Find Out the Rhyming Words in the Poem for Class 2 English
This concept will teach the students to find out the rhyming words in the poem with several examples, and common mistakes. It will also guide the student about the different rhyming patterns in poetry.
In this learning concept, the students will learn to:
- Identify rhyming words in English poems.
- Finding out a different way the rhyming words are placed in a poem that rhyme with each other.
Each concept is explained to class 2 English students using examples, illustrations, and concept maps. After you go
through a concept, assess your learning by solving the two printable worksheets given at the end of the page.
Download the rhyming word worksheets and check your answers with the worksheet solutions for the concept Rhyming Words in English provided in PDF format.
Words are said to be rhyming when the final vowel sounds of the words is the same as another word in the poem.
Trouble – Bubble
Sound of ‘ble’ at the end of the both the words.
Rhyming Words in Poems
- We mostly come across rhyming words in poems and nursery rhymes.
- Poems have rhyming words in different patterns.
- In some poems, the first and the second line rhymes with each other, the third and the fourth lines rhyme with each other, and so on.
- Look at the poem above. The word ‘bright’ in the first line rhymes with the word ‘light’ in the second line. And the word ‘shining’ in the third line rhymes with the word ‘smiling’ in the fourth line.
- In some poems, the first and the fourth lines and the second and third lines rhyme with each other.
Look at the poem below. The word ‘sticks’ in the first line rhymes with the word ‘trick’ in the fourth line. And the word ‘stones’ in the second line rhymes with the word ‘bones’ in the third line.
My Lazy Cat
There was a Cat
There was a fat
He couldn't even sit on a mat
In the above poem, the last words of all the three lines rhymes with each other.
In the poem given below, the word ‘land’ in the first line rhymes with the word ‘sand’ in the third line. And the word ‘say’ in the second line rhymes with the word ‘day’ in the fourth line.
'The boy is sitting on the land
There is something he wants to say
He is playing with the sand
He looked at the sea whole day'
‘The Sun looks bright
The sky is full of light
The stars are shining
The moon is smiling.’
‘My pet got me some sticks
And some stones
Instead, I gave him some bones
This is my trick.’
Remember, two lines of a poem are said to rhyme when they come one after another and are connected by both rhythm and rhyme. Don’t get confused, and keep this point in mind while looking for rhyming lines in the poem.
‘I am a little teapot short and stout
Here is my handle and here is my spout’