Rhyming Leaves Match-Up Freebie is a quick, hands-on activity to get your students learning and having fun! This free printable is perfect for pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.
Rhyming Leaves Match-Up Freebie comes with 15 different rhyming cards and pieces. Each vowel has three different examples for students to match-up.
Getting Rhyming Leaves Match-Up Freebie Ready
Getting this free printable ready is easy. First, print on cardstock and laminate. This allows the center to be used year after year.
Then you can use a paper cutter to quickly trim the pieces. After that, you are ready to go!
Doing Rhyming Leaves Match-Up Freebie Printable
Students will start the activity by stacking the rhyming tree cards in a pile and placing all the leaf pieces on a table or the floor.
They will then pick a tree rhyming card. This student chose a tree card with a “wig” on it.
Students will then sort through all of the leaves looking for pictures that rhyme with the tree card. The first card this student found was a leaf with “dig”.
Once the tree has three rhyming leaves on it, the match-up is completed.
They can place the match-up to the side and repeat the steps above until all tree cards have been completed.
If you feel like your students would be overwhelmed with all of the pieces to this puzzle, start small. Students can initially match-up one leaf to each tree. Once those are mastered, you can add another leaf and so on.
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Hi! I can’t get this link to work. I love the rhyming activity. Just what I needed for my small groups.
I’m so sorry there’s an issue with the download. Feel free to send me an email and I’ll be glad to send you the freebie!
When I check the grade I teach, the page freezes.
I love that this is all pictures, no print!
Hi Allison, I’ve emailed the printable to you. Jennifer
I am super bummed this link isn’t working! Is there anyway you could email it to me?
Hi there Ashley, to get this download scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “click here to download” button. It’s working now, there may have been a glitch earlier. Let me know if you’re still having trouble getting it 🙂
Also, the download will be sent to your email. If you have gmail it may go to spam, promotions or other folders.
Hi Jennifer I am struggling with where to place the card that shows a car with a glob of mud behind it. Is that picture a ‘bog’? and also the picture of the dog eating a bowl of dog food….and for the pen tip tree I have 4 matching; hip, ship, lip, dip. Help!!!
Hi there Kim, thank you so much for reaching out – these can be a bit tricky sometimes! For the car, is it the one with the smog that goes with the log? For the dog at the dog bowl – that is fed and goes with wed. For the pen, the pictures that go with this are – hen, ten (10 apples in the pic), den. For the sharp point, it’s pointing at the tip. This matches up with the lip, hip, and dip. The “ship” would go with the hug and be a tugboat shortened name tug. Hope this helps 🙂
Hi, i cant find the download iink! My class is learning about rhyming this month and this could really comes in handy! is there any way you could email to me? Much appreciated!:)
Hi there Von, the link to download is at the bottom of the page. You’ll see a big button that says download here! Hope your class enjoys it.
The rhyming download is not working. Can you email it to me? thanks
I am unable to download. your fun rhyming freebie. Can you email it? Thank you!
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