Nursery Rhymes Collection | Rhyme With Us

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Rhyme With Us! Sing along with the Mother Goose Club as we sing, dance and play to your favorite Nursery Rhymes! Watch hits like The Wheels on the Bus, The ABC Song and Bingo!

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Enjoy a complete upload of our new collection of nursery rhymes with Mother Goose Club Playhouse, "Rhyme With Us!"

Rhyme With Us! is also available on our store as a DVD and digital download.

It is a collection of 60 nursery rhyme videos, from fan favorite "The Wheels on the Bus" to "Old MacDonald"!

Also, tune into our Mother Goose Club channel for nursery rhyme videos featuring the six members of the Mother Goose Club gang, including the all-new original song Rockin' Robot!

Includes:
The Wheels on the Bus
Star Light, Star Bright
London Bridge is Falling Down
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Bingo
I Had a Little Nut Tree
Farmer in the Dell
If You're Happy and You Know It
Three Little Kittens
See-saw, Margery Daw

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Big thanks to all of our fans out there, big and small!

30 comments

    1. +ثقتي بربي أجمل Thank you for watching! Our mission is to bring preschool to the world, and feedback from you means the world to us! Happy rhyming in 2015 🙂

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    Ooohhh a favourite of mine! Song is about the big old Black Death during Middle Ages! Pocket full of posies? Flowers mask the sent of the disease. Either they say ashes ashes or a-tissue a-tissue we all fall down. Either way ashes is about the cremation of the victims, I doubt it because that was a heathen practise, a-tissue however is a bit different because, well sneezing. Take a guess what we all fall down was about

    1. As possible as that may be the most likely truth is That the nursery rhyme probably has its origins “in the religious ban on dancing among many Protestants in the nineteenth century, in Britain as well as here in North America. Adolescents found a way around the dancing ban with what was called in the United States the ‘play-party.’ Play-parties consisted of ring games which differed from square dances only in their name and their lack of musical accompaniment. They were hugely popular, and younger children got into the act, too.”

  2. Growing and growing number to the beach with you guys doing tonight but it will take time and place is that it was not be in a position of strength, but it is the only thing missing from a different angle, which4

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