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13 Nursery Rhymes Words And Pictures

Nursery Rhymes Words and Pictures

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  • The following rhymes:     Hey Diddle Diddle  /  1,2,3,4,5 Once I Caught a Fish Alive  /  Baa Baa Black Sheep  /  Hickory Dickory Dock  /  Little Miss Muffet  /  Wee Willie Winkie  /   Row, Row, Row Your Boat  /  Twinkle Twinkle Little Star  /  Jack Be Nimble  /  Five Little Monkeys  /  Jack and Jill  /  Humpty Dumpty  /  I'm a Little Teapot
  • Picture card representing each poem in colour and black and white.
  • Full Title card for each poem to use as reference.
  • Individual Title word cards for children to make up the Title for each Nursery Rhyme using the word cards.
  • Individual sets of rhyming word cards to match up.
Ideas for Use

Nursery Rhymes - Title Words - Suggestions for Use


  • Print these in smaller size if you would like as per above instructions - children put the titles together using the individual words - you can use the full title cards as reference or let them use the picture cards to work out the titles.
  • Match the picture cards with the full title cards / or the individual title words pieced together.
  • Children cut and paste the black and white picture cards and write the matching title next to it in their books.
  • Children cut and paste the smaller grayscale individual title cards in correct sequence then draw a picture to match.
  • Use some of the blank cards on the end of the pdf to make up some alternative title words - for example - Row Row Row Your Canoe.
  • Use our Nursery Rhyme activities charts to display the full version of each rhyme. (apologies, some of our older nursery rhyme charts are now looking a bit worn as they were original resources from 5 years ago - we are hoping to slowly work our way through them - they still work though :-)  

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