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Love nursery rhymes? I also have a fun that is great for practicing nursery rhymes!
This K-3 library lesson will save you so much time! You will need to edit a few slides to add your school’s birthdays and daily/weekly agenda. You will also need to add the read-aloud(s) of your choice.
***Please note that this nursery rhymes library lesson is designed to complement a read-aloud. The actual read-aloud story comes from you! I cannot include a recorded read-aloud due to copyright restrictions.
- Recommended for: Grades K-3
- Number of pages: 57
- Editable: Yes, all text is editable
- Formats: PPT, Google Slides, and PDF
- Recommended duration: 1-2 class periods (50 minutes each)
- 51 PPT + Google™ Slides
- 2 scavenger hunts, differentiated, with answer key (3 pages)
- Recommended Reads (1 page)–send this home to parents or give to teachers!
- pre-filled lesson plan with AASL, CC, and TEKS standards included
- detailed instructions for librarians and teachers
- editable text throughout
The first 22 slides guide you and your students through a whole class nursery rhymes library lesson. The slides introduce National Poetry Month, a few facts about nursery rhymes, and seven illustrated nursery rhymes.
- sign language slide and how-to link (“poetry”)
- introduction to nursery rhymes discussion slides
- characteristics of nursery rhymes (rhyme, tell a short story, very old)
- Who is Mother Goose?
- Is/was Mother Goose a real person
- Every slide in the presentation is illustrated with brightly-colored, high-resolution clipart for K-3.
28 slides are “scrolling presentation” slides that are great for extending lessons or scrolling in the library during checkout and downtimes.
- 6 additional nursery rhymes
- 1 “What do you think?”
- 3 “Would you rather?”
- 3 trivia questions with answers
- vocabulary words: and
- this week’s birthdays
- weekly schedule and agenda
- checkout reminders (you add your own!)
Students can complete a scavenger hunt as they watch the scrolling slides!
- Students are looking for information and objects.
- two versions, differentiated (with and without text)
- editable text in PowerPoint and PDF
- separate “Recommended Reads” list
- all text, including book titles, is editable
- hand out to parents, teachers, and students
- All titles were selected specifically for Grades K-3 and received positive professional reviews for use with Grades K-3.
- “One, Two, Three, Four, Five”
- “Humpty Dumpty”
- “Jack and Jill”
- “Little Miss Muffett”
- “Jack Be Nimble”
- “Hickory Dickory Dock”
- “1, 2, Buckle My Shoe”
- “Wee Willie Winkie”
- “Hey Diddle Diddle”
- “Mary Had a Little Lamb”
- “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”
- “The Old Woman in the Shoe”
- “Little Boy Blue”
- “Three Little Kittens”
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