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Nursery Rhyme Time: Humpty Dumpty


At the beginning of each school year, I always dig out my nursery rhyme unit.  It is the perfect unit for kindergarten or first grade because many students are familiar with many of the popular rhymes.  At the end of the week, we usually vote to see which was our class' favorite rhyme.  Humpty Dumpty wins every year!

I just finished a new Sentence Shuffle Trio packet about Humpty.  It is on the 1st grade reading level (1.0).

This packet is on the 1st grade reading level (1.0) and is aligned with K, 1st, and 2nd Common Core Standards.

It includes a center sign that has a white background so you can save on ink.

Directions for the center are included so your students won't interrupt your small group lesson.

There is a black and white version and a colorful version.  Cards are stacked and placed on the page above.

After students make sentences using all of the cards, they will write their sentences on one of the writing assignment pages above.  There are two pages to choose from so you can differentiate the assignment.

This packet contains 24 colorful and 24 black and white word cards.  Students will shuffle the cards and put them on the Sentence Shuffle page.  They will take one card from each stack to make a sentence.  Sentences can be real or nonsense sentences.

There are 8 Built It-Write It-Draw It assignments.  Students will practice reading, handwriting, sentence structure, and fine-motor skills.  This can be used as a literacy center or used for homework.

The paper saver mini book can be used as homework or for a small group lesson.


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I also have a Humpty Dumpty Science Station that is FREE for a short time.

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Need more nursery rhyme activities?  I also have this packet about Mary had a little lamb.

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1 comment

Layne Adams said...

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