Rhyming Words Worksheets

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Prepare children to rhyme cum laude with our free, printable rhyming words worksheets! A key technique that helps boost emergent literacy, rhyming makes it easy for kids to learn about word families such as frog, dog, fog, and log. Teach young students the sound of the language with fun exercises like identifying rhyming words, completing sentences with rhyming words, choosing colors that rhyme with pictures, and more. Give the youngster stacks of practice to improve their phonemic and phonological awareness with our rhyming words worksheet pdfs!

Our rhyming words worksheets are most recommended for kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3.

CCSS: RF.K.2.A

Matching Rhyming Pictures

The young maestros in 1st grade and 2nd grade must keep rhyming words top of their minds if they want to excel in reading! Let them match the pictures on the left to their rhyming partners on the right. It's time they started rhyming to their heart's content!

Matching Rhyming Pictures

Coloring Leaves That Contain Rhyming Words

Take a charming flight of rhyming with this cute leaves-themed rhyming words worksheet, where kids color the leaves that contain rhyming words. Gift young students in 3rd grade a treasure chest of words that follow a pattern like fill/bill and toffee/coffee.

Coloring Leaves That Contain Rhyming Words

Choosing Colors That Rhyme with Pictures

Spend lots of time bettering your rhyme, for it gives words a lovely chime! In this part of our pdf rhyming words worksheets, the flourishing rhyme scholars in kindergarten and grade 1 figure out which colors rhyme with the pictures.

Choosing Colors That Rhyme with Pictures

Writing Rhyming Words

A rhyme occurs when there's a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words. Prove that your rhyming skills are as flawless as your peers' by writing three rhyming words for each word in this printable worksheet.

Writing Rhyming Words

Completing Sentences with Rhyming Words

A key tool that helps grade 2 and grade 3 children make strides in their phonemic practice, rhyming ought to be mastered early on. Focus on the underlined word. Use the apt word from parentheses so the sentence is completed with a rhyming word.

Completing Sentences with Rhyming Words