Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Fairy tales are terrific,
Dr. Seuss stories make us say "yahoo!"
We especially love rhyming books,
And we think you should too!

OK, so we have some favorite books that cleverly tell a story or teach a lesson through verses of rhyme and perfect poetic rhythm. I think it helps pre-readers start to recognize words because they can guess what the rhyming word is at the end of the sentence. Some don't tell a story OR teach a lesson, but they're simply silly and fun with made up words, like this one:

Other favorites ar our house are:

(how to be creative with what you have)


("Rule number one is don't be disgusting" and when the horse says "botheration!" are favorite parts of this one)


(Non-veggie-loving kids will have fun with this one.)


(Sometimes it's the one that's different than all the rest that's the best one in the end.)


(It's OK to not be able to do everything perfectly.)


We're always on the lookout for more rhyme-o-rama action. What are some of your favorites?

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