The traditional lyrics for Jack and Jill can be recreated using the AABCCB rhyme scheme. Put to this pattern young children can learn almost anything.
Teaching young children about the changes between solid, liquid, and gas can be easy with help from DawnStephensBooks.com, Children can learn about water in the three states of matter.
You probably know that “Jack Sprat would eat no fat and his wife would eat no lean”. But, what did they eat? With the help from MyPlate.gov and DawnStephensBooks.com children can learn about good nutrition.
In the book, Humpty Dumpty Learns About Positions, the lyrics include seven different groups of these words. Students enjoy reading and reciting a familiar rhyme while gaining knowledge of how these words are used.
If you work with young children, you know how easy it is for them to memorize rhymes. Nursery Rhyme lyrics have been a part of education for centuries. This post highlights six specific rhymes used in creative teaching resources that cover different science standards.
Body coverings of animals are a fascinating topic for young children. Moreover, this is an important concept that will help children understand an animal’s ability to survive in its habitat. A creative teaching resource that uses the traditional Mother Goose Rhyme of Mary and Her Little Lamb is a great way to introduce this concept. […]
The lyrics of Little Miss Muffet can be used to teach children to read. DawnStephensBooks shares new lyrics that also teach about spiders.
Shadows and lights’ are the concepts of the latest Mother Goose Meets Mother Nature book. The text takes Jack B. Nimble on a journey where he tries to jump over his own shadow. Similarly, in my quiet time this morning, I realized I am trying to do the same thing. After I left my career […]