Students become familiar with the conventions of print as they recognize Mother Goose poems. In this Mother Goose lesson, students follow the words from left to right as they read Mother Goose poems. Students recognize rhyming words and...
In this Mother Goose worksheet, students color the nine different shapes one color, cut each piece out and glue them together on a separate sheet of paper. Students follow each direction as they piece together their trains.
In this Mother Goose vehicles puzzle worksheet, learners read a rhyme that mentions a sailing ship. Students cut out 7 pieces and paste them on another paper to make a ship. There is a picture to hint learners.
In this Mother Goose airplane worksheet, learners read a rhyme about an airplane. Students cut out 7 pieces and paste them on another paper to create a plane.
In this Mother Goose truck puzzle instructional activity, students cut out 9 pieces and paste them on another paper to create a truck. Students read the rhyme that mentions a truck.
There may be some little lambs, itsy bitsy spiders, and pumpkin eaters in your language arts class! An online poetry lesson takes learners through the steps of writing a nursery rhyme with easy-to-follow steps and explanatory examples.
Students research the history of the children's nursery rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence." They interpret the ideas in the rhyme and create a visual representation of a Blackbird Pie.
Students discuss how the world of Mother Goose is full of sign, charms, and fortune telling, supplying advice on how to deal with life's events. They view a poster of "Hiccup, Hiccup." Students are asked if they have ever had hiccups....
In this "Thirty Days Hath September" Mother Goose nursery rhyme coloring page worksheet, students review and discuss the rhyme and color the picture with vibrant colors.
Students are introduced to the active teacher, composer and pianist Maurice Ravel and his masterpiece "Laideronette, Empress of the Pagoda", from Mother Goose Suite by Maurice Ravel. They utilize aural skills to notate the rhythm of the...
Students use Nursery rhymes in a discussion of crimes and criminals in order to study how criminal law has developed and changed to maintain an organized society. They decide on the identity of criminals, the crime, and the name of the...
First graders read nursery rhymes and celebrate Mother Goose. In this drawing conclusions and predicting lesson, 1st graders create new ending for the nursery rhymes. Students gather data and make a graph showing their favorite rhyme.
Fourth graders listen and observe the role play of the various versions of the poem. They take notes while listening and observing and develop their own versions of "Mary Had a Little Lamb".
Students practice technology skills such as open, save, print, type, font size, font type. They also do graphics, importing,text wrapping.Critical thinking,graphic design, presenting are other skills practiced.
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