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Phonological Awareness Activities

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We're Going on a Leaf Hunt Story Companion

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The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin Story Companion

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Dragons Love Tacos Story Companion

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Snowmen at Night Story Companion

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Giraffes Can't Dance Story Companion

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What is Rhyming?: Start by telling your students that rhyming is when words sound the same at the end. It’s like a musical pattern in language!

Examples: Give them examples of rhyming words they might be familiar with, such as “cat” and “hat,” “dog” and “fog,” or “run” and “fun.” Point out how the ending sounds are alike in each pair.

Reading Rhymes: Read rhyming books or poems aloud to your students. Encourage them to listen carefully to the words and identify when they sound the same at the end of each line. Dr. Seuss books are excellent for this purpose!