Thursday, September 4, 2014

Fall Rhymes for Preschoolers (with Printable Booklets)

 
 Help your preschoolers celebrate Fall with the following three rhymes, written by me. I have created a printable booklet to accompany each rhyme, all of which are free to download and yours to share!


On their branches, apples hang.
In their patches, pumpkins sleep.
Under oak trees, acorns drop.
From the treetops, red leaves leap.
We like to see these signs of Fall,
our favorite season of them all!




Down around the corner
By the big oak tree
Sat three little acorns
looking so yummy!
Along came a squirrel
with a big bushy tail.
She took one acorn
And ran off down the trail.

(Repeat with  two and one acorns)





Four little pumpkins round
Sat on the cold, cold ground
Out there in my big pumpkin patch
Emma came walking by
Picked one to bake a pie
Then there were three little pumpkins round.

Three little pumpkins round
Sat on the cold, cold ground
Out there in my big pumpkin patch
Tommy came riding by
Picked one to bake a pie 
Then there were two little pumpkins round.

Two little pumpkins round
Sat on the cold, cold ground
Out there in my big pumpkin patch
Lily came skipping by
Picked one to bake a pie
 
Then there was one little pumpkin round

One little pumpkin round
Sat on the cold, cold ground
Out there in my big pumpkin patch
Jeffrey came skating by
Picked it to bake a pie 
Then there were no more pumpkins round.
The End. 


(*Note: This rhyme can also be sung to the tune of Five Green and Speckled Frogs.)

4 comments :

  1. Was only able to access "Signs of Fall" but it's great. Thanks!!

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    1. Thanks, Joyce. I fixed the links to the others - they each had a weird typo.

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