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Hey, Kids, there is a fun cut and paste word-game attached to this post. Click the button and download the file to print. You will need scissors, glue and some blank paper or a craft book to stick words too.
Cut out the words as individual pieces and arrange them in the right order to reveal Dr Seuss rhyme from the infamous storybook, The Lorax.
Rhyme brings rhythm and fun to literacy, and it teaches kids to find the similarities between words. It forms the foundation of literacy and language development by first teaching kids how to say words and memorise them in a pattern.
Rhyme teaches kids how to add inflection, rhythm, and tone to sounds and words, which helps them advance their language and oral skills. Kids that learn to rhyme in their early learning are more likely to have a broader vocabulary and find the transition from verbal learning to reading and writing easier.
Guest Contributor: Emily Rack
Business Name: Horatio’s Jar
Publisher: Digital Schools
Emily Rack is a yoga teacher, meditation instructor, freelance writer and visual content creator. She incorporates a unique creative flair into her yoga and meditation classes, courses and workshops. Emily hosts events and classes in schools and the wider community she is passionate about teaching the art of mindfulness and sharing her knowledge of arts, environment and wellbeing
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