Nursery Rhyme, Little Miss Muffet, interactive differentiated nursery rhyme, reader, rebus reader, picture supported interactive booklet
Nursery Rhymes are a great language lesson or circle time. They teach students about language and learning them increases memory skills. Nursery rhymes may be the first literature experience a child may have. Pairing the rhyme with the visuals help the student make the connection.
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⭐This has been updated 2018 to include comprehension questions. The more I learn about the power of nursery rhymes the more ideas I have for using them in the classroom. I have added three different levels of comprehension questions with answer keys if you would like to use them in a center for self correction.
☆The first part is appropriate for those children that are readers or it can be read to the child.
☆The second part has pictures and words in a rebus read
☆The third part has both the rebus read as well as a place for single pictures.
☆The fourth part has the nursery rhyme in a line by line poem.
☆The fifth part is a coloring page that the students can complete to take home and share the rhyme.
☆The sixth part is conversation cards
☆The seventh part is comprehension questions
⭐ Social Skills :This one has conversation cards about being afraid and what are we afraid of, creating a social skills lesson too.
I find that I have a variety of students that I work with and having the same story in several different editions help to support all my students. I store them in a folder then give each child the edition that is appropriate for them.
For this Nursery Rhyme, I have two different Little Miss Muffets
I use this story for a variety of students from students, preschool, kindergarten, and first graders as ☆Poem choice
☆Fluency cases to practice smooth speech
These are activities that I do with this song:
☆ Say the Poem:
There are four different booklets, reader, rebus reader, rebus reader plus adapted pictures and a lyric page.
☆ Sequence the Poem
: This is a great poem to teach sequencing. I have included a sequence board ( First, Then, Last). I have also included a three-part sheet that can be cut apart to have the child put them in the correct sequence.
☆ Coloring Page:
This can be used a take home for the child to bring the poem home.
☆ Conversation Cards:
These are cards that you can print out and put on a binder clip to have students practice conversations about fears. When I am working on a book or a poem I find that there are themes that are great to work on for conversation. In this poem, Miss Muffet becomes frightened. I have attached some conversation cards that ask the questions about what are you afraid of.
I put them on a binder ring so that a child can flip through them in the conversation.
☆ Comprehension Questions:
This is a great activity for those beginning to answer comprehension questions. It too has been differentiated three ways with answer keys.
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