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Rhyme Time (6) - July 18, 2016Lesson Collection #3 - Lesson 18f
Rhyme Time 6 focuses on identifying homonyms (also known as homophones!). This lesson works well with intermediate ability students. Nevertheless, it's sure to be a challenge for even advanced students!
Some of the rhyming words on these cards will be new to many students. This game is a fun way for students to learn new words. Once all the cards are spread out on the table, someone calls out one of the words. The other students compete to find and SLAP all of the words that rhyme.
One group of rhyming words from this set includes praise, prays and preys. Students who SLAP these rhyming words each get a point.
;Those cards are removed from the table and another word called. Eventually, all of the words will be removed and the game is over. The student with the most points is the winner!
For similar style lessons, see:
Rhyme Time 1 (See 18a above)
Rhyme Time 2(See 18b above)
Rhyme Time 3(See 18c above)
Rhyme Time 4(See 18d above)
Rhyme Time 5(See 18e above) -and-
Rhyme Time 7(See 18g below).
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