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Rhyming Sounds 3

In this worksheet, students read strings of words with different spelling patterns and decide whether or not they rhyme.

'Rhyming Sounds 3' 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.

 

These words all rhyme although they have different spelling patterns:

plate, great, wait

 

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.

All these words end in -eep, but do they all rhyme?

 

sheep     sleep     deep

yes

no

All these words end in -ead, but do they all rhyme?

 

bread     bead     thread
yes

no

All these words end in -ow, but do they all rhyme?

 

snow     cow     crow

yes

no

All these words end in -ear, but do they all rhyme?

 

fear     bear     dear

yes

no

All these words end in -oat, but do they all rhyme?

 

stoat     coat     throat

yes

no

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

flew     do     blue     so     you

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

stare     bear     fear     where     chair

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

eight     plate     wait     cheat     straight

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

though     toe     flow     so     now

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

lake     ache     rake     leek     steak

  • Question 1

All these words end in -eep, but do they all rhyme?

 

sheep     sleep     deep

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
  • Question 2

All these words end in -ead, but do they all rhyme?

 

bread     bead     thread
CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Bead' is the odd one out.
  • Question 3

All these words end in -ow, but do they all rhyme?

 

snow     cow     crow

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Cow' is the odd one out.
  • Question 4

All these words end in -ear, but do they all rhyme?

 

fear     bear     dear

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Bear' is the odd one out.
  • Question 5

All these words end in -oat, but do they all rhyme?

 

stoat     coat     throat

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
  • Question 6

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

flew     do     blue     so     you

CORRECT ANSWER
so
  • Question 7

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

stare     bear     fear     where     chair

CORRECT ANSWER
fear
  • Question 8

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

eight     plate     wait     cheat     straight

CORRECT ANSWER
cheat
  • Question 9

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

though     toe     flow     so     now

CORRECT ANSWER
now
  • Question 10

All these words rhyme with each other except one. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

lake     ache     rake     leek     steak

CORRECT ANSWER
leek
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