Roll and Rhyme to Win Game
11/04/2018 by Shakara Hill 4 Comments
Rhyming can be a difficult skill for children to learn but with practice and repetition, it becomes a breeze. One of my favorite rhyming activities is a game that I created for group called Roll and Rhyme to Win.
What you’ll need to play:
- Each player needs their own board
- Each player needs 10 cubes
- Two dice with rhyming pictures
How to play:
The game is designed for 2-3 people. The goal is for a player to fill up their board first from rolling a pair of rhyming words. Each player will take turns rolling the dice attempting to roll a rhyming pair (two words that rhyme). When players roll a rhyming pair, they will place a cube on their game board. Players will continue to do this until one player has filled up their game board first!
Download the Roll and Rhyme to Win Template
I attended the Literacy By the Sea Training last month. It’s not the same without you…ENERGY!
Aww Dee! You are just too kind! It was a pleasure being able to make the trainings memorable and full of energy for all my GA Pre-K family! 💕 Don’t worry I am working on things so you can still have access to me and my energy! 😉
I agree with Dee, I miss having training with you!! You are going to get tired of hearing from me, but I downloaded your roll and rhyme game. When I printed off the page with the cube pictures, all of the pictures except for the phone have black around each picture. I am so sorry to tell you because I know how extremely busy you are. I absolutely love all of your activities.
Aww! I miss seeing you and Dee in training too! I’ll never get tired of hearing from you! I checked on the printable you mentioned but when I printed the pictures they all had the black border around them. Check your email and let me know! Thanks for the continued support. I look forward to continuing to provide you with quality resources!