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Hello Kids Song – Will You Sing Along with Me?

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What is the Importance of Rhymes in a Toddler’s Life?

The first thing that a toddler learns after learning to speak is most probably the rhymes. One of the main reasons for this is that the rhymes are always short and in rhythm, making it easier for the kids to remember. There are also a lot more advantages of learning rhymes for the children. Rhyming teaches children about the mechanics of language. It assists them in recognizing and interacting with the sounds contained within words. 

Rhymes teach children about the rhythm of language. They learn to speak with animated voices as they recite nursery rhymes. When children listen to rhyming songs and poems, they form mental pictures that expand their imagination. When children become acquainted with a nursery rhyme or rhyming book, they begin to anticipate the rhyming word. This prepares them to make predictions while reading, which is another important reading skill. Rhyming is also useful in writing. It can help children understand that words with similar sounds often share similar letters.

In this article, we will learn a poem that teaches the children about the basics of daily life – the manners. Let’s have a look at the lyrics:

Lyrics of The Poem “Hello Kids”

Hello - hello

Nice day - nice day

Pleased to see you - pleased to see you too

Let's run - let's run

Let's play - let's play

I will talk to you - I will talk to you

We can dance - we can dance

And sing - and sing

We can jump - we can jump

And swing - and swing

Watch me laugh - watch me laugh

And poke a face - and poke a face

Now we're friends - now we're friends

Come and join us at our place

Now we're friends - now we're friends

Come and join us at our place

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FAQs on Hello Kids Song – Will You Sing Along with Me?

1. How will your kid be benefited if you read to him?

Reading to toddlers lays the foundation for independent reading later in life. When reading problems are discovered in elementary school, they can be difficult to correct. Many reading problems, however, can be avoided if reading begins in the toddler and preschool years. Before children can read on their own, they must master early literacy skills such as:

  • Having a large vocabulary of words and knowing how to use them.

  • Comprehending that words are composed of smaller sounds. 

  • Knowing that the marks on a page represent letters and words understanding the letters of the alphabet.

2. Name some of the popular nursery rhymes.

Some of the popular nursery rhymes are as follows:

  • Twinkle twinkle little star

  • Johhny Johhny Yes Papa

  • Baa Baa Black Sheep

  • Humpty Dumpty

  • Jack and Jill

  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

3. What do nursery rhymes teach?

Nursery rhymes help children learn how to pronounce words. Many nursery rhymes contain interjections or amusing words. They assist children in repeating difficult groups of sounds in order to improve their speech. Nursery rhymes, above all, teach children proper intonation and pronunciation.