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Mother Goose Rhyme Time Fun
Miss Dorian
Blue Valley Youth Services
Baby Actions
Fly baby, fly baby, fly, fly, fly
Cry baby, cry baby, cry, cry, cry
Roll baby, roll baby, roll, roll, roll
Crawl baby, crawl baby, crawl, crawl, crawl
Dive baby, dive baby, dive, dive, dive
Swim baby, swim baby, swim, swim, swim
Hop baby, hop baby, hop, hop, hop
Stop baby, stop baby,
STOP! STOP! STOP!
Did you know? Crawling, hopping, reaching, and bouncing activities
stimulate brain development. Have fun playing with your child often.
HELP YOUR CHILD
BE READY TO READ
NAME THINGS AROUND YOU
This helps children
learn new words
which gives them a larger vocabulary.
Did you know? Knowing the names of things
starts VERY early. Narrate your day – say
what you are doing while you are doing it.
Reach for the ceiling
Touch the floor
Stand up again
Let’s do some more.
Touch your head
Then your knees
Up to your shoulders if you please.
Reach for the ceiling
Touch the floor
That’s all for now,
There isn’t any more.
HERE ARE MY EARS
Here are my ears
Here is my tongue
Here is my nose
That helps me speak
Here are my fingers
Here are my knees
Here are my toes.
And here are my cheeks.
Here are my eyes
Here are my hands
Both open wide
That help me play
Here is my mouth
Here are my feet
With teeth inside.
For walking today.
Did you know? Simple rhyming games like this one
help to build vocabulary by naming body parts.
HELP YOUR CHILD
BE READY TO READ
SAY NURSERY RHYMES and
EMPHASIZING THE WORDS THAT
RHYME.
This helps children hear the sounds that
make up words.
Humpty dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty dumpty had a great fall
All the king’s horses
And all the king’s men
Couldn’t put humpty
Together again!
Did you know? It is important for children to hear nursery rhymes even though
they may not understand the meaning. Rhymes give them a feeling of the
rhythm and flow of language and helps them hear the smaller sounds in words.
Little bo-peep has lost her sheep
And can’t tell where to find them.
Leave them alone and they’ll come
home
Wagging their tales behind them
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water
Jack fell down
And broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after
Hey diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
The cow jumped over the moon.
The little dog laughed
To see such sport
And the dish ran away with the spoon.
Here is the beehive,
Where are the bees?
Hidden away where nobody sees.
Watch and you’ll see them come out
of the hive.
One, two, three, four, five.
Bzzzzzz.
Did you know? When playing rhyming word games,
emphasize the words that rhyme. This helps children
learn to hear that words are made up of smaller parts.
HELP YOUR CHILD
BE READY TO READ
by:
SINGING SONGS
Helps your child hear syllables in words.
Each syllable gets a different note in most
songs.
Ten little fingers standing in a row.
Wiggle them high, wiggle them low.
Shake them fast, shake them slow.
Put them behind your back,
Where did they go?
WHERE IS THUMBKIN?
WHERE IS THUMBKIN?
HERE I AM! HERE I AM!
HOW ARE YOU TODAY SIR?
VERY WELL I THANK YOU.
RUN AWAY. RUN AWAY.
Continue with:
Pointer, tall man, ring man, baby, family
Did you know? Finger
rhymes help children learn
about many concepts such
as high and low and forward
and backward.
The Eentsy Weentsy Spider
The eentsy weentsy spider went up the waterspout.
Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain.
And the eentsy weentsy spider went up the spout
again.
SIX LITTLE DUCKS
Six little ducks that I once knew
Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too;
But the one little duck with the feather on his back,
He led the others with his quack, quack, quack.
Quack, quack, quack; quack, quack, quack;
He led the others with his quack, quack, quack.
Down to the river they would go,
Wibble wobble, wibble wobble to and fro;
But the one little duck………
Home from the river they would come,
Wibble wobble, wibble wobble, ho-hum-hum;
But the one little duck………….
HICKORY DICKORY DOCK THE MOUSE
RAN UP THE CLOCK
THE CLOCK STRUCK ONE,THE MOUSE
RAN DOWN
HICKORY DICKORY DOCK.
Continue: struck 2 said, “boo”,
struck 3 said, “whee”
struck 4 said, “no more!”
Two little blackbirds
Sitting on a hill
One named Jack,
One named Jill
Fly away Jack
Fly away Jill.
Come back Jack
Come back Jill.
BOING, BOING, SQUEAK
A boing, boing squeak, a boing, boing squeak
A bouncing mouse is in my house,
It’s been here for a week.
It bounced from out of nowhere.
Then quickly settled in.
I’m grateful that it came alone--(I’ve heard it has a twin)
It bounces in the kitchen,
It bounces in the den.
It bounces through the living room-Look! There it goes again.
TICKLE YOU HERE
Hug you here, hug you there,
Hug you, hug you everywhere.
Tickle you here, tickle you there,
Tickle you, tickle you everywhere.
Bounce you here, bounce you there,
Bounce you, bounce you everywhere
LITTLE FLEA
Creeping, creeping little flea
Up my leg and past my knee
To my tummy up he goes
Past my chin and to my nose
Now he’s creeping down my chin
To my tummy once again
Down my leg and past my knee
To my toe that little flea.
GOTCHA!!
Did you know? Simple songs
like this one help to build
vocabulary by naming body
parts.
CIRCLE GAMES
ROLY POLY
Roly Poly up
Roly Poly down
Roly Poly in
Roly Poly out
Roly Poly bye-bye!
THANKS FOR COMING
SEE YOU NEXT WEEK!
At Home:
HELP YOUR CHILD
BE READY TO READ
•Give your child board books to hold and explore
•Point to pictures and talk about them
•Use books with clear and simple pictures
•Have fun with books
•Sing and Rhyme often
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