Erase-A-Rhyme

Below are some fun fall themed erase-a-rhymes. They are a great way to target rhyming, following directions, parts of a whole, and vocabulary. To play, the parent draws the complete image on a white board or chalk board. Then read the rhyme line by line, letting your child fill in the missing rhyming word and erase it from the image. An older child could attempt to create their own!

Scarecrow Erase-A-Rhyme

If you stuff him, he’ll be fat. Now you must erase his (hat).
If you like those pumpkin pies, then you can erase his (eyes).
If he grins like a crocodile, then you should erase his (smile).
If he scares away the crows, then you can erase his (nose).
If you wish that he could play, then you can erase the (hay).
If you stick him in the dirt, then you can erase his (shirt).
If the wind will make him dance, then you can erase his (pants).
If you want to see him kick, then you can erase the (stick).
If you put him on a base, then you must erase his (face).

Jack-O-Lantern Erase-A-Rhyme

If you want a big surprise, then you must erase his (eyes).
If he has a light that glows, then you can erase his (nose).
If you look and find his chin, then you can erase his (grin).
If you want one just like him, then you can erase his (stem).
If you know just the right place, then you can erase his (face).

 Witch Erase-A-Rhyme

If you’ve ever seen her zoom, then you can erase her (broom).
If you’d like one just like that, then you can erase her (hat).
If you think she’ll give you a scare, then you can erase her (hair).
If you’ve seen her in disguise, then you can erase her (eyes).
If you’ve got warts just like those, then you can erase her (nose).
If you wait a little while, then you can erase her (smile).
If you’ve watched her in a race, then you can erase her (face).
Magic spells, she understands. Now you can erase her (hands).
If she has an owl that hoots, then you can erase her (boots).
If you want to make a guess, then you can erase her (dress).
Unless you want her to escape, then you should erase her (cape).