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In this Video on Rhyming Words for Kindergarten

While hiking, Dee and Kala come across a witch who is trying to remember the order of ingredients for her potion. They are all laid out and ready to go, but the spell blew away! All the witch remembers is that the ingredients must go in with their rhyming pair. In this video, Dee and Kala learn about kindergarten rhyming words.

What Are Rhyming Words for Kindergarten?

Let’s learn more about rhyming words (kindergarten) and how to teach rhyming words to kindergarten with the following explanation.

Rhyming Words Definition for Kindergarten

Here is a helpful definition of rhyming words for kindergarten: rhyming words are words that have the same ending sound. An ending sound is the part of the word we hear last.

Examples of Rhyming Words for Kindergarten

When teaching rhyming words to kindergarten, it’s best to start with an example. Let's practice with the word: cat. The word cat ends with the sound ‘at.’ Other words that end the same are hat, bat, and rat. These words all rhyme because their last sound is the same: ‘at’.

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Words like shoe or bird do not rhyme with cat because they all have different ending sounds.

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It can also be useful to show rhyming words for kindergarten with pictures. This helps children with learning rhyming words in kindergarten. In the image below, there are pictures along with the words mug, bug, and net.

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To identify the rhyming pair, first say the words aloud, using the pictures to help, and listen to the ending sounds. The rhyming words are mug and bug because they share the same ending sound: ‘ug.’

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Summary: Rhyming Words Kindergarten

  • Rhyming words are words that have the same ending sound.

  • An ending sound is the part of the word we hear last.

  • We can figure out if words rhyme by listening carefully to see if the final sounds in each word are the same.

Practice Rhyming Words Kindergarten

Have you practiced with a rhyming words kindergarten worksheet yet? On this website, you can find rhyming words worksheets for kindergarten and rhyming words activities for kindergarten.

Transcript Rhyming Words

"Rhyming Words!" Dee and Kala are on a hike when they come across a witch who is trying to remember which ingredients must be paired together in her potion. Everything was ready when the spell blew away! All she remembers about the potion is the ingredients must be added with their rhyming pair. Dee and Kala can help her by finding the ingredients that rhyme! Rhyming words are words that have the same ending sound. An ending sound is the part of the word we hear last. Let's practice with an example first! What is the ending sound you hear in cat? The word cat ends with the sound /at/. So do words like hat, bat, and rat. These words all rhyme because their last sound is the same: /at/. Words like shoe or bird do not rhyme with cat because they all have different ending sounds. Let's look at the ingredients on the witch's table. There is a mug, a bug, and a net. Let's say them again and listen to the ending sounds... mug, bug,net. Do you hear any words that rhyme? The rhyming words are mog and bug because they share the same ending sound: /ugg/. Dee adds the mug and the bug to the pot since they're the rhyming pair. Next, the witch has a net, a clock, and a jet. Let's say the words again together and listen for the rhyming pair: net, clock, jet. Which words rhyme? The rhyming words are net and jet because they share the same ending sound: /et/. Kala tosses in the fish net and the toy jet since they're the next rhyming pair. Look at what's left on the table: a clock, a sock, and a pan. Let's say the words again together and listen for the rhyming pair! Clock, sock, pan. Which of these words rhyme? Clock and sock do because they both end with /ock/. The witch plops them in, but the pan is still left. Let's take a look around, do you see anything that rhymes with pan? Fan rhymes with pan! As Dee adds the last two ingredients, let's remember! Today we learned about rhyming words. Rhyming words are words that have the same ending sound. An ending sound is the part of the word we hear last. We can figure out if words rhyme by listening carefully to see if the final sounds in each word are the same. "Do you think the spell worked?” Kala smirked. “I guess we’ll see, my friend Dee..." "if we start to rhyme....all the time.”