Meet the Finger Family and get to know your own hand a little bit better!
Our hands and fingers are unique. The sensitivity of our fingertips, the muscles and movement of our hands, and our opposable thumbs make our hands' handy tools. From birth, babies marvel at their hands which is why they wave them in front of their faces. Then slowly, children can master their fingers and hands, mastering their finger movements and achieving eye-hand coordination as they grow. Finger name songs are one of the many ways children can learn their finger names. This video is one of the finest nursery rhymes about fingers with a family featuring Daddy Finger as the thumb/first finger, Mommy Finger as the second finger, Brother Finger as the third finger, Sister Finger as the fourth finger and Baby Finger as the fifth finger. Learning to name fingers is more important than you have ever thought and when you get it done interactively, your kids are bound to love it!
The Timeless Classic: London Bridge Is Falling Down - A fun singing game that can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike
London Bridge is Falling is one of the most beloved nursery rhymes in the English language. It has been around for centuries and is a great way to introduce children to the history of London and its iconic bridge. The origins of the rhyme are unknown, but some believe it may date back to the 16th century. It is thought to be a reference to the frequent rebuilding of London Bridge, which was often destroyed by fire or floods. The song could also be a reference to the bridge's many repairs, as it was often damaged by boats passing underneath it. The song follows a simple AABB rhyme scheme and is usually sung in a round. It is often used as a counting game, where the players count down from 10, and then the bridge is said to have fallen. This is a great way to teach children numbers and counting. London Bridge is Falling is a great way to introduce children to the history of London and its iconic bridge. It is also a fun singing game that can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. So, why not give it a go and see if your family can get the bridge to fall?
The Muffin Man - The Popular Nursery Rhymes- Do you know the Muffin Man?
Muffin Man is one of the most popular nursery rhymes and is loved by children all around the world. The song tells the story of a Muffin Man who lives on Drury Lane in London and sells muffins to passersby. The song is usually sung in a call-and-response style, with one person asking, “Do you know the Muffin Man?” and the other person responds, “Yes, I know the Muffin Man.” The origins of the song are unclear, but some scholars believe it dates back to the early 19th century. The Muffin Man was a real person who sold muffins to people in London. He was so popular that he became the subject of several songs, including the one we now know as “The Muffin Man”. The song is a great way to teach children about rhyme and rhythm, as well as introduce them to the concept of buying and selling. It also encourages them to think about the importance of being polite and friendly to people, even strangers. The rhyme is often used as a game for children. One child, the "Muffin Man," stands in the middle of a circle of other children. The other children sing the song, and the Muffin Man has to try and catch one of them while they sing. The Muffin Man is a classic nursery rhyme that has been passed down through generations and is still enjoyed by children today.
Baby lily is trying hard to say sorry for all the mistakes he has been making. Even though it's hard for him to get the words out, his effort and cute little expressions are sure to make you forgive him in no time!
Baby Lily was playing with skates in her home while his brother was collecting the alphabets box and arranging them, and her sister was painting. He destroys her brother's box building and then says sorry. She messes up her sister's painting in the process but manages to apologize in the end. Even though her siblings are a bit disappointed, they forgive her and understand that she is sorry for what happened. At the end of the video, Lily helps her sister make the painting he spoiled, and her siblings are happy and proud of her. The video ends with a heartwarming message that even though it's hard to apologize, it's important to make an effort to say sorry when we do something wrong. This video is a great reminder for adults and children alike that apologizing is a necessary part of life and can lead to healthier relationships with our family, friends, and peers. So next time you make a mistake, remember that it's important to apologize and make an effort to put things right.