Games are my favorite way to teach little learners. When they don’t even realize they are learning but having fun, I’ve done my job. I’m sharing with you a fun Free Printable Rhyming Game I Have Who Has, that can be played as a whole class or with as few as 2 players.
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Before I share the game with you. I wanted to share some of our favorite rhyming videos. Rhyming can sometimes be a difficult skill for some little learners and these videos help make it fun.
In this fun song, Rocco loves rhyming words and he gives lots of examples of rhyming words. Rocco gives 2 rhyming words at the beginning of this song and in the end, Rocco will give the first rhyming word and the students fill in the other rhyming word.
This is a fun one to get the kiddos up and moving. When they hear words that rhyme they exercise and when they don’t rhyme they freeze!
And this is another fun one by Jack Harmann. He plays a rhyming game with the kids and gets them moving by sitting and standing when they hear words that rhyme.
Free Printable Rhyming I Have Who Has Game
And now onto our rhyming game! To prep the game, you’ll just need to download the cards below, and cut and laminate them for durability.
To play as a whole class – there are 30 rhyming cards in all. If you have less than 30 students, you’ll need to play the remaining cards and distribute them out so that some students will have more than one. Choose a student to start and they will ask the class who has a word that rhymes with the bottom picture on their card. For example, Who has a word that rhymes with
To play as a small group or 2 players. You’ll play the same way as above but will need to deal out each of the cards in the deck. This makes it really fun to look through your pile to try to see if you have the word that rhymes or not.
You can download the free printable below.
If you’re looking for more fun rhyming activities, your class will love playing rhyming bingo!
Or this rhyming spin and cover game, perfect for small groups or centers!
What are some other fun ways you like to review rhyming words?
See you next time!