What Is a Nursery Rhyme?


A nursery rhyme is a short rhyming song or story, usually designed for young children, such as those still living in a nursery. Typically, a nursery rhyme has simple vocabulary and a catchy rhyme. Children can quickly learn to sing along with a nursery rhyme, and nursery rhymes are often used to help young children build up their vocabulary.
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Some well-known nursery rhymes are London Bridge is Falling Down, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy Bitsy Spider, and Baa Baa Black Sheep.
A nursery rhyme refers to a short rhyming song or story, usually designed for young children. Nursery rhymes are traditional songs for young children in Britain which were first used in the 19th century. An example of a nursery rhyme song is the “Mother Goose Rhymes”.
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1. Read nursery rhymes from a book. Even if you have dozens of them memorized, reading to your child teaches her to follow along from left to right, exposes her to written words and
You can find nursery rhymes in any store that sales music. and you can also search the internet because there are sights that offer the music.
DIDDLE, diddle dumpling, my son John. He went to bed with his stockings on; One shoe off, and one shoe on, Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.
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