Humpty Dumpty have been up on the wall without adult supervision?
What important lesson about sharing can we learn from Jack and
questions and more are answered on this attention-grabbing video
that not only features classic nursery rhymes, but also uses them
as a jumping point for presenting important safety rules to kids.
Mother Goose wants to teach kids
nursery rhymes, and Brother Goose is on hand to "jazz"
the classics up. First up is Humpty Dumpty, which launches
a rhyme about being careful that includes such practical safety
tips as looking both ways before crossing the street and dialing
911. More than 40 rhymes are featured, including classics like Three
Little Kittens and Jack and Jill. Little Jack Horner
and Jack Spratt lay the groundwork for the main characters
to discuss practical advice about food, like don't play with your
food, and eat well. The subject of eating well in turn leads to a
brief discussion about the importance of getting plenty of
exercise, which naturally leads to a vignette of Row Row Row
are a bit odd for parents, but fascinating for little kids.
Particularly fun are the toes with faces in This Little Piggy.
rhymes and all-new rhymes set to music, this video teaches kids
valuable social skills, including manners and safety rules.
- Teaches kids valuable
social skills along with classic nursery rhymes.
- Positive messages.
- An interesting change of
pace for preschoolers.
- Slightly preachy.
- Graphics are not as
charming as those of most kids' videos.
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