These nursery rhymes put a new spin on the classics to make favorite rhymes come alive. Brother and Sister Goose join Mother Goose to present 43 rhymes using upbeat, pop-style music sung to traditional melodies. The playful geese lead kids through each rhyme, teaching them about being safe, using manners, and accepting responsibility. Choose either video or audio/book version.
For ages 2 – 5. Approx. 40 minutes.
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On Nursery Rhymes DVD, vibrant animation and irresistible tunes are sure to engage even the most energetic little learners. The colorful action keeps kids entertained again and again as they learn traditional rhymes and important lessons about life.
On Nursery Rhymes Audio CD, an easy-to-follow booklet with picture page markers lets children use this program independently. Lively songs and colorful illustrations give preschoolers an early experience with books that involves them as they turn the pages to follow along.
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"I have a two-year-old daughter and one of our favorite things to do in the car on the way to and from daycare is sing nursery rhymes together. It's been about a ten year stretch between singing nursery rhymes (used to do it all the time when I baby sat), so remembering the words to all the classic nursery rhymes is a challenge. Insert the Rock 'N Learn Nursery Rhyme DVD. I actually won this item through a contest hosted by smartypantsmama. When we got home I popped it into the DVD player as a substitute for our normal afternoon show, Yo Gabba Gabba. The graphics are very animated and kid-friendly. In addition to nursery rhymes there are also songs and lessons about safety. My Little Princess Pea was totally engrossed with the songs that she had heard before, the others she watched with curiosity. The music is not loud and outlandish like most children's shows today- it is very soothing- as nursery rhymes should be. While the recommended age is 3-5 years, my friend's 6 month old twins were mesmerized by the show and the gentle tunes. I would definitely recommend this DVD to parents with children age 4 and under!" - bloggymomsreview.blogspot.com
"Tested by kids! At my daughter's summer camp, full of 2 ½ to 4 ½ year olds, the Nursery Rhymes CD played all day today! The kids loved the songs, and with a selection of over 40 songs, you are certain to hear your favorite childhood rhyme! A lyric book comes with the CD! This is a FANTASTIC bonus for us mama's who have forgotten the lyrics to some rhymes that we haven't sung in decades!" - Smartypantsmama.com
I watched it with my granddaughters last Saturday in the car while doing some shopping for my son's fiance's bridal shower. It is adorable! There are many nursery rhymes, all animated and presented in song. I enjoyed singing along with Mother Goose, too. The Rock 'N Learn Nursery Rhymes brought back memories of when my children were small. - Nanascorner.com
This DVD provides great entertainment for your little one! Mother Goose walks her children, including your own, through dozens of old school rhymes. She even throws in a few lessons of etiquette and fire safety! The graphics are simple and the singing is super. My daughter, product tester extraordinaire, vouches for that by consistently asking for "rhymes" after her nap! I'm convinced that there is something magical with Rock 'N Learn DVDs. The Nursery Rhymes DVD is the 2nd one I have had the chance to review and wow, what a hit they have both been in this home! The Nursery Rhymes DVD is a great mix of entertainment and education for your little one! It's a DVD that you won't mind if it's played dozens of times a day! - Smartypantsmama.com
"Invite Mother Goose into your classroom to teach your students classic nursery rhymes. With the award-winning audio program Nursery Rhymes, from Rock 'N Learn, children up to age 5 can learn more than 40 rhymes through lively, pop-style songs. Along the way, kids will also learn lessons about good manners, safety, and responsibility. Other sets for early learners include Colors, Shapes & Counting, Animals, Alphabet and other titles." – Early Childhood News, Directors' Choice Awards
"A great collection of nursery rhymes will have your children clapping, singing and stomping along with this lively audio program. The audio CD comes bundled together with a brightly colored book that features the words to each song, you and your young children will make this a drive-time favorite. There are little life's lessons tucked in between the songs to reinforce issues about manners, safety and responsibility. All in all, this is good fun that your toddler will treasure." – National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
"Mother, Sister, and Brother Goose host this recording which includes 41 traditional nursery rhymes put to music and two original songs, one about safety and the other about manners. The musical style is primarily pop, with 'There Was an Old Woman' in rap and 'Rub-a-Dub-Dub' in vaguely calypso or reggae. All songs are sung by an adult and children's chorus and accompanied by professional musicians. The booklet contains all the lyrics and colorful illustrations. Listeners are cued when to turn the pages. Among the traditional rhymes are 'Baa, Baa, Black Sheep,' 'Diddle, Diddle Dumpling,' 'Going to St. Ives,' 'Jack and Jill,' 'Little Bo-Peep,' 'London Bridge,' 'Mary Had a Little Lamb,' (with all the verses), etc. This is an excellent introduction to nursery rhymes for young children." – School Library Journal
"Kids ages 2-5 will find this a fine contemporary production which pairs favorite nursery rhymes with pop style and underlying messages on manners, safety and responsibility. Paired with the audio CD of rocking songs is a color illustrated book to further encourage reading and understanding. A fine learning tool." – Children's Bookwatch
Early Childhood News, Directors' Choice Awards
The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval
Recognize common types of texts (e.g., storybooks, poems).
Recognize and produce rhyming words.
Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.
Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., listening to others and taking turns speaking about the topics and texts under discussion).