Kid Friendly Friday- Easter Egg Rhyming

Rhyming is such an important part in teaching your child to read.  It helps them see spelling patterns within the words and allows them to sound words out.  Here is a fun activity just in time for Easter.  I did this with Ashlyn last year.

Easter Eggs

Use plastic Easter eggs and write one rhyming word on the outside of the egg.  Write rhyming words on slips of paper and put them in a small basket.  Repeat this with as many eggs as you want to use.  I started with three and then continued to add more.  I cut the bottom off of an old egg carton and turned it upside down.  Then I placed the eggs on top. Have your child pick one word at a time from the basket and put them in the correct egg.  I made four rhyming words per egg.  

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Rhyming Easter Eggs

Rhyming is such an important part in teaching your child to read.  It helps them see spelling patterns within the words and allows them to sound words out.  Here is a fun activity just in time for Easter. 

Easter Eggs

Use plastic Easter eggs and write one rhyming word on the outside of the egg.  Write rhyming words on slips of paper and put them in a small basket.  Repeat this with as many eggs as you want to use.  I started with three and then continued to add more.  I cut the bottom off of an old egg carton and turned it upside down.  Then I placed the eggs on top. Have your child pick one word at a time from the basket and put them in the correct egg.  I made four rhyming words per egg.