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 is a brightly colored insect.
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 was raining outside. Also, the
Where Is Thumbkin is a traditional fingerplay song for children.This song has first appeared in the Barney In Concert.The song uses the same music as Frere Jacques (in French). Frere Jacques is one of the most popular lullabies which is also known as Brother John (in English). This
Miss Polly Had A Dolly is one of the old nursery rhymes about Miss Polly who had a sick doll. This song is being sung by the mothers when their children are ill. The origins and author of this rhyme are still unknown. This song
Ring around the Rosie is sung as a game for children. They form a ring around a person, who stands in the middle and sings the rhyme. Then, in the end, they stop or courtesy and whoever is the last person to do is, is
Baby finger song was most probably devised to teach the little children about their body parts. “One Little Finger” goes through various parts along with catchy lines. The origins of the poem are uncertain. This is an action poem, where the children are acting out the actions
I’m A Little Teapot song is one of the best American kids songs all around the world. This nursery rhyme depicts the heating and pouring of a teapot or a whistling tea kettle which has a spout. The song was originally written by George Harold Sanders and
Hickory Dickory Dock Poem is one of the most popular nursery rhyme in the English language. It is also known as “Hickety Dickety Dock”. This rhyme is believed to have originated from counting-out rhymes. Counting-out rhymes are those rhymes, that are used to count out a