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Select the Rhyming Word
dog rhymesrhymes with hog house chair Click on the word to hear it again. Click on the picture to make your selection.
boat rhymesrhymes with duck bus coat
bat rhymesrhymes with cow cat rose
king rhymesrhymes with ring fruit bicycle
shell rhymesrhymes with carrots books bell
lock rhymesrhymes with radio sock turtle
kite rhymesrhymes with light car hat
wall rhymesrhymes with horse scissors fall
bear rhymesrhymes with bird ball pear
bug rhymesrhymes with rabbit rug lamp
fan rhymesrhymes with fish van zebra
gate rhymesrhymes with camel crayons plate
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