Have you forgotten a well-known nursery rhyme to sing with the children? Well, here are three well-known nursery rhymes to sing.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is a well-known nursery rhyme because it’s a brilliant and straightforward nursery rhyme and lets children know where stars show up at night; also, the nursery rhyme uses adjectives to describe what the stars do at night. The benefits of children singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star will improve children’s memory skills, such as quickly remembering the nursery rhyme because of the repetition used. The other benefit is that it’ll help children understand what literacy language is used (e.g. verbs, adjectives, nouns, etc.).
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Row, Row, Row, Row Your Boat uses verbs such as rowing, identifying what actions children should be doing while singing the nursery rhyme. Children doing those movements will develop their motor skills, and also the nursery rhyme will develop children’s language skills by recognising the literacy language used in the nursery rhyme.
The alphabet song is an exercise for children to memorise the letters in the alphabet, making it beneficial for children to gain memory skills. Learning the alphabet will also expand the children’s self-confidence by being able to know their ABCs.