Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Winner Wednesday- Nursery Rhymes

Can you believe it is already June! This last school year flew by. I am currently enjoying my first week of summer vacation:) I am excited to link up with Jennifer and Sara J for Winner Wednesday. This month I would love to giveaway my Nursery Rhyme bundle. My kiddos really enjoyed our unit on Nursery rhymes this year and I am looking forward to using it again with my new kinders in the fall.
What is in this bundle... it is loaded with nursery rhyme fun. The bundle has 15 math and 15 literacy center activities that's 30 centers.. WHAT?!?!  Here are a few pics I snapped of my kiddos in action. I wish I had more pictures but we must've been SuPeR busy ha!!!
Initial sound sort with Hey Diddle, Diddle
Jack and Jill mirror letters
Emergent reader.. it is in the nursery rhyme extras freebie below!!
Humpty Dumpty sight word building
If you would like a chance to win this bundle just enter the rafflecopter below. Winners will be announced tomorrow!!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
 I added a few extras that my kiddos needed but didn't add them to the bundle so now you can have them as a little FREEBIE! Just click on the cover and grab the Google doc:)
Don't forget to head over to A Dab of Glue will Do or Sara J Creations for a chance to enter more giveaways. You can always link up and join the fun!!! I hope you all have a FABULOUS day and good luck!!!


  1. These are great! I love all of your pictures too. Thank you so much for linking up. Someone will be very lucky to win this.

  2. Such cute activities and great for any time of the year! Thanks for the chance to win!

  3. Love this! This would be fun to do with my daughters at home! Thanks for linking up.

    Sara J Creations

  4. Love this! What a great way to integrate nursery rhymes. Looks like some great activities. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Joya :)

  5. Love Nursery Rhymes. What a great way to do this with others at home.

  6. It is good to know about your unit on Nursery rhymes in the class. Hey, for the help regarding preschool collages, nursery rhymes, writing, reading plus other stuff for the kids you should consider having a glance at the free stuff at http://www.kidsfront.com/math/missing_number.html. You will find excellent resources for 1st to 8th grades. Personally I like using their online tests in the class.