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Onset and Rime

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Paisley Krach

on 30 December 2015

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Transcript of Onset and Rime

Onset
The
onset
is the
initial phonological
unit of any word.
For example, the '
C
' in '
C
at' would be the
onset
.
What would be the onset in the word 'Sing'?
What would be the onset in the word 'Hot'?
How about 'Sting'? (Careful)
Now lets practice!
Circle the
onset
in these words...
Now lets practice some MORE!
Circle the
rime
in these words...
Circle the pairs that
rhyme
?
Hint: Which words have
different onsets
,
but the
same rimes
?
Rime
The
rime
refers to the string of letters that follow after the onset,
usually the vowel and final consonant.
For example, the '
at
' in the word 'C
at
' would be the rime.
What would be the rime in the word 'Back'?
What would be the rime in the word 'Night'?
Onset and Rime
Ring
Jump
Pink
Slick
Dock
Yell
Flame
Train
Jug
Name
Twice
Meat
Pale
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