Old MacDonald - Jigsaw Puzzle
Old MacDonald - Jigsaw Puzzle
Old MacDonald - Jigsaw Puzzle

Old MacDonald - Jigsaw Puzzle

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“Old MacDonald had a farm….E-I-E-I-O!” You can’t help but finish this beloved nursery rhyme that has been around since the early 1900’s. The earliest version of this song came out in 1917 where the line originally said, “Old MacDougal had a farm in Ohio-i-o,” eventually changing to the familiar song of today. Enjoy Old MacDonald’s farm as you find his farm animals, the sounds they make and maybe a few hidden letters in Eric’s painting of Old MacDonald.

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Old MacDonald


  • 1 Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O. And on this farm he had a (animal) E-I-E-I-O. With a (sound) here and a (sound) there, Here a (sound), there a (sound) Everywhere a (sound), Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O!
  • 2 Weathervanes help farmers know the direction of the wind and the first recorded one is from 139 BC in China.
  • 3 The windmill converts wind into a power source like electricity, or pumping water.
  • 4 Horses go “Neigh”
  • 5 Old MacDonald welcomes you with a “Howdy y’all!”
  • 6 Goose go “Honk”
  • 7 Mrs. MacDonald says “Howdy friend!”
  • 8 The original song had only seven animals listed. How many animals do you see?
  • 9 MacDonald’s daughter loves driving the tractor.
  • 10 Peacocks go “Eeiuu”
  • 11 “Boo!” goes the scarecrow.
  • 12 Crows go “Caw, caw”
  • 13 Seagulls go “Hawhawhaw”
  • 14 Cows go “Moooooo”
  • 15 Cats go “Meow”
  • 16 What sound do you think goldfish make?
  • 17 Donkeys go “Hee-Haw.”
  • 18 Turkeys go “Gobble, gobble, gobble”
  • 19 Frogs go “Ribit”
  • 20 Chickens go “Cluck, cluck”
  • 21 Sheep go “Baa, baa”
  • 22 This is Old MacDonald’s grandson who loves hearing all the farm animal sounds.
  • 23 Ducks go “Quack”
  • 24 Pigs go “Oink, oink, oink”
  • 25 Dogs go “Ruff, ruff, ruff” or “Bark, bark”
  • 26 Mice go “Squeak”
  • 27 Llamas go “Buh-waaa” or “Hmm”
  • 28 Roosters go “Cock-a-doodle-doo!”