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The Sneezing

The Sneezing, is an English version of nursery rhymes, which is an educational rhyme for kids about having a sneeze. Teaching your kids about having a sneeze is one of the hardest task? Right! Now it’s time for your kids to hear and watch a rhyme about an elephant learning to sneeze properly by using […]

You Can Do It

You Can Do It, is an English version of nursery rhymes, which is a motivational rhyme for kids about keep moving forward. Remember when you rode your cycle for the first time? Were Scared? Right! Now it’s time for your kids to hear and watch a story about a girl learning to ride a cycle […]

The More We Get Together

The More We Get Together, is an English version of nursery rhymes, it’s tune was taken from a 1679 Viennese tune by Marx Augustin. A great rhyme teaching all the good things to kids about how we get happier being all together having each others company and how we should make more and more good […]

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty, is an English version of nursery rhymes. It originally came as a famous riddle which got recorded as a rhyme by James William Elliott in 1870. The Rhyme is portrayed as an egg who sat on a wall and had a great fall where after that it can’t be put altogether by anyone […]

Ring a Ring o’ Roses

Ring a Ring o’ Roses, is an English version of nursery rhymes. It first came in print around 1881 while a version was already being sung to the current tune in the 1790s. The famous English rhyme is known by almost every person because it has so many versions in different languages as well, where […]

Wash Your Hands

Wash Your Hands, is an English version of nursery rhymes. The rhyme is pretty popular and sung by little lovely kids. Kids get themselves dirty while playing and working while this rhyme keeps reminding them to clean their hands frequently removing germs and it also has pretty nice visuals for them to enjoy and learn […]

This Is The Way Rhyme

This Is The Way, is an English version of nursery rhyme and a singing game. The rhyme was first recorded by James Orchard Halliwell in mid-19th century as a great starter for an energetic morning. A singing game which you can learn and sing along with your kids while getting them ready for school. Besides […]

Wheels on the Bus

Wheels on the Bus, is an English version of nursery rhymes. The words and melody were first published at once by Verna Hills in America in 1939. Came as a perfect rhythm for every kid that was travelling in a bus as the song which is all about a bus having lovely passengers all singing […]

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