5Approximate rhyme Words that have similar sounds, but not exact rhyme Ex: leave and give
6Eye rhymeWords look like they should rhyme, but they do not rhyme when spokenEx: through and coughEx: bead and dead
7Rhyme scheme The pattern of end rhyme a poem has Designated by letters of the alphabetEx: …..walls a…….calls a…….hands b…….sands b…….falls a
8The Everlasting Light I shine forever free. I do not cost a cent. I need no bulb or battery.My light is permanent.You’ll find me way up in the sky,When each new day’s begun.But do not look me in the eye-I am the shining SUN.
9The Shiny-Faced Friend You’ll find me hanging on the wallLooking back at you.My shiny face is everyplaceFor anyone to view.You see me when you brush your teethAnd when you comb your hair.I try to look just like you do.Forgive me when I stare.A wicked witch once asked of me,“Who’s the fairest of us all?”But I, of course, could never say-I’m just a MIRROR on the wall.
10Riddle RhymesUsing rhymes, create a riddle that is solved in your last lineUse at least 10 linesMark your rhyme schemeGive your riddle rhyme a creative title