Due to the grey thundery skies Day 6 of #30dayswild wasn’t as wild as it could of been.
Today we listened to the thunder and the rain from inside and took the opportunity to sing some weather related songs. These included I hear thunder and it’s raining it’s pouring.
Nursery rhymes are great for children’s communication and language development as well as literacy skills. The joy of nursery rhymes are they are completely free and available anytime any place. Currently our favourite in this house is baa baa black sheep, now that the little one can say baa.
Have a read of this wonderful document all about the importance of nursery rhymes for children’s development:
Also there the activities you can plan around nursery rhymes are endless!
From sensory bins:
To maths activities:
And everything in between!
Physical development – http://lifeovercs.com/jumping-with-jack-be-nimble-gross-motor-activity/#comment-51620
Science – http://www.science-sparks.com/2015/08/06/humpty-dumpty-science-ideas/
Here are 45 nursery rhyme crafts from How Wee Learn:
Love Early Education,
Love, Kylie x