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Rhyming Dictionary For Kids
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rhyming dictionary for kids - Scholastic Rhyming
Scholastic Rhyming Dictionary
The new edition of the SCHOLASTIC RHYMING DICTIONARY has been completely redesigned to become a kid-friendly resource for finding that perfect rhyme, whether for poetry, prose, song writing, etc.80%
Organized by vowel sounds and final syllables, this illustrated rhyming dictionary uses its own easy-to-use, accurate pronunciation system. The student writer looks up the ending sound of a word, which is listed alphabetically, and finds a list of matching rhymes ranging from the everyday to the extraordinary to modern slang. The list includes appropriate words with the same ending sound, regardless of the spelling. An introduction includes the basics of listening for rhyme, with emphasis on sounds, stressed syllables, and different spellings of same sounds.
An easy-to-use rhyming dictionary for kids. Large typeface, and a good selection of very playful words. And the sturdy library binding makes it ideal for classroom or backseat rhyming games during long trips.
365 Day 139*
You can’t see it here, but I am reading Richard Scarry Dictionary in this picture. My daughter’s book I got her for having a good report card. What’s funny is how deep, interesting, and seemingly rad most of my photos seem. At least I think they do. But in reality, they are just fleeting moments of time that I happened to capture by myself on a timer with a camera on a tripod. Here is the reality in this picture. I worked my ass off all day. Taking calls, getting shit, and making a living for my family. I picked my kid up from daycare. I spent the entire evening at her “Back to School Spring Night” at her school which consisted of me walking around with her from her classroom to every other classroom she wanted to visit watching her loving life. God how much I love her. Anyway the sun is going down (best time of day to take pictures) and I’m freaking out. Trying to find a spot to take “my photo” of the day. That is when I thought of this particular spot. I thought of it because I got kicked away from it a few weeks back. I was taking a photo near this spot and some piece of shit security guard kicked me out. He told me I wasn’t allowed there. Can you scream more of a reason to go back! Hahhahaha, asshole! You just are feeding me a bone like I’m a dog to go back you underpaid asshole. So yes. Tonight I did. And the small chair I saw against this abandoned trailer with the sun setting against the bay was just the right spot I needed to feed my need for my shot of this day. See that book in my hands? It’s a book for 1st graders. And you know what? I couldn’t think of a more appropriate book to have in my hands at that moment. You know why? I’m not actually READING the fucker. But more importantly, I **should** be reading the fucker. Because my kid loves it, and it goddamn rocks. Out like a trout! Am I a fish? Not so much. I love you ALL!!!!!!! April 23rd, 2009 *=lapse
365 Day 135*
What a beautiful shed. Actually.. no.. wait.. it’s kind of ugly! It’s way old. And it’s definitely falling apart. Personally – I salivate when I see this stuff. Here is the scene. I’m driving in my car with my family, which consists of formally crying (but now sleeping) toddler in the back baby seat and the 1st grader reading Richard Scarry dictionary in the front seat. I’m blaring Gang of Four (which is a 70s/80s post-punk group that rules) and we’re in Sausalito, California (beautiful town). Driving my car, sing away, la la la, kid is reading, other kid sleeping, my car rules, this SONG rules, MY KIDS RULE, I’m all right, but then… BING. I almost came in my holy mothergod pants when I was driving along this fine stretch of road and saw this fucked up shed. You mean ROCK MY WORLD I WANT TO KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU “SHED”. I feel bad even calling it a "shed". Shed? Rhymes with "dead". It seems so dull and plain for something that is seemingly so goddamn rad. I mean look at it. Doesn’t it just scream “PERSONALITY”. I wonder where the guy who made it is. I wonder what it was even used for before I made it into my personal piece of art. Why was it left to rot? And why among all the rest of the natural beauty that surrounded it and the massive amounts of people walking by it did no one else recognize it. For the record, it rules. And so does everything else with age that may seem to be on its last legs. That means it went through life and it’s on life support baby. If I dropped my cigarette in there among the dry leaves I bet it would burn down. And I think I might be the only one on earth who gave a fuck. Well except for all my fellow ghost town huntin' motherfucka’s like me. Keep it real folks. I love you all! Taken April 19th, 2009 Posted April 20th, 2009 *=lapse
rhyming dictionary for kids
Here is an extra-fun vocabulary builder for kids, and a rhyming dictionary they can also use as a spelling aid when they look up words belonging to similar rhyming patterns. Key words are listed alphabetically in extra large type--approximately two-to-four key words per page--each followed by a list of rhyming words. Each page also features humorous, cartoon-style color illustrations that relate to the words. Many illustrations have rhyming captions. For example, a shark bites a chunk from an unhappy fisherman's boat, and the caption reads: "My bite is worse than my bark," said the shark. / "With my teeth I leave my mark!" A section near the back of the book encourages kids to compose their own humorous verse, and explains rules for writing limericks, nonsense nursery rhymes, counting rhymes, rhyming riddles, rapping rhymes, and more. Kids will find hundreds of key words, each accompanied by a full array of rhyming words. A detailed index lists all words and rhymes. Hundreds of color illustrations.