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Rhyming Tic-Tac-Toe in pronunciation

Rhyming Tic-Tac-Toe
 Objective:
Given a word, students will provide additional words that rhyme.
Materials:
•  A dry-erase board, with tic-tac-toe spaces filled with target words or pictures of
target words
•  A dry-erase marker and eraser
Lesson:
If the group consists of more than two students, put the students into two teams, one for X
and one for O.
1.  The first student or team picks the square on the board where they would like to
put an X or O.
2.  One student from that team reads the word in that square, then tells a word that
rhymes. (For example, if the student picks the center space that says ten, he or she
would read ten out loud, then give a rhyming word for it, e.g., men, hen, then, etc.)
The teacher decides whether acceptable rhyming words include real words and/or
nonsense words.
3.  If the word given rhymes with the game board word, then that student or team
places an X or O in that square. If it does not rhyme, then nothing on the board is
changed.
4.  The next student or team takes a turn.
5.  Continue steps 2 through 4 until one student or team gets “tic-tac-toe,” or until
the board is full.
Adaptations:
To have students attend to word patterns rather than rhyming, ask them to provide a word
with the same pattern, and conduct this activity during a Word Analysis lesson.
To make the game more challenging, fill the board spaces with words that are relatively new or
have a tricky pattern, and have the students read the word correctly, rather than rhyming, to
win that space on the board.
For English language learners, place word cards with pictures in the board spaces to reinforce
vocabulary.

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