Write Your Own Poem: Rhyming Word Pattern -end, -ind, -and
In this rhyming verse worksheet, students read 20 words in a chart and color them according to the directions, using a different color for each ending rhyme pattern. Students then answer 10 questions in which they write simple nonsense poetry.
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Write Each Set of Rhyming Words Two Times
An excellent language arts learning exercise is here for your emerging poets. They get to write 10 sets of rhyming words two times each. Then, they must construct four sentences of their own that use combinations of rhyming words. A very...
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