I really do love the nursery rhymes and the Mother Goose ones are always so much fun! I thought it would be fun to start putting out mini pack for a few of these! Nursery rhymes are one of the easier things to do with kids. They are easy to memorize and fun to repeat over and over. You can find them in many different formats as well.
I’m starting with Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater for the first nursery rhyme pack. My girls are very excited about this.
This Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater Pack was made for kids 2 to 7. There are a few writing activities that could be using with older kids. We play on using this book: The Real Mother Goose.
You are going to find some fun worksheets and hands on activities as well. This is a fun way to learn with the nursery rhymes. There is a play mat to help you out the nursery rhyme together. Plus some suggestions to use.
Graphics by Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles.
Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater Pack contains over 40 pages:
(part 1) 3 Part Cards, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next?, Prewriting Practice, Matching Cards, Matching Cards, Size Sequencing, Writing Pages, Trace and Color, Cutting practice, 4 Piece Puzzles, 10 Piece Puzzle, Pumpkin Color by Size, Wall Cards, Beginning Sound Tracing, Trace the Word, Write the Word, Beginning Sounds Clip, Dot the P, Trace the P , Color as you Read, Words from Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater (part 2) Color the pattern, Fill in the Missing Pattern, Make Rhyming Words, Roll & Cover, Measure Peter, Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater Play mat, Help Suggestions, Finger Puppets
Tot Pack contains 31 pages:
Solid Line Prewriting, Dashed Line Prewriting, Which One is Different, Color by Size, 2 Piece Puzzles, Color the Pumpkin book, Matching Cards, 9 Piece Puzzles, Shape Tracing, Dot the Letter P & W, Lacing Cards
Check out some of the various books we will be looking at:
Check out some of the other Nursery Rhymes, Folk Tales and Fairy Tales:
Check out all the pumpkin themed activities on 3 Dinosaurs.
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