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Here is one idea for a Nursery Rhyme activity.
Mice and Clocks:
•Fold paper in half and draw a half a heart shape starting at the fold
•Have children cut out the heart shape and leave the heart shaped folded so that it looks like a mouse shape
•Have them glue on some yarn for the tail of the mouse and a circle or wiggle eyes for the eye
•Now you need to make a clock face so you need to give each child a paper plate
•Have them color the edge of the paper plate
•Now apply the number stickers to the edge of the paper plate so that it resembles a clock face
•Punch a hole in the center of the plate and insert the pipe cleaners for the hands of the clock
•Now recite the Hickory Dickory Dock rhyme using these props