Use these free printable books to practice beginning sounds, introduce rhyming words, and reinforce sight words. Interactive rhyming books are a great addition to your classroom library.
Today I have a free printable rhyming activity for you. I sell a set of interactive rhyming books in my store. This -at word family book is part of the set, but you can get it here for free. The free printable includes interactive rhyming books in both full color and black and white.
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How to Assemble the Interactive Books
When you print the book, you will see that you need to do just a little bit of cutting. Each book contains a cover page and three additional pages. The cover and two of the pages need to be cut so that they are not as wide as the last page. Don’t worry, there are dotted lines to help you out with the cutting. Each book also includes three beginning letter cards that need to be cut out too.
You may want to laminate everything so that your book will be more durable. Place all the pages in order (the wide page goes on the bottom) and bind them together on the left side. You can use a binding machine…..but if you don’t have one staples will work well too.
Add hook and loop tape to the three squares on the back page and to the squares on each individual page. Finally, add hook and loop tape to the back of the letter cards. Kids should be able to attach the letter cards to the squares.
Using the Books
Use the books for literacy activities to work on a variety of concepts.
When completed, kids can select the correct letter to complete the CVC word on each page. The books provide practice with beginning sounds and will help your kids understand rhyming. The simple text on each page will also reinforce sight words.
Download the Printable Books
Are you ready to assemble a rhyming book for your kids? The free printable is available at my TPT store. To find it, just click on the link below:
I hope that your kids enjoy building words with this activity. If you like these printable books, be sure the check out the full 17 book set in my store. To check out additional rhyming and beginning sound resources in my store, click on the images below.
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