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Awareness Of Rhyme

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Emily2, May 8, 2017.

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  1. Emily2

    Emily2 New commenter

    Hello I wonder if anyone can help me, I'm struggling to find out how to show children's awareness of rhyme, is there an activity that people of done that's successful?
     
  2. calamansi

    calamansi Lead commenter

    Read them loads and loads of rhymes. Rhyme when you're talking with them. Leave off a rhymes from familiar texts and let the children offer them. Offer amusing alternatives.

    Then ask yourself why such little children need to have an "awareness of rhyme" other than that slowly taken on board over a childhood where such things are just taken on board incidentally.
     
  3. EMANON

    EMANON New commenter

    Have a look at: Two Fat Cows or The Grumpy Crocodile. Excellent rhyming stories
     
  4. Natalie_A89

    Natalie_A89 New commenter

    You can play them audio's of rhymes and see if the recognise it and make the connection? you have it playing on an IWB Pro at the beginning of a lesson.
     
  5. Kartoshka

    Kartoshka Established commenter

    I find this a difficult one, too. We have fun with the song "Willoughy Wallaby Woo" (by Raffi); after they've got the hang of it, I leave off the last word and see who can guess which child the elephant sat on this time. It's great for sending them off the carpet one by one.
     

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