Any teacher of young children will tell you that children LOVE to rhyme! Read a Dr. Seuss book and they giggle uncontrollably. Play rhyming games? Yes, please! Rhyming is fun. BUT, it serves an incredibly important purpose as well!!
According to Ann Logsdon, a Learning Disabilities Expert, “The ability to recognize and produce rhyming words is an important phonological awareness skill. Research indicates there is a correlation between phonological awareness and reading ability. Working on rhyming skills is usually part of most programs of reading instruction for that reason.”
My friends at Rhyme to Read want to give away FIVE of their Rhyme to Read Ipad Apps! This fun app is sure to be a hit in your classroom! Here’s a peek at the app in action:
I love that this app has a strong focus on both Word Families/Rhyming Words AND on Sight Words. The Rhyming parts are color coded for easy visual discrimination.
Want to use this app in your classroom? Enter the giveaway below. We’ll be giving away FIVE prizes!
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