Fun rhyme for the season

Here’s a rhyme that will help young children with their colors while also having fun for the season.  I’m pretty sure I learned it from a librarian (absolutely the best sources in the world!); use color felt pieces or anything else that would represent those colors mentioned.

Rudolph! Rudolph! What will you do?  You can’t guide Santa is your nose if BLUE.

Rudolph! Rudolph!  You’re such a silly fellow.  Who will know it’s you if your nose is YELLOW.

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  Your way cannot be seen through the wintry weather if your nose is GREEN.

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  Santa gave a wink, but what do you think he’ll say if your nose is PINK?

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  It’s time to fly at night.  You can’t get through the snow if your nose is WHITE.

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  It’s time to go to town but you can’t help Santa if your nose is BROWN.

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  Santa has his sack.  But you’re not ready if your nose is BLACK.

Rudolph!  Rudolph!  The children are in bed.  And now we can get on our way because your nose is RED!

About Kathy

Senior Librarian, Children's Dept, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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