Rhyming Words - I have...Who has? Game

Still creating some literacy games - RHYME is a fundamental skill students must master when learning to read!! Here is another "I have...Who has?" game.

You can get these here!



20 comments:

  1. I always have students who have difficulty with rhyming & this is a great resource to have. Thank you so much for sharing! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. Adorable! Thanks for sharing! I love the idea of this game and how many different variations of it you can play.

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  3. Kimberlee,
    You are always so generous in sharing your hard work. Thank you! I took a look at the game and was stumped by one picture set. There was a picture that I would call "dog" and the next picture was a baseball "cap". What were the words that you were thinking of?

    Donna W.

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  4. thank you DOnna for pointing that out... I made the card, it somehow didn't get on there...LOL!! It is now at the end of the set:) THANKS!!!

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  5. Thank you!! Your products are wonderful!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  6. Thank you! These are great. I have question for you, how do you create power points that have some editable text boxes (like your teacher binder)?

    -Becky
    Lesson plans & Lattes

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  7. I would like to download the rhyming game, but it won't let me.

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  8. I just checked on it & the download is working - it may be some setting on your computer?? so sorry..

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  9. Thanks for this nice cards - would it be possible to get the original doc. so that I could transform it into german language?

    greetings from Austria
    christine

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  10. Thank you so much for the great resource!! You have the best ideas!

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  11. I am so glad I found you blog! I just everything on the first page and going to spend time looking. Thank you for making your stuff free! It's great stuff and you deserve to hear a THANK YOU from every person who uses it!

    Tracey
    http://www.our-cool-school.blogspot.com

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  12. awwe... you all are so sweet with your comments - means so much to me:):) hope you all have a wonderful school year!

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  13. I just came across your blog and it is wonderful! Thank you for sharing! I cannot wait to use these with my students!

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  14. I love these games that you have created and I have printed all of them. Can you please explain the different ways to use them? Did you create these to use in a whole group setting? Thanks for sharing your work!! It is greatly appreciated!

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  15. you all are most welcome - I use these in small groups - I pass them out & then we take turns asking.. If I come up with something else, I will let you know:)

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  16. ok, thanks a bunch! So each student would have more than one card in his or her hand, correct??

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  17. Thanks SO much for all of your wonderful activities & resources! On Pinterest there are Fry Sight Word sheets of yours, but I can't find them anywhere on your website. Do you know where I could get them. Thanks!

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  18. It's kschultz@brookcntr.k12.mn.us. Thanks again so much for everything! Hope you're having a good school year! :)

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  19. This looks like a really good rhyming game. Which card do you start the game with?

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