A concentration style card game that can be used to consolidate students’ knowledge of rhyming words.
Students play a concentration-style game and find pairs of rhyming words. The player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins!
How to make this resource:
- Print out the cards, front and back, on cardboard so that the eggs are displayed on the front and the picture and words are on the back.
- Cut out the 18 cards and store in a ziplock bag or plastic pouch.
This activity is great when used as a reading center activity!
Australian Curriculum alignment
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