Singing games


Peekaboo is probably the most popular game played with infants and toddlers. Before singing the song, one player hides its face, then reveals it while shouting Peekaboo! This action is repeatedly made, sometimes followed by …

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Baby Shark Dance

The Baby Shark Dance was originally a campfire song. The Baby Shark song gained a new audience and massive popularity when German singer Alemuel uploaded a video of “Kleiner Hai”online, a German version of the …

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Wind the Bobbin Up

“Wind the Bobbin Up” is a nursery rhyme and one of the favorites singing games and gesture-play songs for children, dating back to the late 19th century, England. Besides the fact that “Wind the Bobbin …

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The Muffin Man

“The Muffin Man” is a traditional nursery rhyme and singing game dating back to early nineteenth-century, England. The rhyme, first recorded in 1820, tells the story of a muffin man from Drury Lane, an overpopulated …

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Ten Green Bottles

“Ten Green Bottles” is a modern nursery rhyme and counting song very popular among children especially in United Kingdom. It is one of the easiest way to teach the children the countdown. The funniest way …

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See Saw Margery Daw

“See Saw Margery Daw” is a traditional language nursery rhyme and folksong dating back to the 18th century England. The lyrics as known today were first recorded in the Mother Goose’s Melody collection (1765, London) …

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