Nursery Rhymes connect parents and their children as these have been passed down traditionally through many generations. When students learn about, memorize, and play with nursery rhyme elements and stories, it gives them an opportunity to go home and recite, sing and play with them with parents as well. These activities are geared toward preschool and kindergarten students who are learning letters, rhymes, word play, colors, and fine motor skills.
Included in this resource:
- Humpty Dumpty Visual Cues and Recording Sheet for STEAM experiments
- Cow Life Cycle Sequence Puzzle Strips (A-J)
- Goose Life Cycle Sequence Puzzle Strips(K-T)
- Mouse Life Cycle Sequence Puzzle Strips(Q-Z)
- Sheep Life Cycle Sequence Puzzle Strips(1-10)
- Hey Diddle Diddle Verb Variations to playfully recite the rhyme in different ways.
- Itsy Bitsy Spider based Color Book.
- Jack and Jill Rhyming Word Sort
- Little Miss Muffet Based Sort of Foods you Like/Dislike
- Ll is for Little Lamb Coloring/Art Page
- Mary had a Little Lamb Coloring Page
- Color by Number Sheep Page
- Numbered Sheep, Cotton Ball Counting Practice Center Activity
- Help Bo Peep Find her Sheep Letter Hunt Activity
- Polly Put the Kettle On Preposition Practice
- Story Sequencing Practice for Jack and Jill, Hey Diddle Diddle, Little Miss Muffet, Humpty Dumpty, and Itsy Bitsy Spider
- Colored and B&W Posters with Pictures and Lyrics for: Baa, Baa Black Sheep, Hey Diddle Diddle, Polly Put the Kettle On, Mary had a Little Lamb, Little Bo Peep, Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, Jack and Jill, and the Itsy Bitsy Spider.
- Vocabulary Word Strips with Visual Cues