Below you will find all nursery rhymes in alphabetical order.
It is a lot of recommended nursery rhymes here - so take your time! Why not place your kid(s) on your lap and sing these rhymes together? Many of them were also sung by your grandparents, and maybe even your great-great-great-grandparents. So keep the tradition alive...
A is for Apple - Beautiful Alphabet song that illustrates each letter with different objects.
A Sailor Went To Sea - Popular clapping game. The "A Sailor Went To Sea" clapping game is pretty easy to learn.
A Tisket, A Tasket - Traditional American nursery rhyme that was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald.
ABC Song - Popular Alphabet song that illustrates each letter with different objects.
Aiken Drum - A weird but very fun nursery rhyme. Recommended!
Alice The Camel - Nursery rhyme and counting song about a camel (or was it a horse?) :)
Alouette - The French classic in English version. Many body parts are mentioned in this nursery rhyme.
Alphabet Song - This is the classical Alphabet Song. It is great for teaching the alphabet.
Apple Pie ABC - A classic ABC-song that is great for learning the letters.
Baby Bumble Bee - Popular nursery rhyme about a child who was stung by a bee.
Betty Botter - A funny "tongue twister" about Betty Botter that bought some butter.
Billy Boy - Long, traditional American nursery rhyme. In British English often called "My Billy Boy".
Blow Wind, Blow - Rhyme that in a great way illustrates the relationship between energy and food (!)
Brother John - Brother John is a true classic! Old nursery rhyme that is still popular.
Bye Baby Bunting - Popular lullaby. Bye Baby Bunting has been used for generations.
Cheeks of Rose - Cheeks of Rose, Tiny Toes (also called Our Baby). Cute nursery rhyme and lullaby
Chubby Cheeks - Nusery rhyme about rosy lips, curly hair and lovely eyes. But who is this beauty?
Cock A Doodle Doo - The rhyme Cock A Doodle Doo is almost 250 years old, but it is still popular.
Concentration 64 - A hand clapping game that challanges your brain. Are you ready?
Cradle Song - Lullaby published in 1603 that is used in The Beatles' song Golden Slumbers.
Daisy Bell - Cute nursery rhyme about marriage (and a bicycle made for two).
Days of the Week - Educational song that is great to help kids learn the days of the week.
Doctor Foster - Old, traditional English nursery rhyme. Short, but fun!
Double Double - Double Double (or Double This Double That) is a short, but very fun hand clapping game.
Down Down Baby - Fun clapping games that is popular in schoolyards all over the USA and in UK.
Early to Bed - You can use this rhyme if the children don't want to go to bed.
Five Little Ducks - Popular nursery rhymes about ducks that is great for teaching counting.
Five Little Monkeys - Five Little Monkeys is a very popular nursery rhyme. Children simply love it!
For Want of a Nail - Very old nursery rhyme (dates back to the 14th century). About horseshoes and horses.
Frere Jacques - A true classic! French nursery rhyme that is sung for generations. Translated into many languages. Know as Brother John in english speaking countries.
Fresh Fried Fish - Very short tongue twister. Easy difficulty. Great for tongue twister rookies! :)
Frog Went A-Courting - (Or Frog Went a-courtin). Very old nursery rhyme about a frog and a mouse. Funny stuff!
Georgie Porgie - Traditional English nursery rhyme that still is used in many preschools.
Good Morning To All - "The mother of" the most sung English song in the world - Happy Birthday To You. Great song to sing in the morning!
Happy Birthday To You - A great birthday song - and actually the most sung song in the world (english language) (!)
Here is The Beehive - Here is the beehive. But where are the bees? This nursery rhyme is great for teaching counting.
Hey Diddle Diddle - Popular rhyme where a cat plays the fiddle and a cow is jumping over the moon.
Humpty Dumpty - An traditional English nursery rhyme about an egg. Short but fascinating.
I See The Wind - Fingerplay about weather. Perfect to play and sing on a windy day.
I'm a Little Teapot - This nursery rhyme is perfect to sing when the children are having "tea party".
Itsy Bitsy Spider - Popular nursery rhyme about a spider climbing up the water spout.
I've Been Working On the Railroad - Kids love trains. So singing a nursery rhyme about building railroads should be perfect! This rhyme is an old american folk song.
Jack and Jill - Traditional English nursery rhyme from 1765 that is still popular.
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt - Old nursery rhyme that originates from the United States. The name is long and diffucult, but this song is popular among the kids!
K-I-S-S-I-N-G - Sitting in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G... Embarrassing schoolyard rhyme / playground song about kissing. :)
Ladybug, Ladybug - Classic nursery rhyme about ladybugs. (Ladybird, Ladybird in UK).
Little Bo Peep - Fascinating rhyme that the children find very exciting.
Little Bunny Foo Foo - In this long, repetitive nursery rhyme we meet a little bunny and some birds. Exciting story!
Lucy Locket - Nursery rhyme about Lucy Locket who lost her pocket...
Monday's Child - A cute and popular nursery rhyme about children born on different days of the week.
Mulberry Bush - Here We Go Around The Mulberry Bush... A popular nursery rhyme.
Old King Cole - Who was Old King Cole? Maybe you find out in this old nursery rhyme?
Old Mother Hubbard - Old nursery rhyme (from 1805). And the Old Mother Hubbard lyrics have remained unchanged all these years!
One For Sorrow - One For Sorrow (Two For Joy) is a great counting rhyme.
One Two Three Four - Short Counting Rhyme that is popular among the kids. Goes from 1 to 8.
Pat-a-cake - Maybe the oldest nursery rhyme still in use(!) But Pat-a-cake is still popular!
Pease Porridge Hot - Nursery Rhyme that is perfect to sing while the children are eating their porridge!
Peter Piper - Tounge twister! Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers...
Rain Rain Go Away - This is the perfect song to sing when the rain is pouring down outside!
Rig a Jig Jig - A popular nursery rhyme about friendship that is very fun to sing.
Rockin' Robin - Funny song about a bird rockin' around in the tree tops.
Roses are Red - Roses are Red (Violets are blue). A cute nursery rhyme.
She Sells Seashells - This tongue twister looks quite easy "on the paper". But try to say it!!! Medium/hard difficulty level.
Simple Simon - Old nursery rhyme that is perfect when going to the seaside.
Sing a Song of Sixpence - Sing a song of sixpence! Not about the hat, but about the English coin (also called "tanner" or "half-shilling").
Skip To My Lou - Old, but still popular nursery rhyme. This song is fun to sing!
Sleep, Baby, Sleep - Beautiful, traditional lullaby that is sung in different versions. We give you the most common versions - enjoy!
Sleeping Bunnies - Cute nursery rhyme about sleeping bunnies. Can you wake them up?
Solomon Grundy - Solomon Grundy is a quite dramatic nursery rhyme about the days of the week.
Ten In a Bed - Nursery rhyme that can be used for teaching counting or as a lullaby.
The Muffin Man - Do you know the Muffin Man? This song can make you hungry.
The Seasons - Short but very cosy rhyme about the seasons.
The Wheels On The Bus - The Wheels on the bus is a popular children's song that is perfect sing on journeys.
This Old Man - A long nursery rhyme that is great for learning counting. Popular among children!
Tic Tac Toe - Fun, popular and quite short clapping game.
To Bed, To Bed - Old nursery rhyme written in Great Britain. This rhyme is perfect singing while preparing for bed, but it can also be used as a lullaby.
To Market, To Market - One of the oldest nursery rhymes out there. This short, fun rhyme from 1611 (!) is still popular!
Toyland - Beautiful song about toys and the playful childhood.
Tweededum and Tweedledee - Old nursery rhyme that actually is the "mother of" the expression "Tweedledum and Tweedledee".
Unique New York - Very short tongue twister, but not too easy... Easy/medium difficulty level.
What's The Weather? - The perfect song to sing in the morning - when asking about the weather outside.
Yankee Doodle - American nursery rhyme first time published in the 1780s. Cosy song that is still popular.