A crime has happened! Each time the thief commits another crime, the stolen item gets replaced with a rhyming item.
This fun caper introduces young readers into the world of rhyme.
But what happens when the thief comes across a word that doesn’t rhyme with another word? Will the thief get caught?
This book promotes imagination, creativity and humor.
TITLE: Rhyme Crime
AUTHOR: Jon Burgerman
ILLUSTRATOR: Jon Burgerman
PUBLISHER: Dial Books for Young Readers, 2018
AGE GROUP: 4-7
CREATIVE COMPONENTS: imagination, creativity, humor
1) Create two scenes that could be added to this story. Create a character that wears a coat. Think of words that rhyme with coat. Choose one of the words to replace coat. Draw the new scene with your new word.
2) Make a list of things that you might find in a school backpack. Next to each word, write a rhyming word. Give your list of rhyming words to a partner and have him or her guess what the original item was.
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