As my regular readers know, my girls love match games!
I have a variety of styles here at Mama’s Learning Corner and I’m thrilled to share with you the newest edition: Rhyming Picture Cards!
My 5-year-old is still a very beginning reader and my almost 4-year-old is still working on letter sounds and phonemic awareness.
Rhyming picture cards are something both of them can benefit from!
How to Assemble and Use Rhyming Picture Cards
In this printable set, you’ll find two sets of rhyming picture cards: 1 set has the words at the bottom of each picture and 1 set is pictures only.
Note that this set is in color only. If you want to print black and white, simply choose the gray scale option on your printer.
After printing your desired set (with or without words), laminate for longer durability.
Then cut apart on the gray lines.
Now the fun begins!
Here are a few options for play:
- Lay out cards, face up, one at a time. As soon as your child finds a rhyming match, take out that pair and continue to lay out cards until the deck is finished.
- Place cards on table, face down. Play as you would a Memory-style game. For younger learners, only play 2-3 pairs at the time. Older learners can play with the whole deck.
- While your child is not in the room, place cards in various spots – on the counter, on the table, taped to the wall, etc. Have your child do a scavenger hunt of rhyming words to find all of the pairs! (This game is always a hit at our house!)
- After you find a rhyming pair, take turns brainstorming other words that rhyme with the same sound!
- Play Go Fish-style!
The rhyming words included in this set are: