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Monday, March 14, 2016

Onset and Rime Activities

Onset and rime activities help children listen to and identify word parts. Children learn that changing the onset of a word changes the word.  These activities will also assist children in decoding new words.
Say the word for each picture: rat, flat, cat, mat, sat, and hat. Have children make these words by choosing the correct onsets.
Different onsets and rime
Say the word for each picture: ball, tall, wall, ball, hall, and small. Have children make these words by choosing the correct onsets.
Read each sentence with children.  Next, have children highlight /at/ rime words.

Read each sentence with children.  Next, have children highlight /all/ rime words.
Make a Spin Wheel - have children practice matching the correct onset to make the word that represents each picture.





Completed Examples



Circle the Correct Upper and Lowercase Letters within Each Letter

The video extends this lesson to show onset and rime examples for all short and long vowels





















1 comment:

  1. The student I'm helping is early emergent literate. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much for sharing.

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