Rhyming Readers Volume 1. Click here for Vol 2.

Printables and Music

Your students and their parents will enjoy these printables which you can share with them. The ten songs can be used in class with the printables. Both the printables and songs are available right here. Click the Buy Now button which connects to PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account to make this purchase.

This file includes

  • 10 printable nursery rhyme books in both color and black and white
  • 10 nursery rhyme song charts in both color and black and white
  • 10 audio files in mp3 format.

You can play mp3 files on your iPod, iPhone, iPad, or other phone or tablet. You can also burn them to a CD. More than 100 printable pages of singing, rhyming, and learning fun for your classroom!"

After you check out, you will see a screen with instant download links. This package will have a single link that downloads all ten of the songs and the printable pdf file.

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Download the first seven pages of Volume 1 plus several sample pages by clicking here. These pages will tell you about the contents of the printable file.

Nursery rhymes are an important part of our literary heritage, and they are as engaging for children today as they were hundreds of years ago. Their "magical" quality is testimony to the fact that they have endured through the years. Nursery rhymes are also an excellent way to nurture literacy skills from infants through school age children.

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Dr. Jean Songs in this downloadable package:

  • Jack & Jill
  • Little Miss Muffett
  • Humpty Dumpty
  • Hey Diddle Diddle
  • Hickory Dickory Dock
  • Jack Be Nimble
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb
  • Muffin Man
  • Baa Baa Black Sheep
  • Little Boy Blue

You will receive printable books, charts and ten downloadable songs.

Phonological awareness, oral language, print connections, and many other reading skills can be developed in a meaningful and child-friendly way with nursery rhymes
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (naeyc.org) has a position paper called “Learning to Read and Write: Developmentally Appropriate Practices” that you should download and use as a resource for yourself and your parents. The research presented validates the importance of using nursery rhymes, songs, and poems with young children to get them ready to read. Click here to download position paper from NAEYC.