Winter Rhymes for Preschoolers

This winter, your young learners can work on rhyming words with this set of winter rhymes for preschoolers. This sorting activity is perfect for beginning readers.

This winter printable for preschool provides ongoing practice with rhyming words. They’ll sort the snowflakes according to whether or not the featured pictures rhyme.

This can be used as an individual learning activity or as group work.

Winter Rhymes for Preschoolers

This winter, give your kids a chance to practice rhyming words with this fun sorting activity. All you’ve got to do to get started is print, laminate, and cut out the cards. Then, you’re all set.

This pack features to sorting mats – one for words that rhyme and one for words that don’t. You could put these at the top of a pocket chart. Or, just place them on a table or floor for sorting. These would be great on a magnet board or fridge, as well, with magnets on the back.

This winter, your young learners can work on rhyming words with this set of winter rhymes for preschoolers. This sorting activity is perfect for beginning readers. 

There are 30 sorting cards. Half of them have rhyming words. The other half feature images that don’t rhyme.

Kids will say the name of each image on the card. If they rhyme (glue and blue), they’ll place them under the “rhymes” sorting mat. If they don’t rhyme (duck and bear), they’ll place the card under the “does not rhyme” sorting mat.

For more rhyming practice, you might want to check out this robot-themed rhyming words game or this set of rhyming clip cards.  Both of these free preschool printables will give your little ones additional practice with rhyming words.

How to Teach Rhyming Words

Teaching rhyming words to preschoolers is an important aspect of early literacy education. Developing a strong understanding of rhyming words can enhance a child’s phonetic awareness and lay the groundwork for reading and comprehension skills later on.

Various techniques can be employed to teach rhymes to young learners. Here are a few:

Rhyming Books: Engage your little ones with books that incorporate rhymes. Children’s authors like Dr. Seuss are excellent at using catchy and memorable rhymes. Discuss the rhymes you find, and encourage your child to listen for and identify more examples.

Rhyming Songs and Poems: Songs and poems are highly effective ways to introduce rhymes. Preschoolers enjoy music and rhythm, which can make the learning process fun and exciting. Encourage your child to sing along and identify the rhyming words.

Rhyming Games: Interactive games like ‘Rhyme Bingo’ or ‘Rhyme Memory Match’ can be a fun way to reinforce rhyming skills. You can create these games at home with simple materials.

Create Rhymes: Encourage your child to create their own rhymes. This could be during a story, a conversation, or a dedicated rhyming activity. Creating rhymes will help children understand the concept deeply, and it will also stimulate their creativity.

Remember, the goal is to make learning fun and relaxed, so that your child develops a positive association with learning new skills.

Winter Books for Preschoolers

As we embrace the chilly weather and the cozy atmosphere it brings, there’s nothing quite like curling up with your preschooler and a good book. This section provides a treasure trove of winter-themed books perfect for your little ones.

These books celebrate the magic and beauty of winter, sparking imagination and teaching important lessons. Let’s explore this enchanting world of frosty wonder together!

Walking in a Winter Wonderland – The classic and beloved winter holiday song “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” is brought to life with bright and colorful illustrations.

Ten on the Sled – In the land of the midnight sun, all the animals are having fun speeding down the hill on Caribou’s sled. But as they go faster and faster, Seal, Hare, Walrus, and the others all fall off . . . until just the caribou’s left, only and lonely. 

The Biggest Snowman Ever – When the mayor of Mouseville announces the town snowman contest, Clayton and Desmond claim that they will each make the biggest snowman ever. But building a huge snowman alone is hard! They work and work, but their snowmen just aren’t big enough.

Teaching Resources

Download a pattern that includes thirteen winter animals you can make to create a felt winter animal story board for your preschoolers.

Sweet winter wonderland animal memory game. This comes with a set of 18 wood circles featuring different animals in a grey burlap sack.

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