Most of the kids songs and nursery rhymes have been around for centuries and they are still relevant today. These songs are teaching children important life skills such as rhyming, memory, counting, and even learning to read.
The song “Wheels on the Bus” is a classic example of a song that has been re-written by different artists. The original song was written in 1885 by Margaret Wise Brown (author of Goodnight Moon) and illustrated by Clement Hurd.
This section discusses about the importance of nursery rhymes for children as well as how these songs have evolved over time with new artists adding their own twist to them.
This is a very popular nursery rhyme that is sung to the tune of Wheels on the Bus.
A little girl was walking down the street, she was looking for her shoe. When she found it, she took it off and threw it up in the air, saying: “I found my shoe!”
My little pony went out to play, my little pony said “Hooray!” My little pony had a big surprise; my big surprise was a big ball of yarn.
Souce: Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes