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 Are younger ones still able to appreciate nursery rhymes?

Answer Kindergarten and younger definately love nursery rhymes. As a teacher, I teach one a week. Do I get into the "history"...no. But they are wonderful teaching tools. A few of the "lessons" we lear... Read More »
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Nursery rhymes... know any?

There are sooo many nursery rhymes! Try these sites for a list...http://www.zelo.com/family/nursery/index…http://www.rhymes.org.uk/http://www.indianchild.com/nursery%20rhy…
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Fun Games for Nursery Rhymes?

Nursery rhymes are a delight for preschool children. The rhythm and rhymes are infectious and children love to recite them. It's a good way for children to expand their vocabulary and to use words ... Read More »
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Nursery Rhymes Week...?

There are a lot of literacy and math components that can be worked into nursery rhmes...if that interests you, just email. For now I'll assume projects you mean art and craft.Baa Baa: Sponge pain... Read More »
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Do any of the nursery rhymes frighten your children ?

No, not a nursery rhyme. But I had a student this past year (4 years old) who was absolutely terrified by The Gingerbread Man! LOL The usual scenario is we read the story, then the kids cut out ... Read More »
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