Nursery rhymes are a great way to introduce your child to rhythm, music and early literacy and numeracy skills. Print this nursery rhyme activity, so your child can have fun colouring in the picture and singing along to Jack and Jill!
I chose this rhyme as it has a little bit of a rhythm to it. Nursery Rhymes Activity Pack for teaching reading in the Early Years. 50 pages of activities and Nursery Rhymes posters to use in your classroom.
This rhyme helps develop concepts of print and helps children learn numbers. This could be hung up in the classroom, or the teacher could use this as a singing activity. This could also correlate to music curriculum.
How to make a tipping teapot craft with free printable. Perfect for a tea party theme, or to go with the nursery rhyme "I'm a Little Teapot". Great kids activity for preschool, kindergarten or library story times.
Nursery Rhymes: This was another gift. We misplaced the cd a long time ago, but reading the short nursery rhymes is a lot of fun. My son (almost has memorized some of the rhymes from picture recognition, so feels like he can read the book to me.