Fall Match Up Rhyming Words With Pegs – Free Fine Motor Printable

You are invited to download a new fall printable for young students and preschool children aged 3 – 5. This fall themed resource contains images with rhyming words for matching work. 

Every classroom has children who can benefit from activities that support fine motor development and help them improve eye-hand coordination. This activity will assist your young students in strengthening their finger muscles.

Here is what’s included

  • clip on round poster with fall themed watercolor images
  • round cards with fall themed watercolor images (color) x 10
  • round cards with fall themed watercolor images (black and white) x 10
  • poster with labels
  • tracing strips with rhyming pairs
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The printable contains a round poster clip on card, two sets of matching cards, and a master poster with labels.

Print the pages on cardstock. Gather pegs and a glue gun. Cut round cards (color or black and white) and mount them on the edge of the pegs using a glue gun.

Name all the rhyming pairs and invite the children to clip the images on the correct picture.

Use the labeled poster card for students to self-correct.

Tracing strips – print on cardstock and laminate. Supply an erasable pen. Invite the child to trace the words and color corresponding images. Alternatively, print pages on regular printing paper and invite the child to trace rhyming words. You might also like to cut words and picture and invite the child to match image pairs with he correct labels; then color the images and trace the words.

A cursive version of the printable is available for members as well!

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About Anastasia - Anastasia is an early childhood teacher and the founder of Montessori Nature - a blog about Montessori living and learning and nature-based explorations. With many years of experience working in a Montessori environment and homeschooling her children, she directed her passion for all things Montessori and nature into creating educational resources. You can learn more here and browse her printables on Teachers Pay Teachers.