Nursery rhymes are an important part of a child's development as they help them to learn the language, rhythm, and other important literacy skills. They also help to introduce them to music in an enjoyable way. Nursery rhymes can also help to build memory, encourage creativity and help to develop social and emotional skills. In addition, they can provide a great bonding experience between parents and children, helping to create a positive and loving relationship. The "Learn Fruits with Johnny Johnny, Yes Sister and Brother" rhyme is a fun and educational way to teach young children about different fruits. The rhyme goes like this: "Jonny Jonny yes sister, what have you got today? An apple, an orange, a banana, too, if you like it that way!" As the rhyme progresses, it lists different types of fruits such as an apple, blueberries, bananas, and oranges. By chanting this rhyme, children learn to identify different types of fruits and associate them with fun and familiar nursery rhymes. The rhyme is a great way to teach children about healthy eating habits and the importance of incorporating different types of fruits into their diets. They learn the names of the fruits and the colours they come in. They also learn that some fruits grow on trees, while others grow on vines. The rhyme encourages kids to explore the world of fruits and their many colours and flavours.