Activity for ages 3 to 5.
Rhymes for kids are a power packed combo of fun and learning. Not only are they easy entertainment, but they also teach children important early reading skills including listening for word patterns, learning new vocabulary and story sequencing. These eight fun rhymes for kids take all of that good stuff one step further by giving you free finger puppets that bring the rhymes alive.
Learn a new counting rhyme: Five Little Cupcakes.
Find out what happened when One Elephant Went Out to Play.
Sing along with the classic Old MacDonald Had a Farm.
And speaking of noisy animals, try a new rhyme: The Animals at the Zoo.
Teach Five Little Monkeys, one of my favorite rhymes ever.
Learn a clever newbie: Five Little Hot Dogs Sizzling in a Pan.
Practice This Little Piggy, one of the all-time most popular rhymes for kids.
And finally, try Here is the Beehive, a silly, tickling rhyme for kids!