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Nursery Rhyme Time
In this ongoing class, students will explore a world of Nursery Rhymes, while developing early literacy skills such as rhyme, rhythm and phonemic awareness!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
Welcome to a world of Itsy Bitsy Spider and his Nursery Rhyme friends! This ongoing course will give students an opportunity to dive into a world of daily nursery rhyme activities, and singing and reading the nursery rhyme. Throughout the course we will explore 10 different nursery rhymes. Each class will begin with daily greeting and the students will introduce themselves. We will then explore the Nursery Rhyme of the day. I will read the nursery rhyme aloud and we will practice repeating...
Nursery Rhymes are a fantastic tool in the early years classroom. They give children exposure to rhyme and rhythm, and teach phonemic awareness in a fun and repetitive way. Classic nursery rhymes have been shared with young children by their parents for hundreds of years. This is because nursery rhymes support early language and literacy development in a fun and accessible way for students. For example, through nursery rhymes children are exposed to fun and memorable rhymes and word families like diddle/fiddle, stream/dream and dock/clock. Nursery Rhymes are also full of fun rhythm which make it easy for even the youngest of children to join in and follow. One great thing is that nursery rhymes are so much fun, children don’t even realize they are learning such important elements as assonance, alliteration, rhythm, etc. While Nursery Rhymes are not limited to just the youngest of students, it does make Nursery Rhymes a great tool for teaching little language learners.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Roisin. Welcome to my classroom! I have a both a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and a Master's Degree in Education. For more than 20 years I have been a teacher and an educator. I have been a classroom teacher, a...