Hey diddle, diddle the cat and the fiddle is a favorite nursery rhyme. And, because children are already familiar with nursery rhymes it is the perfect place to start when learning story sequencing.
This free nursery rhyme sequencing activity features the Hey Diddle Diddle rhyme in a fun pop-up card format. Making it a fun and hands-on way for kids to practice story sequencing.
This free Hey Diddle Diddle sequencing activity includes:
- Story Sequencing Cards
- Story Pieces
- Full-color version
- Black & white version for coloring and low-ink printing
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