Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes :

Most children love being told Nursery Rhymes. The most popular rhymes are listed here. Even elders love to hear these rhymes. They are sweet to our ears forever. These rhymes speak volumes about the interest shown by the education department to enthuse the children to speak out.

The list is clearly not exhaustive but it is believed that a good cross section of famous poems for children have been included. We have selected the most famous Nursery Rhymes for children. We have done our best to collect all the Nursery Rhymes from all sources and add them here for your reference. The addition of more and more rhymes is going on everyday.

These Nursery Rhymes for children have been passed down over the years and due to the short nature of the verse can easily be remembered by most children from a very early age. Analysis of these Nursery Rhymes will reflect the historical background in which these Nursery Rhymes were written.

Nursery Rhymes listed in Alphabetical Order :

# | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M

N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Most of the Nursery Rhymes (POEMS) are by Stuart Macfarlane and covered by copyright. Please do not use these without permission. Nursery Rhymes (POEMS) not written by Stuart Macfarlane are assumed to be in the public domain. If you spot any of them here, please let us know and it will be removed.

  1. O My My
  2. Ode Tae A Bumble Bee
  3. Oh! MY My
  4. One Two Buckle My Shoe
  5. Oh! Butterfly! Butterfly!!
  6. Oh! Dear, what can the matter be? - 1
  7. Oh! Dear, What Can The Matter Be? - 2
  8. Oh Where, oh where has my little dog gone?
  9. Old King Cole
  10. Old McDonald
  11. Old McDonald Had A Farm Ei-e-ah Ei-e-ah-o
  12. Old Mother Hubbard
  13. Once I Caught A Fish Alive
  14. Once I saw a little bird.
  15. One Little Two Little
  16. One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians
  17. One, two ...
  18. One More Joins!
  19. Oranges and Lemon

Nursery Rhymes