5 currant buns in the baker’s shop Round and fat, with a cherry on the top. Along came ……. with a penny one day, Bought a currant bun and took it right away. 4 currant buns in the baker’s shop…. etc. until No currant buns in the baker’s shop, Round and fat with a cherryContinue reading “5 Currant Buns in the Bakers Shop”
A great one to do with lots of actions: leaping and eating bugs! Use fingers to represent the frogs and see how the number changes … It doesn’t matter if you don’t know a tune to go with it, just say the rhyme or make a tune up together! Five little speckled frogs Sat onContinue reading “Five Little Speckled Frogs …”
I saw a bright red dragon Swoop down into our yard, He looked quite fierce and menacing We’d best be on our guard! He ate up all the bird seed, And drank from all the pans, He played in all the flower beds, left footprints in the sand. He breathed his fiery breath And gaveContinue reading “The Dragon Rhyme”
Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick.So she phoned for the doctor to come quick, quick, quick.The doctor came with his bag and his hat,And he knocked at the door with a rat a tat tat. He looked at the dolly and he shook his head,He said “Miss Polly put her straightContinue reading “Miss Polly had a Dolly”
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Rhyme of the week
Songs and rhymes are great for communication and language development. Small children love hearing and repeating the sounds through song and rhyme.
Each week we have a new rhyme or song of the week. We say or sing this each day at group times.
Often our rhymes relate to the time of the year or a topic e.g. winter time, road safety, or they may relate to an area of learning such as maths or a song with lots of actions to support our developing physical skills. we include signs and actions to help everyone join in even if they have little English or spoken language.