Little Miss Muffet in Sign Language – A Simplified Version for Kids

You can’t go wrong with nursery rhymes AND visual effects!!

Your child will love this interactive (and simplified) version of little miss muffet using sign language for kids.

In this video you’ll learn 6 ASL signs: little, sat (sit), eating (eat), spider, frightened (scared), away.

*signed words pop up in pink.

Little Miss Muffet
Sat on her tuffet
Eating her curds and whey
Along came a spider
And sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away!

This is a great activity for babies, little kids, and big kids!

Enjoy!

Marcie

 

Meet the Author

Marcie Paige

Marcie Paige is an early communication and baby sign language strategist who give’s frustrated moms like YOU, the tools to stop tantrums, build confidence and replace crying with communication. To start teaching your baby sign language right away, check out her signature program: Adventures In Baby Signing – A beginners guide to using baby sign language to connect & communicate with confidence.

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  • Jen

    Adorable & so much fun. My daughter was language-delayed and used sign language for eat, more and other basic communication but we never learned songs and nursery rhymes. I would have loved to have access to these videos back then (she’s a very verbal 14-year-old now). Keep up the great work!!

  • Oh this is lovely! Thank you so much for this great post! :-)

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