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WORKING WITH RHYMING WORDS Camille Williams
PICK THE PICTURE THAT RHYMES WITH THE WORD AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE CLICK THE SUN TO CONTINUE THE QUIZ I/AAAAAAAAA7Q/iwPl3g_1IGo/s400/SunCartoon%2B( 1).jpg
CAT Cartoon_bat_by_Sephiroth6969.jpg /Blue-Flower-icon.png
CORRECT! CAT BAT DON’T FORGET TO CLICK ME!
I’M SORRY, TRY AGAIN! CAT DOES NOT RHYME WITH FLOWER
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CORRECT! TREE BEE
I’M SORRY, TRY AGAIN! TREE DOES NOT RHYME WITH FISH
DOG content/uploads/image/how-to-draw-animals/draw-a- frog/howtodrawafrog-4.jpg
CORRECT! DOG FROG
I’M SORRY, TRY AGAIN! DOG DOES NOT RHYME WITH MONKEY
CORRECT! KING RING
I’M SORRY, TRY AGAIN! KING DOES NOT RHYME WITH EGG
HERE IS A CHART OF THE RHYMING WORDS WE WORKED WITH THIS WORD RHYMESWITH THIS WORD CATBAT TREEBEE DOGFROG KINGRING
TRY AND THINK OF SOME MORE RHYMING WORDS WE CAN WORK WITH! YOU DID GREAT!
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