Today I’m sharing another free rhyming game to use with your budding rhymers. This is a great follow up to our super simple rhyming game, which you can find here.
To play, simply take turns drawing a card to move one or two spaces around the board. Then name the picture and a rhyming word.
Remember that the goal of this game is to test rhyming ability, not vocabulary. So nonsense words are just fine!
For example, if my daughter landed on saw and said haw for a rhyming word, that’s a correct answer.
My daughter is 3 years, 9 months, and this game was perfect for her. Here’s why:
- It uses easily recognized pictures, so there’s no guessing game when she lands on a space.
- We used dot cards of 1-2 dots instead of a die, since she isn’t comfortable with a 6-sided die yet.
- The game is short.
- The game comes in two versions, so there’s a lot of opportunity for practice.
- The game builds off our simpler rhyming game, which really helped rhyming “click” for my daughter. (That simpler game is a good place to start if your learner is still working at generating rhymes on his/her own.)
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