The Times Of The Rhymes

Children teach us a lot. Their innocent and curious souls may throw light at things that you may have never thought of. Childhood memories are pleasant.

I was a slow learner as a child but learning slow was fun. We didn’t have that inner voice telling us constantly that we have to score well in exams. All came at a constant pace and came naturally. What helped was the tunes and actions associated with the rhymes. The actions were not mere face gestures and little hand movements; they included running at one place, jumping, laughing and clapping too. I loved this particular rhyme: If you are happy and you know it, clap your hands. Watch the video below,


Clapping, jumping and saying hurray with whole heart was so much fun. I remember the last day of school - Class 10 in 2004, we decided to revisit this rhyme amongst others. The entire class sang the rhyme; clapped, stamped and said hurray till the time our teachers interfered and stopped us!
There is a very famous story that was everyone’s favourite. Watch the video below,


There was a story recital competition and I selected the Thirsty Crow story. I loved this story so much that whenever I used to get a chance at family events or social events, I used to tell this story with all the hand gestures, emotions and the moral. But on that dreadful evening when I was on stage, I forgot the story. I still remember that I was so frightened that I could just not remember the lines. I was sad that night but now it brings a smile to my face. Childhood memories are sweet and we should cherish them for the rest of our lives. These memories come handy during the low times of our lives.

Kids Hut Channel is filled with all the popular nursery rhymes, bedtime stories & things you(kids) want to know for kids. Popular Nursery Rhyme Characters come alive to make your kids singing and dance along with them.

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