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Rhyming Sounds 2

In this worksheet, students read strings of words with adjacent consonants and long vowel sounds, and decide whether or not they rhyme.

'Rhyming Sounds 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Phonological Awareness

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Worksheet Overview

If words rhyme with each other it means that the ends of the words sound the same.

 

vest, west, chest 

These words rhyme because they all end in -est.

 

In the next group of words there is an odd one out. Can you spot it?

 

peach, beach, bunch 

The odd one out is bunch because it ends in -unch instead of -each.

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