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Carma Sorensen

Student Instructions

Christmas Rhyming

1. Click on the button. 2. Use the tool to put each picture in the box with the thing it rhymes with. 3. Say the names of each rhyming set. 4. Do both pages. 5. Click on the green to save to your journal. Simplify: * If your child is not ready to rhyme, make this a language activity by having them name and talk about the pictures. * Organize the pictures in rhyming groups and then support your child in saying the names so they're exposed to the rhyming sounds. * If your child is non-verbal, you name the pictures and have your child point to the thing you name. Extend: * See if your child can think of other words that rhyme with some of the sets. * Have your child explain why the main picture in each box is a "Christmas" word. (The green ball goes on a Christmas tree. The bow goes on a Christmas present. Santa wears a hat like that, etc.) * Have your child write their name on each page. Learning Potential (Utah Core Standards): ELA 3 yr.2.9: With prompting and support, explore rhyming words in familiar songs/books. ELA 4 yr.2.9: Recognize rhyming words in familiar songs/books (for example, provide rhyming words, show a thumbs up if the words rhyme or thumbs down if the words do not rhyme). ELA 4 yr.1.3: Begin to ask and answer complex questions (for example, who, what, where, when, why, how). ELA 4 yr.3.2: Represent spoken words with written language using letter-like marks and scribbles. ELA 4 yr.3.3: Print some letters of the alphabet, including those in their own name.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Special Education, English Language Arts, English Language Learners
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