Robot Themed Rhyming Words Game for Preschoolers
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Preschool and kindergarten kiddos will enjoy matching rhymes with this free robot-themed rhyming words game for beginning readers!
Rhyming is an important skill for young readers to master. It will help them begin to predict words as they read. This robot-themed rhyming words game features twenty sets of robot rhymes for a total of 40 word cards.
This free preschool printables activity is perfect for beginning readers especially those beginning to sound out CVC words. Each card features an image and its name.
Robot Themed Rhyming Words Game
Robots are so cool! The bleep and bloop and do all sorts of fun things that kids love! So why not incorporate them into your homeschool preschool lessons.
This robot-themed rhyming words game is great for kids who are learning to rhyme, reviewing rhyming words, or even working with CVC words. It’s perfect for homeschoolers and preschool teachers alike.
These robot rhyming cards are great for helping children practice rhymes as well reading CVC words. Homeschool moms and preschool teachers will love how low-prep this activity is. Print, cut, and go!
What You’ll Need
Cardstock • Laminating Pouches • Laminator • Scissors or Paper Cutter
Setting It Up
This rhyming words game is so easy to prep! I recommend printing this game on cardstock and laminating for durability.
Cut the rhyming cards apart (you will end up with 40 separate cards), and you’re all set.
Figure out how many rhymes you want to work on at once. Younger preschoolers may need to focus on 3-5 rhymes at a time. Older preschoolers and kindergarteners can work with all of them at once.
Spread the pieces face up on a flat surface – a table or the floor will do. Have your child choose a robot card, and then search through the remaining cards for its match.
Continue in this manner until all the matches are found.
Once your children have mastered these rhyming cards face up, turn them over for a fun memory-matching game. Have kids take turns choosing two cards at a time looking for a match. If the cards match, the kids keep them and take another turn. If they don’t match, turn them back over and their turn ends.
Great activity for the pre-schoolers. Thanks..!