Category Nursery Rhymes

Here is an amazing collection of nursery rhymes for preschoolers. Read from hundreds of poems for preschoolers. Enjoy reading.

Happy Birthday Song Lyrics

happy birthday to you song

Happy Birthday to You Song which is also known as Happy Birthday is a song traditionally sung to celebrate the anniversary of a person’s birth. This song became one of the most popular songs in the English language in the…

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There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly

there was an old lady who swallowed a fly

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly Song is the amazing rhyme and song for kids. Three versions of this song were made in December 1947. In the later years in 1953, it was released on Brunswick Records…

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The Animal Sounds Song

animal sounds song

The Animal Sounds Song is an amazing educational song which is used by the parents and teachers to teach the children the basic sounds animals make. It is considered to be one of the best ways to make your child aware…

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A Sailor Went To Sea

a sailor went to sea

A Sailor Went to Sea is a children’s nursery rhyme, clapping game, and jump-rope rhyme. It was initially named as ‘My Father Went to Sea’. But in later times, it became popular as ‘A Sailor Went to Sea’. It is…

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Cobbler, Cobbler

nursery rhymes for children

This is one of the best nursery rhymes for children called “Cobbler, Cobbler” for the children. This is a popular rhyme amongst the age group of 0 to 4. Also, read Bingo Song. Cobbler Cobbler is one of the most popular…

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Ladybug Ladybug Song

ladybug ladybug

Ladybug Ladybug is a poem written in the English language. In Britain, it is known as “Ladybird, Ladybird“. The oldest version of this poem can be found in “Tommy Thumb’s Pretty Songbook” (Vol.2), which was published in 1744. Ladybird or Ladybug…

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The Queen Of Hearts

the queen of hearts

The Queen Of Hearts is a nursery rhyme written in the English Language. It is based on the characters in the deck of playing cards. Originally this nursery rhyme had a few more stanzas, like “The King of Clubs”, “The King…

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Its Raining Its Pouring

its raining its pouring

This is It’s Raining It’s Pouring Nursery Rhyme for kids. The origins of this poem are not clear. But it is believed to have its origins in England. This poem is known to be sung by little children when it…

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Oranges and Lemons Rhyme

oranges and lemons

Oranges and Lemons is a popular nursery rhyme in the English Language. This poem is most commonly sung in the manner of a game. This game comprises of all the bells in the churches in or close to the city…

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There’s A Hole In The Bucket

there's a hole in the bucket

The poem There’s a Hole in The Bucket is a children’s song. This poem follows the dialogue between two children; Henry and Liza. As the title suggests, the poem is a leaky bucket. The entire poem follows the children discussing…

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The Grand Old Duke of York

grand old duke of york

The Grand Old Duke Of York is also known as The Noble Duke of York. This rhyme is written in the English language. The origins of this poem can be found in the Battle of Wakefield which happened in England in…

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Little Jack Horner Nursery Rhyme

little jack horner nursery rhyme

Little Jack Horner Nursery Rhyme is one of the most popular nursery rhymes in the English Language. The melody for the most popular version of this poem was composed by James William Elliot in his National Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs. The…

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Yankee Doodle Song

yankee doodle song

Yankee Doodle Song is a well know American song. This song is often sung patriotically and is the State Anthem for Connecticut. The earliest versions of this song go back to the Seven-Year’s war and the American Revolution. The melody…

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This Old Man Song

this old man song

This Old Man Song is a traditional nursery rhyme and was first published in the year 1906. It is considered to be one of the oldest songs which help the children in understanding the counting. This nursery rhyme has first appeared…

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