Rhyming Book

One major skill that kindergarteners work on throughout the year is rhyming. I created this template in Pages for students to use to practice this skill. Each page has a rhyming word with an emoji to match the picture. Under the picture and word, there is a blank white box. This is for the students to write their corresponding rhyming word and draw their own emoji to match that word.


Each page has a different rhyming word and corresponding emoji.
Students had a blast creating their own emojis and writing the words that went along with their pictures. Students could easily take it a step further and record their voice saying the two rhyming words to check their answers.


I had teachers pushed this file out through Schoolwork so they could track the progress of each student in real time.

As an extension, students could create their own rhyming pairs and quiz each other. I have attached the template below.



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Posted on October 14, 2022

Fun idea Andrea! Even older students (and adults) would enjoy this. Great vocabulary builder! Also a good way to generate rhymes for poetry writing.

Posted on October 14, 2022

Oh I love that idea! I didn't think about it being a powerful tool for poetry! Thanks for the idea, Cheryl.

Posted on October 17, 2022

This is such a great template--thanks for sharing not only the file, but also the artifact that shows what a student can create within it!

Posted on November 10, 2022

Thank you for the file! I think I'll add some symbols like draw or text so the students are prompted with what to do in the boxes. SF symbols are my biggest friend when creating files for PK/K students!

Posted on May 31, 2023

This is a great activity. I love how you created the box for students to write the word.

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