low table or flat surface
Instructions:1. Collect pairs of rhyming objects ahead of time. Some suggestions are: car/star, mouse/house, book/hook, hat/cat, fish/dish, rose/bows, bug/rug, pin/tin, bee/tree, clown/brown, vase/lace, goat/boat, pot/knot, soap/rope, bear/pear, seed/weed, ring/king, moon/spoon, pan/fan, block/clock, ant/plant, wig/pig, dog/frog, and box/fox.
2. Collect as many pairs of rhyming objects as you have children, plus one or two extra, on a flat surface.
3. Let each child select a pair of rhyming objects. Encourage them to say what the objects are and use them in a sentence.
4. Sing songs that have many rhyming words such as "Down by the Bay," "This Old Man," and "Over in the Meadow."
5. Read a poetry book or rhyme book out loud. Read only the first rhyming word and let the children think of the second rhyming word.