These nursery rhyme activities for preschool contain ideas for all areas of your preschool classroom! There are more than enough ideas to get you started.
No matter what time of year it is, it’s always a great time to teach Nursery Rhymes. Discover crafts, printables, book lists, and more!
This growing list is a great place to start your search for nursery rhyme themed preschool fun!
NURSERY RHYME ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL
Check out these Nursery Rhyme costumes! They’re perfect for Halloween and Nursery Rhymes Day. But, they’re great for dress up any day!
Don’t miss these free printable nursery rhyme sequencing cards is perfect for preschool and kindergarten kids. Set includes posters, sequencing cards, and more!
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.
Humpty Dumpty Activities
Humpty Dumpty preschool science activities are the perfect addition to your nursery rhyme lesson plans. Explore eggs with these experiments!
These Humpty Dumpty literacy activities are a great way to add rhymes, syllables, and CVC words to your nursery rhyme unit.
Jack Be Nimble Activities
This pack of Jack Be Nimble activities is perfect for kids ages 3-7. This unit includes a variety of math and literacy activities preschoolers will love.This Hey Diddle Diddle printable is designed to be used with children ages 3-7. This mini unit includes a variety of hands-on and worksheet activities.
Your preschoolers will love this Itsy Bitsy Spider sequencing activity! It’s so colorful, and it’s the perfect sequencing activity for your spider theme!
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.
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