Jack and Jill Activities for Preschool

These Jack and Jill activities for preschool are designed to be used with children ages 3-7. This mini unit includes a variety of worksheets and hands-on activities. 

If you love teaching with nursery rhymes like I do, you’re going to love these printable activities designed to teach preschool skills with the Jack and Jill nursery rhyme. 

With a wide variety of math and literacy activities, there’s something in this pack for a wide range of ages and stages. 

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These free preschool printables are a great addition to your preschool lessons. With over 40 pages, you can add them to your math and literacy centers or bind them into a workbook for your little ones to work through.

Jack and Jill Activities for Preschool

This pack of Jack and Jill activities includes a variety of activities which focus on math, literacy, motor skills, and more. 

In addition to focusing on these skills, your preschoolers can learn the rhyme as they complete the activities included in this pack. Memorizing short rhymes, such has nursery rhymes, is a great way to build early literacy skills with your preschoolers. 

As your preschoolers work through these pages, they’ll learn the alphabet, work on handwriting, build motor skills, and much more. 


Inside this 40-page nursery rhyme printable, you’ll find the following activities that are perfect for preschoolers: 

• Jack and Jill poster and handwriting page

• ABC game – Kids will draw an alphabet card and identify it on the recording sheet. There is an uppercase and a lowercase version.

• Beginning sounds cut and paste page

• Do-a-dot or Playdough mats – Kids can use bingo dotters, buttons, or playdough balls to fill in the dots and form the letter on each mat.

• Label it – 2 versions to label and color

• Sequencing worksheet

• Size sequencing cards – 3 versions

• Up or down sorting page

• Letter hunt pages – Focus on letter J

• Color and write pages – 6 pages

• and more!

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Teaching Resources

Children for years have loved the classic Nursery Rhyme about Jack and Jill. Now share that love with your child or preschool class. Share the classic tales that you grew up on. Use this Jack and Jill felt set with your class or child to help in memorization, language development and sequencing.

Kids will love bringing their favorite Mother Goose rhymes to life with these easy nursery rhyme crafts! There are fifteen amazing ideas to choose from!

Young kids love nursery rhymes and can learn so much from them. This Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater printable is perfect for your fall lessons.  

Teaching with Nursery Rhymes features ten classic rhymes and focuses on many different skills that are the basic building blocks of early childhood education. Having this resource at your fingertips will keep your young learners engaged and learning without requiring a lot of time to prepare the activities. ​

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  1. I am 76 years of age and I am helping my daughter who does Day Care to get her weekly lessons together. This term she is doing Nursery Rhymes, so I appreciate what I have found on this subject. Thanks so much for your help. I just wish they had something like this when I was bringing up our children.