Activities and Teaching Resources for
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, The Wheels on the Bus
and other much loved Nursery Rhymes
Resources for Parents
Resources for Teachers
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Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the King's horses and all the King's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.
Humpty Dumpty Jigsaw
Humpty Dumpty Memory and Other Card Games
Humpty Dumpty Wobbly Egg and Spoon Race
Humpty Dumpty Balloon Faces
Humpty Dumpty Picture to Colour
Fun Facts, Links and even more Activities
Humpty Dumpty Jigsaw
Print out and cut out Humpty Dumpty.
Put him back together again on the wall.
Humpty Dumpty Memory
and other Card Games
Print out the instructions and templates to
make these simple card games. These
games are suitable for children 3+ years
up to adulthood.
Humpty Dumpty Wobbly
Egg and Spoon Race
Print out the egg and spoon and either
laminate or stick onto cardboard.
It's then ready for the egg and
spoon race. Have fun!
Print out the balloon face parts. Let your
child have fun making up faces by sticking them
onto balloons. Just be aware that young children
need supervision with this activity as balloon
parts can be dangerous as they are a
possible choking hazard.
Picture to Colour
Colour in Humpty Dumpty.
Fun Facts, Links and even more Activities!
Humpty Dumpty Biscuit Game
Feel like making some Humpty Easter Biscuits. Practise playing the game then follow the recipe for these yummy biscuits.
Egg/Ball Toss Game
A suggestion for a very quick game to set up and play. Get an old egg carton some paper or newspaper and scrunch it into egg sized balls. Open up the egg carton and put it on the floor. You can then leave it as is or paint different colours into the different sections or put numbers in them. Then take it in turns trying to throw the balls into the right sections. Simple.
Here are some facts about eggs. Did you know that
One end of a chicken egg is larger than the other.
Eggs are laid by the female animals of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish.
The most popular egg for consumption by humans is the chicken egg. Due to their high protein content the United States Department of Agriculture categorizes eggs as meats.
In 2009 an estimated 62.1 million metric tons of eggs were produced by approx 6.4 billion hens.
The shell of an egg although hard has tiny pours that slowly absorb air. When an egg becomes very old it floats and should not be eaten.
The nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty originated from England and has been around since at least the mid eighteenth century. Again its origins are unsure and although we know Humpty Dumpty as an egg he did not start off as one. Suggestions of who or what Humpty Dumpty originally was are that he might have been one of the following - Richard III, a siege machine in the civil war, a type of alcoholic drink, a clumsy person or a cannon. Whatever he was then he is still a very popular nursery rhyme that has had games and stories written about him.
- Is a great site to find activities and cool tricks and illusions to do with eggs.
- If you like green eggs and ham then why not go to Dr Seuss's land of Seussville for games and fun.
- Another great storybook about eggs is The Emperor's Egg. Here is the online version.
- Wikipedia for everything you want to know about eggs.
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