6 Nursery Rhymes We're in Love With

Rhymes were an integral part of our childhood. They made us fall in love with the idea of story-telling and literature. These days, the generation of kids is more inclined towards spending their time on different gadgets. Even though they’re listening to various rhymes, the memorable time that could be spent between a parent and child is slowly becoming a thing of the past.

Rhymes play a fundamental role in a child’s cognitive development. They boost early language development in kids and enhance their vocabulary. Hence, good rhymes cannot be looked over.

Let’s peek-a-boo into some of the most loved rhymes of all times

  • Twinkle, twinkle little star…

This irresistible and catchy tune makes it one of the most commonly recited rhymes in the world. The stars are our guiding light in life and just like diamonds, they’re utterly-valuable. 

Undeniably, a star is a metaphor to dream big in life and strive for greatness.

  • If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands…

Such a lovely piece of art that tells us to be happy and enjoy the little things in life. Like that precious moment when you hold your baby wrapped in a blanket. Most notably it teaches us to share our happiness with people. After all, happiness is doubled when shared.

  • Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream…

This rhyme tells us to keep moving forward in life no matter how many challenges come up on the way, and experience life to its fullest. 

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall…

A rhyme that opens our eyes to the fleeting nature of power and the risk that comes along with it. Humpty ascended to great heights and defied the rules of gravity, only to succumb to a fatal fall. This short and simple piece of poetry teaches us to be humble and grounded in life. Pride always leads to downfall.

  • Itsy bitsy spider climbed up the sprout…

One of the catchiest rhymes out there teaches us to be persistent in life and never give up, just like the little spider.

  • Ring-a-ring-o-roses’

Remember dancing merrily to this rhyme as a child? Well, you’ll be interested to know that this piece was written as a symbol of hope during the great plague in London during the 1660s. Posies are the fragrant flowers people carried to ward off the plague.

Rhymes open our doors to imagination and creativity. They are a doorway to the past and a treasure of vital lessons in life. Make sure to introduce your kids to this treasure, it will open up a whole new universe of possibilities for them and ignite their creativity.

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