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Rhyming with Dr. Seuss
      By Mrs. Sayeg
     What is a rhyme?
• One of two or more words that sound
  the same.
• For more definitions for rhyme look
  at the following web page:
  – http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/rhyme
         Examples of
        Rhyming Words
• Bat and Mat



• Pan and Fan



• Dog and Hog

      To see more examples
           click here.
    Where can rhymes be
    found in literature?
•   Poetry
•   Prose
•   Children’s Stories
•   Dr. Seuss Books



                                                         www.planetpsych.com
     http://members.aol.com/smargolin/ryan/onefish.htm                         www.everypicture.com
    Do you know what
 rhyming words are now?
• If you think you do click on the test
  booklet below to find out.
                      Works Cited
•   Merriam-Webster Online
     –   http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/rhyme
     –   Definition for rhyme.
•   Rocky Point PARP
     –   http://www.rpparp.devisland.net/becky/forparents.htm
     –   Picture-Dr. Seuss
•   One Fish Two Fish
     –   http://members.aol.com/smaraolin/rvan/onefish.htm
     –   Picture-One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Book Cover
•   Planet Psych
     –   www.planetpsych.com
     –   Picture-Cat in the Hat Book Cover
•   Every Picture
     –   www.everypicture.com
     –   Picture-The Lorax (Book Cover)
•   Intel Teach to the Future
     –   Rhyme_slideshow.ppt
     –   Informational Slide Show about Rhyming Words
•   Intel Teach to the Future
     –   Rhyme_assessment.ppt
     –   Assessment Slide Show about Rhyming Words

				
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