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Best Nursery Rhymes For Children

Updated on September 9, 2012
Three Blind Mice
Three Blind Mice

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Itsy Bitsy Spider Climbed Up The Water Spout
Itsy Bitsy Spider Climbed Up The Water Spout

Nursery Rhymes - For Young and Old, Big and Small

Three Blind Mice, Three Blind Mice...

Do you remember the days growing up with family, friends and sibling singing your favourite nursery ryhmes? Even though it may have been such a long time ago, we should always still treasure those happy moments in life, the times where our learning years were only beginning. Now it's time we pass on the same unforgettable nursery rhymes to the young ones of today and help them share in the fun and love.

Boy or girl, there are plenty of nursery rhymes to go around. Nursery rhymes are an important step for when children are growing up. It helps them develop a sense of music in their lives, assist with their ability to communicate, and provides happiness and confidence when they sing nursery rhymes with family and friends, especially at school.

So what are the more popular nursery rhymes around the world these days?

I've compiled a list of some of the more popular and fun nursery rhymes recommended for young children to sing and learn when growing up.

Fun Nursery Rhymes

Georgie Porgie

I'm A Little Tea Pot

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat

Three Blind Mice

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Hickory Dickory Dock


If you're every looking for something to share with your child, nursery rhymes are great. As adults, it brings back fond memories of our childhood and to be able to share these great melodies with our children, we're able to teach them and show them what we grew up with.

Nursery rhymes have always been seen as a way to help children develop so why not continue the tradition and teach your children, sing along with them, and encourage them to learn the nursery rhymes just as you did when you were at school.

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