Discover Nursery Rhymes

This assortment of activities will help your students to love nursery rhymes. These activities follow along classic stories like "Little Miss Muffett," "Humpty Dumpty," and "Little Boy Blue" to help your students understand the meaning of these nursery rhymes.
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Updated on: March 9, 2001
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Book Resources

The Movable Mother Goose
By Robert Sabuda
Grade Levels: Primary
This fantastic pop-up book gives a special twist to Mother Goose's nursery rhymes.

My Very First Mother Goose
By Iona Archibald Opie
Grade Levels: Pre-K, Primary
This book is an excellent way to introduce children to nursery rhymes.

Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young
By Jack Prelutsky
Grade Levels: Pre-K, Primary
One of the best-known poets, Jack Prelutsky, has collected over 200 poems that are sure to delight children.

Richard Scarry's Best Mother Goose Ever (Giant Golden Book)
By Richard Scarry
Grade Levels: Pre-K, Primary
The large illustrations and bright colors make this book of rhymes an all-time favourite.

Sylvia Long's Mother Goose
By Sylvia Long
Grade Levels: Pre-K, Primary
Written and illustrated in a way that children can understand.

Tomie's Little Mother Goose
By Tomie dePaola
Grade Levels: Pre-K, Primary
"Little Miss Muffett," "Humpty Dumpty," "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary," and "Little Boy Blue" are just a few of the favourite rhymes in this book.