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|Teaching Nursery Rhymes to Pre-Readers|| Children
who enter school knowing nursery rhymes have a better developed sense
of phonemic awareness. A strong understanding of phonemic
awareness is an important first step in learning to read.
teaching of nursery rhymes helps children improve memorization
skills. Children enjoy being able to recite rhymes and after
learning a few they quickly learn to recite more.
|A Rhyme a Week|
|Finger Plays and Action Poems|
|Mother Goose Caboose|
|First Nursery Rhymes|
|Kindergarten Rhyme Time|
|Rhymes from Around the World|
|Mother Goose Express|
|Mother Goose Rebus Rhymes|
|Mother Goose Crafts|
|Mother Goose Society|
|Mother Goose Unit|
|Preschool Education Rhymes Arts & Crafts|
|Nursery Rhyme Land|
|Nursery Rhymes that Use the Alphabet|
|Nursery Rhymes that Use Numbers|
|Rhymes Sequencing Cards|