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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

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

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.

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

meet     feet     street

yes

no

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

shout     shoot     spout

yes

no

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

soup     soap     group

yes

no

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

plate     crate     date

yes

no

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

boat     coat     boot

yes

no

This time there are four words to read. Three of them rhyme but one does not. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

coast     boast     beast     toast

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

train     main     moan     stain

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

night     neat     fight     tight

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

feast     least     last     beast

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

spring     thing     think     string

  • Question 1

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

meet     feet     street

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
They all end in -eet.
  • Question 2

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

shout     shoot     spout

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Shoot' ends in -oot but the other two words end in -out.
  • Question 3

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

soup     soap     group

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Soap' ends in -oap but the other two words end in -oup.
  • Question 4

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

plate     crate     date

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
  • Question 5

Read the words out loud. Do they all rhyme?

 

boat     coat     boot

CORRECT ANSWER
no
EDDIE SAYS
'Boot' ends in -oot but the other two words end in -oat.
  • Question 6

This time there are four words to read. Three of them rhyme but one does not. Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

coast     boast     beast     toast

CORRECT ANSWER
beast
EDDIE SAYS
All the others end in -oast.
  • Question 7

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

train     main     moan     stain

CORRECT ANSWER
moan
EDDIE SAYS
All the others end in -ain.
  • Question 8

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

night     neat     fight     tight

CORRECT ANSWER
neat
EDDIE SAYS
All the others end in -ight.
  • Question 9

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

feast     least     last     beast

CORRECT ANSWER
last
EDDIE SAYS
All the others end in -east.
  • Question 10

Write the odd one out in the answer box.

 

spring     thing     think     string

CORRECT ANSWER
think
EDDIE SAYS
All the others end in -ing.
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