Rhymers Are Readers: The Importance of Nursery Rhymes by KBYU Eleven Ready To Learn





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Published on Mar 10, 2011


Rhymers are Readers: The Importance of Nursery Rhymes: They're fun, children love them, and they provide a warm nurturing experience between parent and child. Songs and rhymes for young children have been passed down for generations. This workshop creates an awareness of the enormous educational value of nursery rhymes and informs parents and caregivers how to use them as a teaching tool.

This workshop includes the following sections: Learning Triangle Activity Sheet Why Is This Important to My Child? What Can I Do for My Child? Book List, Activities, Additional Resources. http://kbyutv.org/kidsandfamily/ready...

Programs featured in this Ready To Learn® Workshop are:
• Sesame Street clips courtesy of Sesame Workshop
• Teletubbies clip courtesy of Ragdoll Ltd
• Barney and Friends clip courtesy of HIT Entertainment and Connecticut Public Television
Children's Books featured in this Ready To Learn® Workshop are:
• My Crayons Talk by Patricia Hubbard
• More Mother Goose by Tomie dePaola
• You Are My Sunshine adapted by Steve Metzger

Special Thanks - KBYU Eleven gratefully acknowledges the following individuals and organizations that contributed to the design and creation of this workshop and the thousands of workshop participants whose questions and suggestions inspired our work: Stephanie Anderson,Carrie Allen Baker, Barbara Leavitt, Aubrey McLaughlin, Theresa Robinson, Public Broadcasting Service, and United Way of Utah County.


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