Rhyming Sorting Books
FUN, EDUCATIONAL RHYMING GAME
I am an elementary interventionist, and use these almost daily with my Kindergarten group. I give a pair of boxes to each student and have them say the picture name on the card, say the picture name on their first box, and then say the card picture name again and then say the picture name on their second box. So for example they might say "box, tree; box, socks" so they can hear which two words rhyme. Then as a group we go through each child's box to see if we agree or disagree that the cards in each box rhyme with the box picture. The kids love it and they're getting much better at rhyming!
October 8, 2012
These boxes/cards are thicker and studier than I thought they would be
May 28, 2014
Great for classroom
My students are having a lot of fun with these. We use them for individual practice and whole group circle time activities. Only downside is that only self checking tool requires reading.
March 25, 2014
Helpful educational tool
I have been using these rhyming boxes for over a year in our homeschool. The quality of the boxes and the cards is very good. I really like that there are twelve different rhyme boxes. I can give my daughter different combinations of 3 or 4 boxes each week and have her work on her reading and rhyming skills. The set is neat and visual pleasing without being overstimulating. Great product!
January 24, 2014
This is a good product for children who find it challenging to rhyme words. There are, however, mistakes on two of the boxes. Each has a different word printed on it that does not match the corresponding card on the inside of the box. This might make it confusing to a child when they can't find the matching word.
August 17, 2013
may be difficult for ESL students
This product is for sounding out word families. The problem is that they have included word endings that sound the same but have different spellings (example: bee, key, etc.). This may be difficult for ESL students learning to spell.
September 30, 2012