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Teaching with Nursery Rhymes


teaching with nursery rhymes

Nursery rhymes are an easy way to teach young children. They naturally love the playful rhythms and songs.

Nursery rhymes make a great co-op class too! I taught a preschool class and each week we would read the rhyme, act it out, and do a craft.

Here are some handy FREE resources:

Kiz Club  word cards & clip art

A Rhyme a Week  30 weeks of lesson plans

First-School  coloring pages, activities, crafts, seasonal themes

Nursery Rhyme ABCs  find & circle the letters

DLTK  worksheets, crafts, felt board

Virtual Vine  unit studies

St. Aiden’s Activity Packs  copywork

SparkleBox  posters, masks, sequencing & more

Hubbard’s Cupboard  Letter & Rhyme a Day units

Apples 4 the Teacher  sorted by topic

Kindergarten Rhyme Time

PreKinders  rhyme cards

Nursery Rhymes Tot Series

Read and Sing Little Books

Nursery Rhymes – Kids Camp  youtube channel

Pre-K Literacy  activities, printables, & diplomas

Nursery Rhyme Units  1st grade

Circle Time Cards

Rhymes Printables

Pick Your Word  colorful story cards for games

Printable Mini Books

Sense in Nonsense  math & science activities

Nursery Rhymes Pocket Chart

Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages

The Secret History of Nursery Rhymes  for curiosity’s sake


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2 thoughts on “Teaching with Nursery Rhymes

  1. Great free resources! In the spring with all these rainy days, it can be tough to find something for the kiddos to do. I’ll keep these in mind!

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