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Teach Your Child Alphabet Letter J With FREE Jack And Jill Song, Printable Coloring Pages And Activities!

Jack and Jill is the perfect nursery rhyme song to introduce the letter J to toddlers and preschoolers.


It’s also a great opportunity to teach children opposites.

In this case, UP and DOWN.


So, let’s get started.


First up, you are going to need to print the coloring pages.


I’m posting the coloring pages below.


Using the coloring pages, point to Jack and identify him by name, then point to Jill and identify her by name.


Here are some questions to ask your child:

  • What is the first letter in Jack and Jill’s name?
  • What letter comes before J in the alphabet?
  • What letter comes after J in the alphabet?
  • What are Jack and Jill doing in the pictures?
  • In the first picture, are Jack and Jill going UP or DOWN the hill?
  • In the second picture, are Jack and Jill going UP or DOWN the hill?
  • What are they carrying?
  • What do you fill a pail with?

Come to kids learn @ kiboomu daily, listen to the song and find coloring pages and games that go along with the song.


www.kiboomu.com

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