Little Bo Peep is a well-known Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme.
The Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme tells the story of a young shepherd girl whose sheep have gone missing.
Little Bo Peep is a lot of fun to use when teaching a Nursery Rhyme theme unit to preschool and kindergarten children.
You can find the nursery rhyme lyrics to Little Bo Peep in our Songs and Lyrics section.
First, have the students listen to Little Bo Peep nursery rhyme song.
Nursery Rhyme Craft.
Once the Little Bo Peep song is finished, follow it up with really fun nursery rhyme craft to the class.
Sheep for Bo Peep!
This simple and easy-to-make Sheep craft is a ton of fun for preschoolers and kindergarten children to create, and just perfect for a Nursery Rhymes theme unit.
So, what are you waiting for?
Let’s make a Mother Goose nursery rhyme craft!
Craft items you will need:
- Cotton balls
- White and green paper
- Black marker
Have the children draw and cut out a small green patch of grass on green construction paper .
Next, have the children take a wide strip of white paper and staple the ends together, resembling a round cylinder shape. This will be the sheep.
Then, help the children staple the sheep to the green patch of grass.
After that, have the children glue cotton balls at the top and bottom of the sheep. This will be the sheep’s fur and feet.
Using a black marker, have the children draw a nose, eyes and mouth on the sheep.
Once done, have the children draw and cut out sheep ears from white paper and staple the ears to the sheep.
And, voila, the children have now made a Nursery Rhyme craft!
We hope you’ll find a lot of ways to use the Little Bo Peep song as a teaching tool at home or in the classroom with kids of all ages.