Make a nursery rhyme singing basket for babies, toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy singing their favourite songs with parents and care-givers! Fantastic for early language development and creativity for the very smallest children and a great activity for children learning English as an additional language too. I recently wrote about the fantastic benefits of rhyming...Read More »

Nursery Rhyme Singing Basket: baby and toddler play

Make a nursery rhyme singing basket for babies, toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy singing their favourite songs with parents and care-givers! Fantastic for early language development and creativity for the very smallest children and a great activity for

I designed a Clean Up Song poster to put in our early learning area. I was hoping that this would be a fun way to gently remind children and...

Clean up song- easy chant to remember Age Group- Foundations- Demonstrate creative music expression. Demonstrate awareness of citizenship.

Nursery rhyme singing basket for preschoolers

Nursery Rhyme Singing Basket: baby and toddler play

Nursery Rhyme Printables with pictures

I chose this Nursery Rhyme as to me its bit f a funny nursery rhyme if you listen to the full children's version. This nursery rhyme to me is teaching a young child or person how to read the time. © Copyright SparkleBox Teacher Resources (UK) Ltd

Miss Polly Had A Dolly who was sick, sick sick. Create a Miss Polly Had A Dolly Story Sack for your little ones to act out the nursery rhyme. Adventures of Adam

Miss Polly Had A Dolly Story Sack

is upon us and this fortnights Nursery Rhyme is Miss Polly Had A Dolly. The perfect opportunity to make a Miss Polly had a dolly story sack.

A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses

Tune: Mary had a little lamb. A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses

Tube Story: Five Green and Speckled Frogs | librarian vs storytime

Tube Story: Five Green and Speckled Frogs

A "tube story" to go with Five Green and Speckled Frogs! Staple the pieces around a paper towel tube. Turn them up as you sing the song. Singing is a fun way to reinforce counting skills with your little one. Learning can be fun!

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