5 Rhyming Worksheets: Can You Guess the Rhyme?

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Last Updated: May 22, 2018

5 Rhyming Worksheets for Similar Sounding Words

Anyone who is learning to speak, read and listen in English knows how important vocabulary and pronunciation can be.

Whether you focus on syllable segmentation or if you target mouth anatomy, this list of rhyming worksheets can help put the concepts into practice.

Besides, how cool would it be if you could rhyme like your favorite musicians or poets? And really, some of the greatest story tellers use rhyming all the time in their books.

So let’s practice with these 5 rhyming worksheets. And all are ready to print and free to use.

1 Pass the Ball

In this activity, students have to think of as many rhyming words. First, the teacher starts the music and someone starts with a ball. When they come up with a word, they pass the ball to another student. This process continues but they can’t repeat something that has already been said. When the music stops, it’s the end of the game.

Pass the Ball Talking Timebomb Vocabulary Worksheet

2 Rhyme Time

Bring out your stopwatch. In groups, get your students to think of as many rhymes as possible. The group with the most rhymes wins.

Rhyme Time 07 Rhyme Time Worksheet

3 Picture Rhymes

This is one of the funnest ESL worksheets in here. Not only does it helps students practice pronunciation, but they also learn to rhyme. Each picture is a rhyme, what is it?
Picture Rhymes 08 Picture Rhymes Worksheet

4 Roses are Red

Who knew rhymes could be so much fun? Finish the rhyme from the classic poem “Roses are red, violets are blue…”. I love Valentine’s day and so will your kids with this ESL activity sheet.

Roses are Red 32 Valentines Day

5 Rhyming Word Search

One of the tougher rhyming worksheets, where students have to find rhyming words in the puzzle. The rhyming syllable is underlined to help.

Rhyming Word Search Puzzle Rhyming Word Search Puzzle

Can you find the rhyming words?

In these 5 rhyming worksheets, you’ve learned to match similar sounding words.

If you can’t think of a word, just make one up as long as it had the rhyme in it.

We’ve found rhyme to work well in Kindergarten classes, but can really with for any age group.

Do you have any rhyming activities? Please let us know with a comment below.

All of our worksheets are free to use for any purpose and ready to print for your classroom.

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