Top Ten Toddler Tunes : Best Nursery Rhymes for Toddlers

Let's Play Music : Top 10 Tunes for Toddlers (& why they are so good for your child!)

Music is a language, and since all children are born being unable to talk, it is an invaluable tool in building language skills and communication. These Top 10 Tunes For Toddlers have been put together after many years of teaching music to small children. People have often asked me which are the best nursery rhymes for toddlers – and it’s very difficult to pick only ten songs when there are so many hundreds to choose from! Everyone will have their own ideas on the subject, but these are the ones that never fail for me. These songs all have fantastic educational benefits, they are loads of fun and kids never tire of them.

 

Top 10 Tunes for Toddlers - Best Nursery Rhymes for Toddlers (& why they are so good for your child!)

 

When songs are this popular you’ll find them easy to sing frequently. Try to incorporate them into your every day activities. Although it’s great to have a special time for music too,  you’ll find that favourite songs and rhymes can make even the dullest chores seem fun, and then they’ll seem to take no time at all! The list below will take you to a separate post for each song, with all the individual words, music, chime bar clip, actions as well as the educational benefits.

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Best Nursery Rhymes for Toddlers

1. Humpty Dumpty

2. Row Row Row The Boat

3. Ring A Ring A Roses

4. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

5. The Wheels On The Bus

6. Incy Wincy Spider

7. Old MacDonald

8. 5 Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed

 9. This Is The Way The Lady Rides

10. 5 Little Ducks Went Swimming One Day

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  5. Learning through music is a great way to get preschoolers learning about their numbers,
    letters, and colors without even knowing they are learning. We still break out
    into these tunes sometimes while we are whistling to our work or on car trips.

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