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But unlike many other rhyming books, this list of best rhyming books for kids will capture the interest of the school-aged reader- particularly those ages 5-8. The Hungry Thing, by Jane Slepian and Ann Seidler This book and its sequel (The Hungry Thing Returns) are the perfect books to teach rhyming to older children.What are some good examples of rhyming text?
[…] For some excellent examples of rhyming in picture books, read Eric Carl’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, many of Dr. Seuss books, (he wrote over 1000 pages of rhyming text in order to find the . perfect 64 pages worth publishing)and Maurice Sendak’s Chicken Soup With Rice A Book of Months.Why Teach rhyme to children?
Both anecdotal and researched evidence suggests that being familiar with rhyme helps children to detect the small, phonetic components that make up words, and that this detection is an essential skill to learning to read and write. From a young age children can learn to recognise, first aurally and then in print form, that cat sounds like mat.Why are rhyming story books so important?
They instil a sense of rhythm and understanding of how language works and are the best types of text we could ever read to our children. I wanted to share our absolute favourite rhyming story books as there are so many out there and it can be hard to know where to being if you are just starting your own book collection!