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Free Nursery Rhyme Coloring Pages and Sheet Music

Updated on January 28, 2013

Nursery rhyme coloring pages and sheet music are great ways to introduce kids to classic literature. With federal educational mandates pressuring teachers to "teach to the test," a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of literature as an art form is often lost. Here is your chance to turn things around. Print a coloring page and then read the related poem as they color. Print the piano sheet music and ask your piano teacher to teach them to play and sing it.

Making sure your kids are introduced to classic literature and develop a love for it begins with you. Congratulations parents for visiting this resource!

baa baa black sheep coloring page
baa baa black sheep coloring page

Free Nursery Rhyme Coloring Pages

Baa, Baa Black Sheep | Nursery Rhyme Coloring Page

Baa, baa, black sheep,

Have you any wool?

Yes sir, yes sir,

Three bags full.

One for my master,

One for my dame,

And one for the little boy

Who lives down the lane.

Baa, baa, black sheep,

Have you any wool?

Yes sir, yes sir,

Three bags full.

One for my master,

One for my dame,

And one for the little boy

Who lives down the lane.

georgie porgie coloring page
georgie porgie coloring page

Georgie Porgie | Nursery Rhyme Coloring Page

Georgie Porgie pudding and pie,

Kissed the girls and made them cry

When the boys came out to play,

Georgie Porgie ran away.

old king cole coloring page
old king cole coloring page

Old King Cole | Nursery Rhyme Coloring Page

Old King Cole was a merry old soul,

And a merry old soul was he;

He called for his pipe in the middle of the night

And he called for his fiddlers three.

Every fiddler had a fine fiddle,

And a very fine fiddle had he;

Oh there's none so rare as can compare

With King Cole and his fiddlers three.

Mother Goose Coloring Page
Mother Goose Coloring Page

Mother Goose | Nursery Rhyme Coloring Page

Mother Goose is an imaginary author of fairy tales and nursery rhymes.

Free Nursery Rhyme Sheet Music for Beginner Piano

Kids love to learn music that is familiar to them. Some of these songs are based on popular nursery rhymes, and others have just found there way into the standard repertoire of popular songs and rhymes for children. Whatever their source, they are sure to capture the interest of your young pianist.

Bingo for Piano Solo/Traditional

Hot Cross Buns for Piano Solo/Traditional

London Bridge for Piano Solo/Traditional

Mary Had A Little Lamb for Piano Solo/Traditional

Old MacDonald for Piano Solo/Traditional

Nursery Rhyme Quiz

Take the nursery rhyme quiz and test your knowledge of these classic rhymes.

Was the Mary we sing about in Mary Had A Little Lamb a real girl?

Yep! Her full name was Mary Sawyer, and and she lived way back in the 1800's. It was her brother that talked her into taking her lamb to school one day, school one day, school one day. The rest is history!

What were the first words that Thomas Alva Edison ever recorded?

The words to the poem Mary Had A Little Lamb.

The recording is available to listen to on MamaLisa.com

What are Hot Cross Buns?

A hot cross bun is a sweet spicy bun marked with a icing cross on the top. They are typically sold at Easter, in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ following His crucifixion on the cross. In the UK they are now sold all year round.

Where is the London Bridge?

If you said "London" you were right. However, there have been several bridges to occupy that spot over the River Thames in central London. One of the earlier ones is located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, and has been there since 1971. This London Bridge has become Arizona's second largest tourist attraction, after the Grand Canyon.

What was the original name for the song Happy Birthday?

The original name for the song Happy Birthday was Good Morning to All. Good Morning to All was written in 1893 by American Kindergarten teachers Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill. The song was originally written to be a song that would be easy for their students to sing. They enjoyed the song so much that they began spontaneously singing it at birthday parties. The lyrics were eventually changed to Happy Birthday.

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