I’m super excited to share some of our printable Jack and Jill nursery rhyme activities with you today!
This is just a small peek at what you’ll find in our comprehensive Nursery Rhymes Activities Pack.
*The free download can be found towards the END of this post. Look for and click on the teal download button.
Printable Jack and Jill Nursery Rhyme Activities
It’s no secret that nursery rhymes are a great tool to introduce young learners to the rhythm and rhyming of language.
But beyond reciting them together, what are some things you can do with them? I’m so glad you asked! I’m sharing a few ideas with you today from the rhyme, “Jack and Jill.”
This free pack features TEN colored activities pulled from our Nursery Rhymes Activities Pack. They include:
1. One-Page “Poster” – Use this poster to introduce the rhyme. The bigger size allows more learners to see it. You can also post it on a wall where learners can re-read it.
2. Fold & Read Book – Learners can use the pictures and words to say the rhyme and may also color the simple pictures.
3. Nursery Rhyme Retelling Cards – Use them for sequencing the nursery rhyme! They will fit in a pocket chart or can be used on a tabletop or carpet area as you put the rhyme in order.
4. Say & Play Mat – Learners can use the cut-outs to act out the story on the mat.
5. Just Glue Four Comprehension Activity – Use this activity for simple comprehension. Repeat the nursery rhyme and glue only the four pictures that match the rhyme.
6. Cut & Paste Print Awareness – This activity helps learners be more aware of print concepts such as letters, words, sentences, left to right direction, return sweep, capital letters, and punctuation.
7. Just Circle It Shadow Matching – This activity is GREAT for visual recognition, which is an integral part of letter recognition!
8. Rhyming Words Write the Room – Based off a popular free printable on my blog, kids will want to play this one again and again.
9. Jack and Jill 20-Grid – Use this simple grid game to work on matching die patterns to numbers, one-to-one correspondence as learners roll and count, directionality for reading, and return sweep.
10. Jack and Jill Just Dot it! Page – This one’s for those kids who just love dot paint!
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