Christmas festival comes with lots of love and joy. It is a symbol of unity in diversity among all. Red, White and Green color comes in various forms of life which try to explain to us the beginning of a wonderful life. Red color indicates a love of our life which comes with many people. White is the color of an associated with positivity and Green color indicated energy while celebrating this festival. So let's begin with a story of Christmas why we celebrate this?
"Pop! Goes the Weasel" is a well-known nursery rhyme, which is often enjoyed by the kids and young children as a singing game. The melody is usually played in the jack-in-the-box (children's box). It is believed that the rhyme has been played as a singing game since the late nineteenth century in Britain. Various theories have been advanced to explain the meaning and origin of this joyful nursery rhyme.
"Baby Shark" is one of the most popular nursery rhymes and dancing songs. It is a joyful song about a family of sharks, Baby Shark, Mommy Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandpa Shark and Granny Shark. Though the song is designed for children, it is enjoyed by the adults as well because of its addictive, playful and upbeat music and fun lyrics.
Enjoy singing your school time favorite, "Yankee Doodle" along with your kids! It is a popular British-American song which marks its existence before the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution (1775-83). It is a revolutionary-era song, which is sung very patriotically in the United States of America. "Yankee Doodle" song has gained immense popularity and also holds pride in being the state anthem of Connecticut.
"Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush", also best-known as "This is the Way" or "Mulberry Bush" is kids' favorite nursery rhyme and singing game. Kids dance in a circle to musical accompaniment, such as singing.
"Hey Diddle Diddle", also popularly "Hi Diddle Diddle", "The Pig Jumped Over the Moon" or "The Cat and the Fiddle" is children's favorite song and English nursery rhyme. The melody associated to the rhymes was first recored by a popular nursery rhyme collector, James William Elliott in his 'National Nursery rhymes and Nursery Songs'. It is a funny kids song that keeps the little ones happy and entertained!
"Ding Dong Bell" also popularly known as "Ding Dong Dell" is a simple English nursery rhyme sung by kids and preschoolers in the preschools. They love to sing or recite the nursery rhymes and "Ding Dong Bell" with its simple words makes it easy for them to memorize the lyrics.
"A Tisket A Tasket" is another popular nursery rhyme and children's song, which originated in America. Although the songwriter is not known, it is believed that it was recorded in the late nineteenth century.
"If You Are Happy" is a best-known nursery rhyme and repetitive children's song from the United States. The rhyme is similar to a song named, "Molodejnaya" that appeared in the 1938 Soviet musical file, Volga-Volga.
"One Two Three Four Five" Â is one of the kids' favorite nursery rhymes and children songs. It is also a counting-out rhyme used to select one person from a group. The nursery rhyme also serves educational purpose and is a great tool for parents and teachers to help little learners recognize and memorize the numbers in a most fun-filled and entertaining way.
"Little Jack Horner" is the best-known English nursery rhyme. The melody of the rhyme is credited to composer and nursery collector, James William Elliott (an English collector of nursery rhymes), which is recorded in 'National Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs 1870'.
"Five Little Speckled Frogs" is a fun nursery rhyme for kids and children to enjoy. The song describes fun-filled adventure of frogs that involves diving, splashing and feasting on their favorite treats. It is truly a fun song to be enjoyed in preschools!
"Incy Wincy Spider", also popularly known as "Itsy Bitsy Spider" is one of the most popular nursery rhymes and fingerplays. This joyful rhyme describes how a spider goes up, comes downs and again climbs up the waterspout of a gutter system.
Have a good time singing your school time favorite nursery rhyme, "Jack and Jill" along with your kids!Â
"Jack and Jill" is a traditional English rhyme, which has Roud Folk Song Index number 10266. Â
"Hush Little Baby" is considered as the best-known traditional lullaby (cradle song) and nursery rhyme all over the world. This enduring and sweet rhyme is often sung to put toddlers and infants to sleep. The author of the rhyme is not known.
"Hickory Dickory Dock" or "Hickety Dickety Dock" is one of the best known English nursery rhymes for kids. The writer of this beautiful and sweet kids' song is not known. The earliest version of the nursery rhyme was published in 'Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song Book' in 1744.
"Row Row Row Your Boat" is a truly simple and sweet nursery rhyme, which you can enjoy with your little ones. The rhyme can leave the kids smiling and lift the spirits and keep them entertained during their leisure hours.
"London Bridge Is Falling Down", also best known as "My Fair Lady" and "London Bridge" is one of the children's favorite traditional nursery rhymes and singing games. The traditional song is found in several versions across the world.Â
"Humpty Dumpty", one of the best known English nursery rhymes, was earlier believed to be one of the riddles. Humpty Dumpty character in the rhyme is portrayed as a personified egg. The poem is listed in the Roud Folk Song Index as No. 13026.
"Mary Had a Little Lamb" is a nineteenth-century American origin traditional English nursery rhyme. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 7622. It is truly one of the most beloved kids' songs, which features an endearing tale of Mary and her little pet lamb.
"Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" is a popular English nursery rhyme and kids' song, which is sung to a variant of Ah! vous dirai-je, maman, a French melody. It is a traditional children's nursery rhyme and one of the most popular kids' songs and nursery rhymes of all time! Â
Have a blissful time singing the good old rhyme, "Johny Johny Yes Papa". It is a short and simple nursery rhyme about a young boy named Johny, who is confronted by his dad for eating sugar. There is a simple and sweet moral in the story, which is that one's little ones should not lie.