Lesson Plan | English: Polly Put the Kettle On

Can a nursery rhyme be extended to teach reading, writing, opposites, vocabulary, extending patterns and graphing. If you thought “no way”, then you will be surprised when you check out the link given below.

Zoom Zoom Classroom has created thematic resources based on a nursery rhyme. If you want to use their worksheets, then you will need to purchase them from their store. If you don’t intend making a purchase, then scroll through the images they have uploaded; they give a good idea of how different concepts have been integrated into one rhyme.

Zoom Zoom Classroom – Polly Put the Kettle On

And, please do share your thoughts on the questions posed at the end of this post.

Kanchan Shine

Kanchan Shine

Passionate about everything related to education. I believe that the best kind of learning happens through play, experiments and fun! I love watching how children learn and love to implement play-based, hands-on teaching approaches. I get my thrill by planning activities for my children (6 yo girl & 3 yo boy) and watching them learn while having fun!

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