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Rhyming Sounds 4

In this worksheet, students practise identifying words that rhyme even though they have different spelling patterns.

'Rhyming Sounds 4' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:  Phonological Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Words rhyme with each other if their endings sound the same. They do not have to be spelt the same way.

Hear rhymes with beer.

Sty rhymes with pie.

Toe rhymes with slow.

 

Sometimes words do not rhyme even though they are spelt in the same way.

For example, great and cheat both end in -eat, but if you say them out loud you will hear that they don't rhyme.

Read this word out loud.

 

train

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with train except one. Tick the odd one out.

plane

main

spin

lane

drain

Read this word out loud.

 

sky

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with sky except one. Tick the odd one out.

rely

my

tie

buy

puppy

Read this word out loud.

 

where

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with where except one. Tick the odd one out.

there

here

stare

chair

bare

Read this word out loud.

 

shoe

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with shoe except one. Tick the odd one out.

chew

blue

toe

flew

glue

Read this word out loud.

 

bead

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with bead except one. Tick the odd one out.

need

feed

seed

bread

weed

All the words in this list end in -ow but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

throw

snow

cow

blow

know

All the words in this list end in -ear but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

near

dear

clear

bear

fear

All the words in this list end in -ea but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

sea

flea

idea

tea

pea

All the words in this list end in -ine but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

airline

mine

engine

sunshine

wine

All the words in this list end in -all but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

small

shall

fall

wall

hall

  • Question 1

Read this word out loud.

 

train

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with train except one. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
spin
  • Question 2

Read this word out loud.

 

sky

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with sky except one. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
puppy
  • Question 3

Read this word out loud.

 

where

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with where except one. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
here
  • Question 4

Read this word out loud.

 

shoe

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with shoe except one. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
toe
  • Question 5

Read this word out loud.

 

bead

 

All of the words in the list rhyme with bead except one. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
bread
  • Question 6

All the words in this list end in -ow but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
cow
  • Question 7

All the words in this list end in -ear but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
bear
  • Question 8

All the words in this list end in -ea but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
idea
  • Question 9

All the words in this list end in -ine but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
engine
  • Question 10

All the words in this list end in -all but one of them doesn't rhyme with the others. Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
shall
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