in words they read. Learning rhyming words and pairs can help your child build an awareness of words and their sounds, building a toolbox they can use as they begin to read. Print this worksheet today for valuable rhyming practice!