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Finger Family (Sea Animals Version) | Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

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“Finger Family” is a popular kids song that teaches children the names of sea animals. It has been sung by generations of parents and children for decades.

The rhyme was created in the 1800s and has been translated into many languages since then. It’s a great way to teach kids about different sea animals, as well as to introduce them to new words along the way.

Finger family

Fingers in the water

Come on out, come on out

Come on out, come on out

Come on out, come on out, now!

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This song is about the different sea animals that we can find in the ocean.

Finger Family (Sea Animals Version) | Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

This song is about the different sea animals that we can find in the ocean. The first verse starts with “There’s a whale, and then there’s a seal, there’s a turtle and then there’s a fish.” Then it goes on to say “There’s an octopus and then there’s an eel, there’s an elephant and then there’s a mouse.”

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