Baa Baa Black Sheep… Nursery Rhyme

BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP

DID YOU KNOW THAT?

The earliest surviving version of Baa Baa Black Sheep dates from 1731.

Here is my story sequencing version of the popular nursery rhyme…

Get your kids to put the story cards in the correct order on the grid.

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What you can teach with this exercise

Sentence structure

“Have you (got) any wool”

“Three bags full”

“One for my master” etc…

vocabulary

Sheep, black, wool, bags, master, dame.

Click the link below to download this FREE activity

BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP

Sing along everybody… ☺

Will the sheep be able to find the wool?

BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP LINE TRACING
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP LINE TRACING

Colour in and trace the lines to help them find the wool.

Click below for this FREE bonus activity

HELP THE THREE SHEEP

BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP CUT OUT

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Have fun…  😊

 

 

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