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Popular Nursery Rhyme Activities

Nursery rhymes are catchy and when we hear them; they instantly bring back childhood memories. If you are teaching your child nursery rhymes, this can be a fun time for you to see how many nursery rhymes you remember. Here are some great nursery rhyme activities you can play with your family: Nursery Rhyme Charades […]

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Why Do Mother Goose Crafts?

Mother Goose crafts are probably some of the first crafts that we ever made, though few of us may remember them. Mother Goose and her rhymes are typically introduced to children while they are very young and maybe even just starting school. If the school systems and even home educators are using Mother Goose there […]

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Nursery Rhyme Activities for Kids and Adults

Nursery rhymes are a wonderful way for kids and adults to spend time together and grow their imaginations. Some great nursery rhyme activities you can do with your child include the following: A great way to spend time together and learn nursery rhymes is to have a play night. Assign a different nursery rhyme to […]

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Nursery Rhyme Activities

One of the best places that you can go to find ideas for nursery rhyme activities is the Internet. Through the use of search engines you can find endless possibilities for nursery rhyme activities. The best thing about using the Internet is that most of the websites that are going to be giving to you […]

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Teaching Your Children Nursery Rhyme Activities

One thing that many of us don’t think about when it comes to nursery rhymes is that they are a great way to teach young children some hard concepts. In fact nursery rhymes have been used in early childhood education for years because it provides young children with a fun and exciting way to learn […]

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Helping Your Child Learn Nursery Rhyme Activities

Nursery rhymes are one of the best ways to teach your child how to read. Learning to read is quite difficult without language, listening, and writing skills. Nursery rhymes have been developed to teach your child all of the necessary cognitive skills and help them expand their imagination and education. Using nursery rhyme activities will […]

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Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater

Materials needed: •Orange construction paper •Second sheet of construction paper color of your choosing •Pictures of men and women •Glue •Scissors Directions: •Cut out a large pumpkin shape that will fit on a 8 x 11 piece of construction paper •Now you need to cut a window shape into the pumpkin that you have cut […]

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Nursery Rhyme Activities Through the Ages

As a parent you probably remember your mom or dad reciting nursery rhymes to you. And you have probably taught your children those same nursery rhymes. That is one of the great things about nursery rhymes is that no matter what age we are the nursery rhymes are still the same as when we were […]

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Why Do Nursery Rhyme Activities?

Most everyone was taught a nursery rhyme when they were a child. If you weren’t taught nursery rhymes, you have probably heard at least one nursery rhyme in your lifetime. Many people may not understand the importance of nursery rhymes and may think they are a waste of time. Nursery rhymes actually help to improve […]

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Where to Find Nursery Rhyme Activity Ideas

If you are a parent of young children or you happen to teach young children then you are probably already aware of how important nursery rhymes are. If you do know how important nursery rhymes are then you are also aware of the fact that there are nursery rhyme activities that you can use to […]

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More Easy to Learn Nursery Rhyme Activities

Old King Cole Crowns: Materials needed: •Heavy paper •Collage materials •Glue •Scissors Directions: •First you are going to want to cut crown shapes out of the heavy paper. •Then place a variety of collage materials out on the table for the children to use. The items can include buttons, gems, lace, paper, macaroni, etc. •Have […]

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Nursery Rhymes Adults Can Get Into!

One thing that we need to remember is that nursery rhymes are not just for kids so that means the nursery rhyme activities shouldn’t be just for kids either. The good news is that most of the nursery rhyme activities that are available to do require both children and adults to work together to create, […]

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Where to Find Nursery Rhyme Activities

Nursery rhyme activities are a great way to help your child learn needed cognitive skills. You can find nursery rhyme activities online at popular web sites like Teachers’ Paradise. This website not only provides flip books, flannel board cut outs, it also is a great place to learn other ideas for nursery rhyme activities. You […]

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Hickory Dickory Dock

Materials needed: •Gray paper •Hole punch •Stuffing •String •Wiggle eyes •Pink pompom Directions: This craft is to make laced mice and is a good craft for kids of various ages, of course the younger the child the more help they will need. •The first thing that you need to do is to make a mouse […]

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Top Five Nursery Rhyme Activities

Nursery rhymes are a wonderful way to teach children needed reading, memorization, verbal, and listening skills. There are several nursery rhyme activities you can do to help your child improve their cognitive skills. Here are some great nursery rhyme activities you can enjoy with your children: Mother Goose Field Day This idea works best for […]

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Some Mother Goose Crafts For You

Mother Goose crafts are inspired by the Mother Goose rhymes. Such rhymes include, “Little Miss Muffet,

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