Ten on the Sled by Kim Norman is a really fun and educational book. But instead of squeezing onto a bed these cold-weather animals pile on and off the sled one at a time. What is wonderful from an educational sense is not just the obvious counting element. But as each animal exists the sled the verb used for each animal begins with the same letter as the animal does. This was fantastic for my son who wanted to sound every animal and verb out.
Add a fun rhyming sing-song text and this is a great option for a holiday gift. One Duck Stuck by Phyllis Root looks like an everyday book, but inside you will find a brilliantly repetitive storyline, that promotes teamwork, and mathematical skills!
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My class was nuts about this book a few years ago and my son has greatly enjoyed it since infancy. Dinosaur Roar! The premise is simple, using 2 different dinosaurs every page illustrates a pair of opposites. My son loves how funny the illustrations are and clearly enjoys the rigidity of the opposite concepts.
Well, I love this book. While it obviously speaks about God, it is not specific about one religion. The text is melodic and the rhymes are fun to read aloud. The illustrations by David Catrow fly off the page and are wonderfully inclusive as well. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? I really like this book because it asks if dinosaurs do all these naughty things. Of course, in the end, the dinosaurs remember their manners and go to bed with hugs and kisses and the lights off!
Gilly is a hard-working garbage man with one task, to clean up Trashy town. Gilly, though after a hard days work cleaning up Trashy town he gets into his bubble bath! My son loves that this big garbage collector has a bath just like him. Super sweet and colorful book that explains garbage collection is a nice way. For more quick tips on helping your child learn to read check out my book; Raising A Rock-Star Reader. It is packed with fun ideas for families, book lists, and advice for parents.
Thanks for this great list. This whole list is full of awesome books. I could read that book all day. Thank you! Have you read Edward the Emu? Very sweet and, hey, it rhymes!prosupsikrecoum.ga
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This is a great list! Zin Zin Violin is one of our favorites. Wish I had held on to it for my first grand baby — I know she would love it! I will have to check some of these out, especially Parts!
We love rhyming. I often will make a couple of simple sight word cards to go with books to help my almost 4 year-old with early phonetic concepts. We play rhyming games all the time. As always, Allison, you share a really valuable book list. Some of these were already know and love, but some are new! Pinning, sharing and adding some new books to my library list! Thanks for this fabulous list. My son-in-law has recently become a fully time Dad and I wanted to surprise him with some books that he and our grand-daughter can share. Rhyming books are so good for the brain — they stick in our heads and create lifetime memories — they do for the 21st century child what poetry did for those gone before, make a connection to the fabulousness of the language and the glory of the spoken word.
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Some I have read and still reread to students. I find it to be a fun and easy to read rhythmic book. The illustrations by Margaret Spencer are fun and expressive. Great book according to year olds. I just found your list while searching for good rhyming picture books to recommend as part of a rhyming picture book critique. You are right — I have added some in but will work on a new list that is more inclusive. When reading these books with your kids take some time to play with the rhymes , not every single on but a few.
Be silly and have fun. When your child corrects you explain that the word means the same thing. Ask them why. Continue reading. Pretending not to know the answer and letting my kids answer for me always gets a good laugh and the lesson sticks as well. I asked my son not to match them up until all were found so that his sister could be part of this step as well. With a three and a half year age gap, the ability gap is big right now and my daughter is very sensitive to her brother doing everything for her.
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Adjust this step to your players. Rhyming is the same last sound. G-old and s-old rhyme. Click the picture to check out that fabulous blog post! These are among this great list of 25 rhyming picture books.
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You may also like these posts. Thanks for some great ideas for new books.