***FREE*** Two nursery rhymes foldable booklets – Jack and Jill, and Baa Baa Black Sheep in b/w. Children cut out entire page, and fold as directed into booklet form. Each rhyme can also be cut into four separate pictures, and used as sequence cards.
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. ~ Danya Banya
I chose this board because it is short and easy to read. This is the first time me reading this nursery rhyme so getting use to new nursery rhymes come alive. This is a example from spaklebox retrieved from http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/literacy/nursery-rhymes/lyrics-sheets.html#.WMsYu49OK70
Rhyming has long been used as a tool to teach and delight children. In fact, the Center For Early Literacy Learning found that in 12 studies of 5,299 preschoolers, "young children’s ability to recite familiar nursery rhymes was both directly and indirectly related to later literacy and language abilities." How do you use rhymes in your classroom?