In this language arts worksheet, students read a classic Mother Goose rhyme called Jack (Jack be Nimble). Students color the picture of Jack jumping over the candlestick.
K - 1st English Language Arts 3 Views 11 Downloads
Sentence Segmentation: Nursery Rhymes
What makes a complete sentence? Words, of course! As your budding readers begin to understand this relationship, guide them through this nursery rhyme activity. Scholars examine pictures of ten familiar rhymes (included), mentally...
K - 1st English Language Arts
A Mysterious Story Poem
Your scholars will be hooked after reading the cryptic narrative poem "The Listeners." They explain why it is so mysterious, then use the poem to learn about pronouns. Learners read an excerpt from the poem that has been altered to not...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Literacy Centers Using Nursery Rhymes
And in this corner we have Little Jack Horner. Engage your learners with phonemic awareness activities that encourage them to play with language. Eight different categories of phonemic awareness activities are detailed in the resource...
Pre-K - 1st English Language Arts
Introduce Vocabulary: "I Can't," Said the Ant (Cameron)
With both rhyme and a fun storyline, Polly Cameron's story "I Can't," Said the Ant is a useful resource for vocabulary in context. Emerging readers focus on five key words: cooperate, mend, nimble, sling, and trickle. After a brief...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
Over in the Meadow Lesson Plan
Get young learners on their feet and moving around with this fun activity for the children's book Over in the Meadow by Ezra Jack Keats. During an initial reading of the story, the teacher stops and introduces students to a series of...
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
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