Lesson Plan

Rhyming Words for Pre-K

Get your students ready to read by practicing rhyming words. Engage your class by introducing families of easily identifiable rhyming words.
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Learning Objectives

Students will be able to identify and say rhyming words with the endings –at, -og and –ish.


(10 minutes)
  • Have your students seated at their desks or on a mat.
  • To motivate and activate your students, tell them that they will be learning about rhyming words, which are words that have the same ending sounds. Ask for examples of words that rhyme. For example, potential discussion questions include: What rhymes with bat? How do you know?
  • Ask your students to identify the pictures that you will show them.
  • Show the students a picture of a fish, a dish, a log, a frog, a dog, a hog, a cat, a hat, and a mat.
  • Have them raise their hands if they know the answers.