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Friday, January 17, 2020

Rhyme Enactment by Nursery Section at Witty World, Udaipur

Three men in a tub
And who do you think they may be?
The Butcher, the Baker, the Candle stick maker,
Turn them out, Knaves all three.'

                 Imagine a world of words with no rhyme, you will agree upon the role of rhymes in taking the first step towards reading — generating curiosity and interest — at the very least! 
Enacting a rhyme is a great way of getting into the skin of the character. It also provides an opportunity for dramatizing, emoting and empathizing. On Friday, January 17, 2020 children of Nursery class at Witty World, Udaipur had great fun enacting the popular rhyme “Rub-a-Dub-Dub”. They came dressed as designated characters of the rhyme, so we had a Butcher, a Baker and a Candlestick maker who brought the poem alive for the entire class. Re-discovering the poem through actions was evident throughout the day. They enjoyed the character they were in and enacted the same as the rhyme, using different types of props. Children enjoyed the experience of singing the rhyme with the three men.



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