Create your own Mother Goose, Other Goose rhyme and drawing.
1. Click here to download and print the worksheet pages.
2. On the page titled “Mother Goose,” write a Mother Goose rhyme and draw a picture for it.
3. On the page titled “Other Goose,” write the Other Goose rhyme and draw a picture to go with it. Remember to give the Other Goose rhyme a title. Use pencils, crayons, markers, colored pencils, watercolors or tempera paints on your drawings. Have fun!
How to Rhyme
Identify the rhyming words in each Mother Goose rhyme:
Jack Sprat (1) could eat no fat (1),
His wife could eat no lean (2);
And so, betwixt them both,
They licked the platter clean (2).
Then create an Other Goose rhyme:
Ginny McVat (1) was a little too fat (1).
She tried and she tried to slim down (2).
But all of her efforts failed it seems
She couldn’t get into her gown (2).
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