A Little Seed Rhyme

A Little Seed – a printable nursery rhyme – great for group sentence and word reconstruction activities.

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  • Lyrics and Sentence / Word Rebuilding Activities…..
  • Includes:
    • A4 full rhyme page,
    • Large Print pages,
    • Large Print sentence/line cut out pages,
    • Large Print word cut out pages.
  • Add to your Rhyme Activity Box (collection of all of our rhymes laminated and cut up for children to reconstruct for group / individual literacy activities)


A Little Seed Rhyme - D'Nealian

A Little Seed Rhyme - Zaner-Bloser

How to use this teaching resource

  • I would have a Nursery Rhyme Box which was used for independent or group work literacy activities.
  • A new rhyme was introduced every 1 or 2 weeks  HERE ARE THE STEPS I USED WITH NURSERY RHYMES…..
  • STEP 1.    WHOLE CLASS PLAYING WITH WORDS.…Use the larger print laminated charts to read the poem together as a class – use this time to PLAY WITH WORDS – circle sounds / letters / punctuation / rhyming words etc using whiteboard markers – have fun with this and look for all those wonderful word patterns…..
  • STEP 2.   INDEPENDENT PLAYING WITH WORDS:  Print a copy of the A4 smaller version (print in grayscale if don’t want to do colour for each child) for each child.   They then circle and colour all the sounds / letters / rhyming words etc as your talk them through – they glue this into their Rhyme Books.
  • STEP 3.   WHOLE CLASS RHYME RECONSTRUCTION:  Have the larger versions laminated and cut up ready to use in a whole class circle session where each child is given sentences / words – as a class – they reconstruct the rhyme one sentence / word at a time with children taking turns to come out and put their sentence / word down.
  • STEP 4.  RHYME BOX LITERACY ACTIVITY  :   Place this cut up version (with the full version for reference – I would normally place one of the smaller A4 versions in with the cut up versions and keep one of the larger full charts on a wall or in a larger class rhyme book used at silent reading time ) into the Rhyme Box to be used during literacy activity time.
  • Hope this break down of how I used these – helps
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