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Kids are taught certain traditional poems or songs at the nursery level. These are called nursery rhymes whose lyrics are written to rhyme, and are set to lovely tunes - which are immensely enjoyable for children. These musical melodies also double up as learning aids for kids, for vocabulary building and fundamental counting skills. These are also taught to children with certain actions and dancing steps, to develop their motor skills.

Kids all over the globe develop up on these melodious songs. These songs linger in their minds, to become an intrinsic component of their life and character in later years. They are mostly passed down the generation from parent to child or teacher to student - orally. Nevertheless the most well-liked among these are in the English language. The most well known amongst them, have their roots in 17th century Europe. Some are even older. For instance, "Sing a song of six pence", goes down to the middle ages.

America also gave its share of nursery rhymes to the world's children. One great example of an American nursery rhyme is "Mary had a small lamb". It is believed that the practice of singing these beautiful rhymes, started at a time when free speech was prohibited by law. Nursery rhymes first emerged as oral allegorical political cartoons to entertain children and express popular public sentiment. For instance, the common rhyme of "Jack and Jill" where Jack falls down and breaks his crown comes across as little violent for young children and should have had some political undertones. "Ring a ring o Roses" also popular as" Ring around the Rosie" is supposed to be a metaphor, referring to the Great Plague of London. It is about the healing high quality of flowers and herbs. Similarly the well-liked nursery rhyme "Pop goes the weasel "is supposed to be about silk weavers who work with their bobbins or shuttles.

Some of the other popular melodies in the category are Hey Diddle Diddle, Ring a Ring o Roses, Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, small Jack Horner sat in a corner, Jack and Jill went up the hill, Sing a song of sixpence, One two buckle my shoe, Mary had a small lamb.

Nursery rhymes have a cathartic impact on kids. They help the small populace of the globe deal with imaginary situations of violence and danger. They teach children to resolve their psychological issues in a healthy way. Last but not least, these are brief songs that are an indispensable, delightful and educative aid for children all over the world.

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