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Riddle Rap pronunciation

Riddle Rap
Objective:
The students will blend onsets and rimes orally to create words.
Materials:
•  None
Lesson:
Review with students that an onset is the first consonant or blend in a word, and the rime
is the last group of sounds beginning with the vowel. Together, the onset and the rime create
a word. Give an example (e.g., in the words cake and bake, /c/ and /b/ are the onsets; /āk/ is
the rime). Explain that when the onset of a word is changed, a new rhyming word is created.Then,
1.  Tell students that they will be given clues to solve a riddle. To solve it, they must
change the onset, but not the rime. Give examples to the group, and have them
call out the answers together (e.g., “It begins with /b/ and rhymes with coat,”
“It begins with /n/ and rhymes with rose,” “It begins with /ch/ and rhymes with
rain”).
2.  Select one student from the group to answer the riddle.
3.  Call out a riddle (“It begins with /m/, and it rhymes with rice”).
4.  Continue the game using different riddles for each student.
Adaptations:
To make the activity more challenging, have the students create and ask their own riddles with
one another.
For English language learners, have picture cards of the answers to assist the students in an-swering the riddles. Be sure to review the concept of “rhyming” in language, and allow students
to offer examples of rhymes in their first language


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