Jack and Jill may have gone up a hill, but you won’t have to work that hard if you use the educational resources on Bright Hub when planning your lessons. Teaching nursery rhymes provides students with a chance to discover new vocabulary words and practice rhyming skills. It's also a whimsical activity that children love. Our experts have written lessons on specific nursery rhymes that provide methods such as finger plays and crafts. Parents, preschool teachers and daycare providers who take advantage of these resources just may hear the children say, “Twinkle, Twinkle, You’re a Star!”
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