Fran’s Freebies: Rhymes Worksheets for PreK-1

This adaptable worksheet packet can be used with preschoolers (if the adult reads the words to the child) all the way to first grade students (more independently).

The 12 pages in this printable packet are a mix of b&w and full color, but can be printed in black and white if preferred. They include:

  • 4 pages of “My Rhymes” — circle the 1 or 2 objects in each row that rhyme with the object in the box
  • 6 pages of “What Rhymes With…? — write the word ending (in bold print) after each beginning sound to make rhyming words
  • 1 page of “Mobile Rhymes” — cross out words that do NOT rhyme with the rest
  • 1 page of “Side to Side” — draw lines to match rhyming words


Sample pages from this packet — click to view larger:

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5 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: Rhymes Worksheets for PreK-1

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you, they are perfect for my classes!!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s perfect for my ESL students as well. Thank you!

  3. Rachel says:

    My Rhymes looks like it’s going to work for my students – adult pre and semi-literate ESL students. I like that it has a label for every item, so they can learn the names, and we can read it out loud. I’ll let you know if I use it. Thanks! Rachel

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