Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Above and Below FREEBIE and Rhyming Words

So, as I was working with one of my summer school kindergartners, I realized he had NO CLUE what above or below meant. WHAT?!  I spent quite a while working on this with my kindergartners with hand motions, games, etc.

Since I was SO BRILLIANT and took ALL of my FILES home, I needed to create a quick worksheet. I didn't have a lot of time to find one I liked online. I found some plain, boring ones. Yuck.

SOOOOOOOO.... here's what I made!  One for you, too!

Visit my TpT store HERE to download it!

I also realized some of my 2nd graders didn't really understand how to find RHYMING WORDS! What is going on?! I know that is a kindergarten skill!

I'm sure I'll be whipping up some sort of rhyming activity today as well! AH!



These will be on my TpT store soon!

I will have my kids color them and cut out each square individually. Then they'll scramble them up, match them up, and then glue them on a large sheet of manilla paper!

There's also this worksheet to go along with it!

Also will be added to my TpT store soon!

Have a lovely evening!


  1. Wish my teachers at Butler made worksheets like that...

  2. Some kiddos cannot hear rhyming words and I feel like beating my head against the wall at times trying to teach them!

    Your *freebies* look great.

    I have some rhyming *freebies* if you want to come grab them. We do rhyming words ALL. YEAR. LONG. My kiddos love the one that is a song. =)

    Heather's Heart

    1. Thank you, Heather! I will definitely be grabbing them! I just LOVE new ideas!

  3. I just posted lots of *freebies*...some of them are rhyming activities and one helps with the TPRI if your district gives that. Where in Texas do you teach?

    Heather's Heart

  4. Heather, your stuff is really great! Thanks for the freebies!! I teach in Arlington. How about you?