Finally – we’re to the end of the nursery rhymes for this week!
Hey Diddle, Diddle is a nursery rhyme that all children enjoy. It’s lilting rhythm and silly phrases make it fun to say over and over!
Even though Hey Diddle Diddle is often associated with toddlers and young preschoolers, make sure you don’t skip it for your older Preschoolers – First Graders.
They are sure to enjoy it too!
Hey Diddle Diddle Nursery Rhyme
Without a doubt, one of my girls’ favorite nursery rhyme activities are the sequencing cards! They love to re-tell the rhyme, holding up the cards as they get to their portion of the rhyme.
The sequencing cards, cutting pages, and Find It! game are always a hit with my girls.
In this next picture, the girls are at the end of the rhyme where ‘the dish ran away with the spoon.’
As a result, the dish and spoon are “running” right off of the table!
In this 40-page packet, you’ll find:
→ Thorough suggestions on preparing and using this packet
→ (2) 8.5 x 11″ posters of the nursery rhyme
→ (8) sequencing cards
→ Hey Diddle, Diddle – full-size, including a cover page
→ 10 cutting practice pages (cut out the puzzle and glue back together)
→ Hey Diddle, Diddle Emergent Reader
→ How Many Cows? – cut and glue counting activity
→ Beginning Sounds – cut and glue activity
→ Highlight It! Letter D – identify all of the upper and lowercase d’s
→ Counting Dot-to-Dots – Numbers 1-10 and numbers 1-20
→ Alphabet Dot-to-Dots – Uppercase and lowercase
→ Find It! – Hide and seek counting activity
This printable packet is focused on the Preschool-Early Kindergarten level.
Make sure you watch the video for fun tips and ideas that I used with my own girls. You’ll also find detailed instructions at the front of the packet when you download it.
Don’t skip watching the video! It’s super helpful.
You can watch the video below: