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Rhyming Calendar Routine – “A” rimes

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Rhyme Calendar Routine – “A” rimes

The rhyming calendar routine is one of several resources that support teachers using morning calendar routines to teach writing, phonics, grammar, rhyme and math. This resource is designed to support the modelled and guided word inquiries into words that rhyme.

The words in this resource are all based on common A rimes including ack, ag, ap, ar, at, air/ear/are, ail/ale, ain/ane and ate/aight/eight.

Included in the resource:

  • Ten sets of 5 day cycles with common A rimes/rhymes (Including VCC, VC, VVC, VCV patterns V= Vowel, C- Consonant)
  • Twelve “No school” cards
  • Inquiry cards for the A rimes on the calendar
  • Teacher summary of each week- matching pictures to rhyming words
  • Ideas for how to organize and use the calendar cards in a class morning calendar routine

Other connected resources include

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Rhyming Calendar Routine – “A” rimes

The rhyming calendar routine is one of several resources that support teachers using morning calendar routines to teach writing, phonics, grammar, rhyme and math. This resource is designed to support the modelled and guided word inquiries into words that rhyme.

The words in this resource are all based on common A rimes including ack, ag, ap, ar, at, air/ear/are, ail/ale, ain/ane and ate/aight/eight.

Each five day cycle helps students explore how words can be connected through their ending sound, the rhyme. As the students move through the cycle they will be given the chance to explore where the rhyme in a word is located and if the letter patterns that rhyme have the same or different rhyme.

Included in the resource:

  • Ten sets of 5 day cycles with common A rimes/rhymes (Including VCC, VC, VVC, VCV patterns V= Vowel, C- Consonant)
  • Twelve “No school” cards
  • Inquiry cards for the A rimes on the calendar
  • Teacher summary of each week- matching pictures to rhyming words
  • Ideas for how to organize and use the calendar cards in a class morning calendar routine

Other connected resources include

The sets of words contain words that have both the same and different rimes. Each set rhymes and encourages students to think about the  following understandings needed to become a effective speller

  • People can identify words that rhyme by listening and comparing the end sounds
  • Phonological units that rhyme will contain a vowel and at least one consonant
  • Understand that a letter can represent more than one sound and that a syllable must contain a vowel sound