Monday, March 21, 2016

Nursery Rhymes - There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe

As a teacher, I often feel like the Old Woman living in a shoe. So many children, and sometimes I am so overwhelmed I don't know what to do. That is why I love organized units ready to go. This series on nursery rhymes has been so much fun to make. I have a wonderful unit at my Teachers Pay Teachers store, but I also love finding things on the internet to go with the unit. I've done the research for you and found working links of great ideas to use in the classroom.  I hope you enjoy these ideas while you wait for next week's installment -  Three Little Kittens Lost Their Mittens!

To start, I found some great books to go along with this unit. Look for them in your library, or you can find them here:

And here are some fun sites I found to use as well.  Click on the picture to go to the site.

This is such a cute fine motor craft that has lots of pictures to follow.

This free simple game allows children to hold up the cards at the correct time.

OK, ok, I know this one is waaaay too crafty for most of us (including me), but it had so many great ideas I had to include it!

And finally, a blog with instructions on how to tie your shoes.

And now for today's freebie! I have a cute unit on There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. One activity from the unit is a mask for children to role play the nursery rhyme. Click on the picture below to get a copy!

Be sure to check out my unit and other great ideas by clicking the picture below!

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