Rhyme Time: Making Learning Fun with Educational Rhymes

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Rhymes have been a routine for children, no one has ever thought of how are they contributing to their development. 

Rhymes are a fun way to learn. Along with fun, children can get many benefits with rhymes. 

  • During childhood, it’s a little difficult to memorise information and details that they observe. They need to exercise daily in order to increase their memorising ability. Rhymes can help children to memorise them and they make it easier for children to understand their memorising techniques better. Memorising techniques will be different for every child. It depends on kids how they want to memorise. Rhymes can be a great start to learn how to memorise. 
  • Rhymes are recited in a particular tune. They help in enhancing children’s pronunciation. The difficulty in pronouncing words can be eradicated when they try to learn and memorise them. Nursery rhymes teach children intonation and correct pronunciation. 
  • Children have to improve their communication skills gradually. Rhymes can be of a good help as children repeat after when they learn new rhymes. Whenever they have to tell the rhyme together with their peers, it assists with both active listening and also speaking skills. 
  • Rhymes can develop social skills. It is a fun activity to do with a group. They can enjoy when all the friends will be reading a rhyme at a time. 

Some of the rhymes that you can teach your kids which will be a good start. 

  1. 12345 Once I caught A fish Alive 

One, two, three, four, five,
Once I caught a fish alive,
Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
Then I let go again.

Why did you let it go?
Because it bit my finger so.
Which finger did it bite?
This little finger on the right

  1. A sailor went to the sea. 

A sailor went to sea, sea, sea

To see what he could see, see, see

But all that he could see, see, see

Was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea!

A sailor went to knee, knee, knee

To see what he could knee, knee, knee

But all that he could knee, knee, knee

Was the bottom of the deep blue knee, knee, knee!

Sea, sea, sea

A sailor went to chop, chop, chop

To see what he could chop, chop, chop

But all that he could chop, chop, chop

Was the bottom of the deep blue chop, chop, chop!

Knee, knee, knee

Sea, sea, sea

3. Baa, baa black sheep

Baa, baa black sheep

Have you any wool

Yes sir, yes sir

Three bags full.

One for my master

And one for my dame

And one for the little boy

Who lives down the lane.

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Tipparaju Bhavya https://bloomkids.co/

A digital marketing enthusiast here to create a world full of imagination for kids with stories, poems, rhymes.

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