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Which is the best nursery rhyme?

#Nursery Rhyme
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I think the best nursery rhymes are the ones that are physically interactive, such as 'Round and round the garden, like teddy bear', and 'this little piggy went to market'. Some of my favourites, however, are 'The Grand Old Duke of York' and 'Humpty Dumpty'.
"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" is a favourite of mine, along with "Daddy's gonna by you a mocking bird" which is perfectly long and rhythmic which really helps little kids get to sleep.
I like the mocking bird song too, but I can only remember up to 'a diamond ring'.
I like 'Incy Wincy Spider' - the poor girl gets knocked to the ground, but she gets back up again. Valuable lesson there, and it portrays creepy crawlies in a positive light - though they can be dangerous - they also play an instrumental role in our environment. Besides, interactive and fun to sing.
by Vee
Hickory Dickory Dock the mouse ran up the clock!

I love it, because that's what mice do...they run up and down things, so it is a very visual Nursery Rhyme for a child.
Humpty Dumpty - has a ring to it
Baa Baa Black Sheep because it ends with sharing and caring.
1, 2, buckle my shoe!!!
'Ring a ring a rosie' & 'little Miss Muffett'......had to trawl that info well & truly out of the 'memory bank'! Lol!
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