Think of a three- to four-letter-word and say it aloud. Ask your tot to think of a word that sounds like it. When he’s done giving you rhyming words, ask him to think of a new word for you this time.
As a new “challenge,” see how many rhymes you can think of for just one word. Brain research says: Rhyming practice helps children listen and hear the little sounds that make up words. SOURCES:
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