Complete Albert's Christmas Couplets
The word at the end of the second line should rhyme with the word at the end of the first line. Fill in the blank with a word that rhymes and tells the story. When you finish, you can look at the book and see if I made the same choices. Have Fun!
Ever so quietly, rise from your sleep.
Don't make a sound, not even a________ .
Your ride is waiting, I know the way.
The moon is as bright as Christmas _______.
There's work to be done. We've got to hurry.
So hang on tight, and please don't _______.
He'll circle in low. Just look for the light.
Red and green twinkling stars in the _______ .
Sing Kringle O, Jingle O, Jolly Ho Ho!
I've got a secret that you will soon _______.
Up in the hills there's a place we will go
To help with his landing by shouting out _______ !
A blizzard kicks up as they scree-eee-ch into place,
At the very first pit stop in Santa's big _______.
Welcome dear Santa! On behalf of the crew,
We offer this gift, made especially for _______ .
If you're ready, helpers, I'll start the clock.
Twelve minutes and counting! Tick-tock, tick-_______.
Couplets can be fun. Now that you've warmed-up with some of Albert's Christmas couplets, it's time to write some couplets and create your own story. Please click here for the PDF printout file of this project.
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