Kids will listen to traditional nursery rhymes, sing these silly rhyming poems, and find out what happens to Humpty Dumpty after he falls off the wall. From learning to count with “This Old Man,” and “Ten In The Bed,” to learning the alphabet with the “ABC Nursery Rhyme Game,” little ones will learn early literacy skills, language skills, and build memory capabilities. The repetition of Mother Goose rhymes is so important for children because they help with language acquisition and with speech development. And most importantly, nursery rhymes are fun to sing! The rhythm and repetition help young learners discriminate between sounds and develop the ear for the wonderful music of words! Over 20 nursery rhymes will engage young children and keep them singing them over and over again!
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