Humpty Dumpty

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Humpty Dumpty


Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme theme lesson plans, ideas and printables for preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classrooms.

Humpty Dumpty Books

Literacy Activities

Alphabet Clothespin Activity
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This activity incorporates development of fine motor skills as well as letter identification. Both upper and lowercase versions of the game are included. The alphabet clothespin activity is included in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Alphabet Ouch! Game
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Available in both black and white and color, this is a fun game that reinforces letter identification skills. The alphabet Ouch! game is included in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below. The game also includes two black and white recording sheets, one for upper and one for lowercase letters.

Alphabet T-Charts
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The alphabet t-charts in both black and white and color will provide students with visual discrimination practice. You can find the alphabet t-charts in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Humpty Dumpty Pocket Chart
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The pocket chart set will reinforce concepts of print such as left to right, return sweep, one-to-one correspondence, simple sight words and more. This activity is available in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Humpty Dumpty Story Sequence Pictures
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Have students cut and glue the pictures from the rhyme in the correct sequence on construction paper. Both three and four part sequence pictures are available to meet the needs of your students. While I am not a big fan of worksheets this activity can be good tool to measure comprehension, sequence of events, and the ability to follow directions. This activity is included in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Humpty Dumpty Word Wall Cards and Chart
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The printable word cards can be used to support vocabulary development and comprehension; place the cards in a pocket chart or on your word wall. The word chart can be used to support your emergent writers. Make the charts available to your students during independent writing time. The chart and cards are available in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Humpty Dumpty Math Activities

Path Games
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This set of 3 path games can help build number sense and one to one correspondence skills. One individual linear path, one group linear path, and one complex group path game are included. All three games are available in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Humpty Dumpty Positional Words Printable Book
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Where is Humpty Dumpty? This printable book is quick and easy to assemble (no cutting required) and will provide your student with a fun and interactive way to practice prepositions or positional words. This positional words booklet is available in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Number Puzzle {1-10}
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Students will practice putting numbers in order 1-10. Included are two different puzzle mats, one with numbers for matching and one without numbers for those students who are ready for more of a challenge. The numbers puzzle is available in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

Number Ouch! Game
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The number Ouch! game is available in both black and white or color in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below. The Ouch! game can be played two ways, to practice identifying numbers 0-10 and also for identifying numbers 0-20. Also included are two printable recording sheets, one for each version of the game.

Humpty Dumpty Clothespin Numbers
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This activity incorporates development of fine motor skills as well as number identification. The clothespin number identification game includes two versions, one for identifying numbers 1-20 and another for identifying numbers 1-30. The number clothespin activity is included in the Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Packet located in the printables section below.

5 Day Humpty Dumpty Lesson Plan

Day 1:

  • Read Humpty Dumpty book to class.
  • Re-tell the rhyme using Humpty Dumpty flannel board.
  • Sing Humpty Dumpty song (see resources section below) Show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.

Day 2:

  • Read Humpty Dumpty book to class.
  • Introduce Humpty Dumpty pocket chart. Have one student come to front and point while whole class says rhyme.
  • Sing Humpty Dumpty song, show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.

Day 3:

  • Read Humpty Dumpty book to class, show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.
  • Humpty Dumpty pocket chart. Have one student come to front and point while whole class says rhyme.
  • Sing Humpty Dumpty song, show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.

Day 4:

  • Read Humpty Dumpty book to class
  • Humpty Dumpty pocket chart. Have one student come to front and point while whole class says rhyme.
  • Sing Humpty Dumpty song, show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.

Day 5:

  • Humpty Dumpty Hunt (see activity below)
  • Read Humpty Dumpty book to class.
  • Humpty Dumpty pocket chart. Have one student come to front and point while whole class says rhyme.
  • Sing Humpty Dumpty song, show the book and turn the pages as you sing the song.
  • Act out rhyme with entire class.

Humpty Dumpty Activities

Humpty Dumpty Hunt
Humpty Hunt 1
Humpty Hunt 2
Materials: white posterboard, scissors, markers, band-aids.
Draw a large oval shape on white posterboard and cut it out. Decorate the Humpty Dumpty shape with markers and place on your teaching easel or whiteboard. Refer to Humpty Dumpty each time you sing the rhyme for two weeks. The day before the end of your Humpty Dumpty unit, after the students have gone home, take the Humpty shape down and cut him into several pieces. Next take the pieces and place them around the school in places like the library, the cafeteria, the principal’s office etc. Arrange with the librarian, cafeteria workers, and principal to play along with you first ;) The next morning when the students enter the room refer to the Humpty Dumpty poster on the wall and exclaim “Oh my, where is my Humpty?”, ask all the students if they have seen him. Now move your hunt for Humpty out into the school building. After you have found all the pieces take the children back to class and brainstorm ways to “fix” Humpty since he has broken. Give each student a band-aid and ask them to come to the front and help you fix Humpty by bandaging him together.
Tip: Use novelty band-aids such as Dora or Arthur to add extra excitement. Once Humpty is all better hang him back on the wall so the students will always remember their adventure of finding Humpty scattered around the school.

Humpty Dumpty
Humpty Dumpty
Copy an oval shape onto white cardstock, one per child. Have students cut out ovals with scissors. Next, cut 4 red construction paper (arms and legs) strips per child, 2 inches wide. Accordion fold the red strips of construction paper and glue them to the back of the oval for the arms and legs. Decorate oval with crayons.

Act Out the Rhyme
Draw a large oval on the white posterboard using a marker. Cut out the large oval and decorate with markers. Use the scissors to cut a circle in the top of the oval where Humpty’s face belongs. Have each student come to the front and place his or her face through the hole, sit on a chair or cardboard bricks and act out the story as the rest of the class sings or chants the rhyme.

Printable Nursery Rhyme Resources

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Humpty Dumpty Literacy and Math Activity Packet {86 pages} $8
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