Old mother hubbard nursery rhyme pictures

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old mother hubbard nursery rhyme pictures

Old Mother Hubbard by Jane Cabrera

For my nursery rhyme book I chose Old Mother Hubbard. This book is about an elderly woman who goes to the store to buy her dog a bone and she ends up buying him all sorts of other items like a hat, a wig, a coat, etc. but she never comes back with the bone. Whenever she comes back from the store with one of her purchases she always catches the dog doing something funny like riding a goat, dancing, reading the newspaper, etc. Finally at the end of the book she goes to give the dog his supper and she presents him with his bone. Teachers can use this book as an educational tool to help teach children rhyming schemes. The pictures in the book are painted and look like a child painted them which I think will help children to relate to it. Also, because the book is so funny it will keep the interest of the children throughout the entire story. Since the words in the book rhyme the children will also be able to remember the story better.
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"OLD MOTHER HUBBARD" nursery rhyme

Old Mother Hubbard

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And so the poor dog had none. She went to the baker's To buy him some bread, When she came back The dog was dead. She went to the undertaker's To buy him a coffin, When she came back The dog was laughing. She took a clean dish To get him some tripe. When she came back He was smoking his pipe. She went to the ale-house To get him some beer, When she came back, The dog sat in a chair.

And so the poor dog had none. She went to the baker's To buy him some bread, When she came back The dog was dead. She went to the undertaker's To buy him a coffin, When she came back The dog was laughing. She took a clean dish To get him some tripe. When she came back He was smoking his pipe.

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Each 'Old Mother Hubbard' nursery rhyme picture is individually made. They are perfect to mark the occasion of births, Christenings, naming days, birthdays Each one is numbered and signed by the illustrator, Ruth Calladine. The nursery rhyme runs around the edges of the central image and reads 'Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard To get her poor doggy a bone When she got there the cupboard was bare And so the poor doggy had none'. Combine Funguy the Little Doggy with one of four background colours: pink, lilac, blue or green. You can choose from a hand-painted white or natural wood frame. Complete your gift with the perfect finishing touch - your own personalised message mounted on to the reverse of the frame.

The exact origin and meaning of the rhyme is disputed. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of Old Mother Hubbard Went to the cupboard, To give the poor dog a bone; But when she got there The cupboard was bare, And so the poor dog had none. This is followed by a series of quatrains relating Mother Hubbard's further ventures. The number of them varies in different publications and sometimes only the first verse above has been given. Harris of London on June 1, , although she claimed that she only drew the accompanying illustrations. The edition of the Mother Hubberd rhyme was further subtitled "In which is shewn the wonderful powers that good old lady possessed in the education of her favourite animal".

Old Mother Hubbard Went to the cupboard, To give the poor dog a bone; When she came there, The cupboard was bare, And so the poor dog had none. She went to the baker's To buy him some bread; When she came back The dog looked dead! She went to the joiner's To buy him a coffin; When she came back The dog was laughing. She went to the fruiterer's To buy him some fruit; When she came back He was playing a flute. She went to the tailor's To buy him a coat; When she came back He was riding a goat. She went to the hatter's To buy him a hat; When she came back He was feeding her cat.

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