List of Rhyming Words, List of words that Rhym

List of Rhyming Words, List of words that Rhym

Rhyming words help children remember words more easily. Kids think playing with words is fun, so they stay engaged in learning longer. Rhyme also helps them learn about language.

They learn about word families and how words are put together. Kids also begin learning about the patterns, rhythms, and structure of language through simple rhymes. Help your child succeed in reading by using the following rhyming families. The words are listed from easiest to hardest and in alphabetical order.

ack – back, lack, pack, rack, sack, tack, yak, black, knack, quack, slack, smack, snack, stack, track, whack, attack

ail – bale, fail, hail, mail, male, nail, pail, tale, rail, sail, stale, scale, snail, whale, detail, email

air – air, bare, care, chair, dare, fair, hair, pair, rare, wear, chair, flare, stare, scare, share, spare, square, there, where, aware, beware, compare, declare, despair, prepare, repair, unfair

ake – ache, bake, fake, lake, make, rake, take, brake, break, flake, quake, snake, steak, awake, mistake

all – all, ball, call, doll, hall, fall, tall, crawl, small, baseball, football

an – an, can, fan, man, pan, ran, tan, van, plan, scan, span, began

and – and, band, hand, land, sand, bland, command, demand, expand, stand, understand

ap – cap, gap, map, nap, tap, zap, chap, clap, flap, slap, snap, strap, trap, wrap

ar – are, bar, car, far, jar, tar, star, scar, afar, guitar

at – at, bat, fat, mat, pat, rat, sat, flat, that, splat, combat

ate – ate, date, fate, mate, late, gate, rate, wait, crate, great, plate, skate, slate, state, straight, trait, weight, create

ed – bed, dead, fed, head, led, read, red, said, bread, fled, spread, thread, tread, instead

ell – bell, fell, sell, well, yell, shell, smell, spell, farewell, hotel, motel

en – den, hen, men, pen, ten, glen, then, when, wren, again

et – bet, get, jet, let, met, pet, set, vet, wet, yet, threat, barrette, reset, upset

in – bin, chin, in, pin, tin, grin, thin, twin, skin, begin, within

ing – king, ring, sing, wing, zing, bring, cling, fling, sling, spring, sting, string, swing, thing

it – bit, fit, hit, it, kit, lit, pit, sit, flit, knit, quit, skit, slit, spit, split, admit, commit, permit

ite – bite, kite, bright, fight, fright, knight, night, might, right, tight, white, write, delight, tonight

oh – go, hoe, low, mow, row, sew, toe, blow, crow, dough, flow, know, glow, grow, know, show, slow, snow, stow, though, throw, ago, although, below

ot – cot, dot, got, hot, lot, not, pot, rot, tot, bought, fought, knot, taught, shot, spot, squat, forgot

ound – crowned, found, ground, hound, mound, pound, round, sound, wound, around, surround

oze – bows, hose, nose, rose, toes, blows, flows, froze, grows, those

ub – cub, rub, sub, tub, club, stub, scrub, shrub

un – bun, fun, gun, one, run, son, sun, ton, won, done, none, begun, outdone, undone

Have fun with your child using rhyming words to see how many they can get for each sound.

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