1st Grade - Social Studies

LESSON PROBLEM: How many words can you say that rhyme with rice?


STUDY GUIDE


Have someone read this poem to you.



Cook the rice.

Add some spice.

Cut a slice.

Aren't you nice.

Say that twice.

Aren't you nice.

Aren't you nice.

Wait. You can't slice

Rice!




Can you hear the words that rhyme? Can you hear the words with endings that sound the same?

What are the words in the poem that rhyme?

rice/twice or rice/add?

Rice and twice rhyme. You're right!



rice/spice or rice/say?

Rice and spice rhyme. You're right!



rice/slice or rice/cut?

Rice and slice rhyme. You're right!



rice/nice or rice/cook?

Rice and nice rhyme. You're right!



rice spice slice nice twice



The words rhyme. They all end with the same sound -- "ice."


Can you say other words that rhyme with rice?


Does rat rhyme with rice?

No, the ending doesn't sound the same.



Does dice rhyme with rice?

Yes, the ending sounds the same.



Does duck rhyme with rice?

No, the ending doesn't sound the same.



Does price rhyme with rice?

Yes, the ending sounds the same.



Does lake rhyme with rice?

No, the ending doesn't sound the same.



Does mice rhyme with rice?

Yes, the ending sounds the same.



Listen to the Rice Poem again. Do you hear the rhymes?


rice



spice



slice



nice



twice









ACTIVITIES


Find five words that rhyme with rice!

Circle and write them. Say them out loud.

T S L I C E

F D I C E Z

T W I C E P

Q P N I C E

S P I C E T


Slice Dice Twice Nice Spice






EXTENDED LEARNING

Write words that rhyme.

Draw pictures or write rhyming words.



VOCABULARY

  • rice
  • twice
  • slice
  • spice
  • nice


Click here to play Rice Rampage!
How is Rice Grown:
Farming rice is hard work. Click here to learn more about the Stages of Farming Rice.
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