What do you see? Do you know this character?. What do you see NOW?

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  • What do you see?Do you know this character?

  • What do you see NOW?

  • Now, do you know this character?

  • Who is it?

  • THINKWhat can you tell us about Mother Goose?

    Mother Goose is often referred to as the mother of nursery rhymes.

    You usually see her picture on the cover of acollection of nursery rhymes.

  • THINK

    What are some nursery rhymesthat you know? Some examples of nursery rhymes are: Humpty DumptyMistress MaryHickory Dickory DockBaa Baa Black Sheep

  • Look at these illustrations. What nursery rhymes are these characters from?

    How can you tell?

  • Are these pictures from the past or the present? How can you tell?

  • Hi, my name is Mother Goose. Now we are going to read some rhymes from my book that was written in 1901.

    Is that past or present? How do you know?

  • NOWAre you READY to..

    LET LOOSE WITH MOTHER GOOSE?

    The first nursery rhyme we will read is about someone who falls off a wall

  • THINK!

    Is this Humpty Dumpty rhyme different from the Humpty Dumpty rhyme you have read before?

    How has Humpty Dumpty changed over time?

  • Do you know who I am?

    Do you know what I am thinking?

    Why do I look like this now?

    How am I feeling?

    Why?

  • Well, I just talked to my friend, Humpty and he feels all better now.

    I hear you study about weather! Do you know a nursery rhyme that has to do with the weather?

  • There are so many different ways to say, "Rain, Rain Go Away!Do you think you could write your own version of Rain, Rain Go Away?

  • Well, Im so glad the weather cleared up. Everyone knows that rain helps THE GARDEN GROW. Hmmthat makes me think of our next nursery rhyme. Can anyone predict what nursery rhyme it will be?

  • THINKIs this Mary Quite Contrary rhyme the same as what you have heard or read?

    How has it changed or stayed the same?

  • Well, kids its about time to finish up our exploration of nursery rhymes from the past.

    Oh myspeaking of timedont you learn about telling time in school?

    What nursery rhyme reminds you of telling time?

  • THINKIs this the same as the nursery rhyme youve read or heard before? How has it changed or stayed the same over time?

  • Okay before I go, I want you to THINK! Are all these nursery rhymes weve shared from the past or the present?

    Have they changed over time? Why or why not?

    Now all my friends I would like to say thank you and keep learning!

  • Past and PresentDescribe how these characters might be different than the characters you know.

  • I feel great now! Youve been SUPER!Great job! Keep learning and growing!

    Ive had so much fun with you!DingDong, time to run along!

  • Guerin, F. W. (c1902).[2 children on fountain wall, under umbrella in rain].Library of Congress:Prints & Photographs. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 1).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 14).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 15).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 16).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 25).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room.

  • Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 36).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 37).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 44).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 67).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room. Unknown. (n.d.).Denslow's Mother Goose: Being the Old Familiar Rhymes and Jingles of Mother Goose / Edited and Illustrated by W.W. Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips, 1901. (Image 71).Library of Congress:Research Centers,Rare Books & Special Collections Reading Room.