Sugar Aunts: Nursery Rhyme Crafts and Activities

Nursery Rhyme Crafts and Activities

Nursery Rhymes are the classic stories to tell to kids.  What a wonderful way to bring together generations through stories, rhymes, and classic tales we've all heard since childhood.  There is something about the sing song rhythm of nursery rhymes that pull in a child, lull them to a calm before sleep, and bring a smile to their faces.  

We joined up with a team of wonderful children's activity bloggers to bring you nursery rhyme crafts and activities.  These are the projects you will want to do with your toddlers and preschoolers after reading classic nursery rhymes.  Each day this week, a new blogger will bring you a craft or activity that goes along with a nursery rhyme.  Each day, us Aunts will update this page with the new crafts and activities.  We're excited to see all of the fun and can't wait to share it with you!

Toddlers and preschoolers will love doing these crafts and activities that accompany 10 classic nursery rhymes.



Nursery Rhyme Crafts and Activities for Kids


We've got 10 days of 10 different nursery rhyme projects for you.  This is going to be fun!


Tuesday:  Lalymom~ Pop Goes the Weasel Craft

Wednesday: Mamas Like Me~ Hey Diddle Diddle

Thursday:  Sugar Aunts~ Jack Be Nimble Jack Be Quick

Friday:  My Nearest and Dearest~ To Market To Market to Buy a Fat Pig

Monday: Still Playing School~ Hickory Dickory Dock

Tuesday:  Fun-a-Day~ Baa Baa Black Sheep

Wednesday:  Wildflower Ramblings~ Mary Mary Quite Contrary

Thursday:  Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails~ Humpty Dumpty Eggsperiment

Friday:  House of Burke~ Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Sensory Bin

We'll be updating this page each day as each of the bloggers post their activities.  Stop back each day to see the fun!


2 comments :

  1. They're all so pretty! Great activities for kids. These days, most would just keep them occupied...and quiet playing games on their ipads

    kids Kindergarten

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  2. WOW thank you so much for this fabulous activity! Nursery rhymes also help children to appreciate and develop an understanding of humour.

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