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You'll find everything you need here for a rhyming lesson that appeals to both visual and kinesthetic learners! Place the four picture cards (snake, snail, tree, bat) across the top of a pocket chart. Learners take turns choosing from a face-down stack of picture cards and sort them beneath the word they rhyme with. They practice this skill further by saying each picture's rhyming word already in that column. While this is most easily organized in a pocket chart, it can also be done on any flat surface. There are ideas and materials here for extensions!