Read Mary, Mary Quite Contrary aloud to your child. This nursery rhyme may have been inspired by the historical figure, Mary Queen of Scots. She was a very tall Queen, almost six feet tall, and had red hair! Talk about a garden that grows silver bells, cockle shells and pretty maids. Have your child imagine some silly flowers, and then draw a garden that shows what the flowers look like.

 
                               
           
                               
               
               
                                           
                                                               


mary, mary quite contrary
MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY Nursery Rhyme
Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
Silver bells and cockle-shells,
And pretty maids all of a row.

 

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Here are some free flower games and printable paper flower craft activities !

play a flower memory game
play a flowerl matching game
Mary Contrary Match

catch flowers for the Queen!
gathering roses free game
Gathering Roses

vintage flower art
free vintage flower clip art
Vintage Flower Clip Art


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