Thursday, 12 March 2015

Books that promote rhyming

This post is the last in the rhyming series. You can read the other two posts
Why is rhyming important ? and Fun Rhyming Activities by clicking on the links.

 As an educator i feel that books add a lot of value to any lesson that one teaches. So after you have finished singing rhyming songs, doing fun activities, its time to get out those books and just have fun reading them aloud to your kids.
There are numerous books on rhyming but i am only going to list my 5 favorite.
This book is a must have for any educator.Your class library will be incomplete without this fantastic book. I use this book at the beginning of the year to recap letter sounds with my kinder kids but my kids love the book so much that it keeps coming out through the year.

Who doesn't love Eric Carle? And any animal book has to be a hit amongst kids. A very simple read , children will enjoy retelling the story using puppets.

I don't have to say anything about this book. All Dr Seuss books are known for their rhyming text. Though a word of caution, this book can be a little long if you have a restless bunch!

This book has great illustrations and will definitely bring a lot of laughter in your classroom. Your young readers are going to have fun reading about the adventure of the Moose on the loose.

This silly story about a woman who loves to wash everything will elicit giggles from your young ones. It is a colorful book with lots of rhyming which you would love to read again and again.

Hope you find the list useful!

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