"Row Row Row Your Boat” is a well-known English nursery rhyme sung in preschools all over the world. The earliest version of the rhyme was published in 1852, with the words very similar to those used in the modern version. Additional verses are often added by the people to either increase the length of the song or to make it more funny and entertaining.
Most of the commentators believe that the rhyme has actually arisen out of the American minstrelsy, (An American form of entertainment).
Action song – Singing is sometimes accompanied by actions. Players sit opposite one another and join their hands and then row forward and backward with joined hands.
Watch an animated video of the song and learn the lyrics.