• There once was a speedy Hare who bragged about how fast he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the Tortoise challenged him to a race. All the animals in the forest gathered to watch.

    The Hare ran down the

  • Baa baa black sheep
    Have you any wool?
    Yes sir, yes sir,
    Three bags full.
    One for the master
    One for the dame
    And one for the little boy
    who lives down the lane.

    Baa baa white sheep
    Have you any

  • Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I O,
    And on his farm he had a cow, E I E I O.
    With a moo moo here and a moo moo there,
    Here a moo, there a moo, everywhere a moo moo.
    Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I

  • Rain Rain go away,
    Come another day,
    Daddy wants to play,
    Rain Rain go away,

    Rain Rain go away,
    Come another day,
    Mommy wants to play,
    Rain Rain go away,

    Rain Rain go away,
    Come another

  • ALL the white rabbits but two, my dears,
    All the white rabbits but two,
    Away they all sailed in a cockle-shell boat,
    Painted a beautiful blue.

    All the white rabbits so snowy and sleek,
    Away they went

  • MY baby brother’s fat, as fat

    As any boy can be,

    And he is just the sweetest duck

    That ever you did see.

    I count the dimples in his hands

    A dozen times a- day,

    And often wonder when he

  • THE moon is shining o’er the field,

    A little breeze is blowing,

    The radish leaves are crisp and green,

    The lettuces are growing.

    The owl is in the ivy-bush,

    With both his eyes a-winking ;

    The

  • AWAKE, my pet !
    What ! slumbering yet,
    When the day’s so warm and bright ?
    The flowers that wept
    Before they slept
    O’er the darkness of yesternight,
    Have listened long
    To the lark’s wild song,
    And awoke

  • GET into the boat and away to the west,

    See-saw ! see-saw !

    For they’ve cut down the tree with the poor linnet’s nest,

    See- saw ! see-saw !

    The bulrushes nod and the water-lilies sigh,

    See-saw !

  • THE fiddler played upon his fiddle

    All through that leafy June,

    He always played hey-diddle-diddle,

    And played it out of tune.

    And down the hill the children came, And down the valley too : I never

  • To children far, and children near,
    Who’ll read the things I’ve written here:
    From your young lives these things I took;
    And many a mother I hear say,
    ” From out my darling’s work and play
    I might write just

  • At anchor near a lonely isle
    The pirate’s vessel lay.
    The call and song of many a bird
    Rang near and far away,
    And luscious fruits and cooling shade
    Beguiled their resting-day.

    Idly they strayed, or

  • PrimaryGames is one of the fastest growing gaming companies on the web and has been entertaining both children and adults since 2000. The company was originally founded by teacher Susan Beasley, who built online

  • TIME For Kids is a weekly classroom news magazine that motivates kids to read! Issues cover a wide range of real-world topics kids love to learn about – and it’s the best nonfiction text you’ll find!  Our Digital

  • MakeUseOf is the world’s leading destination for learning more about technology and the many ways that it can improve your kids life

  • With a specialty in science and social studies, our team of talented writers, award-winning designers and illustrators, and subject-experts from leading institutions is committed to a single mission: to get

  • Funbrain, created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics

  • Amy, dear child, of all thy friends
    Prize first and best thy mother;
    Her love for thee would still live on
    Though changed were every other.
    Thy youthful mind not now can judge
    Its depth, and worth, and

  • A quiet, harmless little bird,
    About your door I come ;
    And when my low ”
    chick-chick,” is heard,
    I’m asking for a crumb.
    O’er mint and clover-tops I flit,
    And through the fragrant yarrow ;
    Then, waiting

  • Ding dong! ding dong!
    I’ll sing you a song.
    Tis about a little bird.
    He sat on a tree,
    And he sang to me,
    And I never said a word.

    Ding dong! ding dong!
    I’ll sing you a song.
    ‘Tis about a little

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