My children and I have always loved nursery rhymes.
In a time of electronics and over-committed schedules, I believe it’s more important than ever to teach your children nursery rhymes!
Nursery Rhymes connect us to a more simple way of life.
They expose my children to vocabulary they wouldn’t naturally encounter (ex: ‘Jack fell down and broke his crown‘).
They introduce my children to language patterns we don’t typically find in children’s stories.
But most of all, Nursery Rhymes are just plain fun!
You can’t help but smile when reading ‘Diddle Diddle Dumpling, My Son John!’
Teaching My Children Nursery Rhymes
This week’s video is all about how and why I teach my children nursery rhymes.
I show you the printables and resources I use to share my own love of nursery rhymes with my children.
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Nursery Rhyme Printables and Resources:
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I mentioned several resources in the video, which you can find below:
After reading a multitude of Nursery Rhyme Books, these 2 are my favorites!
Richard Scarry’s Best Mother Goose Ever
Mother Goose with illustrations by Scott Gustafson
Jack and Jill Nursery Rhyme Packet
Do you teach your children nursery rhymes?
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