This nursery rhyme is a firm favourite, it tells a story about a spider that climbs up the waterspout and down comes the rain and washes the spider away. Children of all ages enjoy listening to nursery rhymes, it is a great aid to help children’s all round development especially their language development.
This nursery rhyme is about Five little men that go flying in a saucer. they fly around the world but along the way one little man doesn’t like the sight so that man flew away. Children use their fingers to represents the five little men, as the little men fly way the children put one finger down and then they are left with just one man.
A favourite nursery rhymes song that introduces children to an awareness of numbers as children enjoying singing 4 or more versus for example the mouse ran up the clock, the clock struck 4 the mouse knocked on the door Hickory Dickory Dock. At nursery or at home adults can use props such as a mouse as a visual aid to help bring the song to life.
A nursery rhyme that children can either use props to support this song or they can use actions, it’s great song to introduce children to first hand experiences such as going to the doctors. Nursery Rhymes support children’s language development by introducing new vocabulary and providing children with the opportunity to listen to different as when they hear nursery rhymes, they hear the sounds vowels and consonants make.
A fun action song that children enjoy singing together with their friends. A circle is formed to create a ring and children dance around the ring singing the song. Actions songs are fantastic for children who have English as an additional Language as they are able to join in the song and learn the new words.