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Lavender’s Blue: The Dilly Dilly English Lullaby

A fairy-tale song of believing in your heart, Lavender's Blue, is a magical lullaby for your little prince or princess.  Here are the lyrics for Lavender's Blue, and parents may already know the refrain, as Dilly...

All the Pretty Little Horses: The Hush-a-Bye Lullaby

A beautiful lullaby of bribery, this bedtime folk song promises the baby All the Pretty Little Horses if only the baby will only stop crying and fall asleep. Learn the lyrics to this lovely...

Little Things: A Poem about Small Acts of Kindness

Little Things poem is an inspirational poem about the value of living in the moment and about the power of small acts of kindness. Written in the 18th century by Julia Carney, the poem tells...

Toora Loora: An Irish Lullaby

A calming song that's easy to hum, Toora Loora, will help ease your little leprechauns and fairies into slumber.  Here are the lyrics for the famous Irish lullaby...that was actually written by an American, who...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: A Hopeful Lullaby of Imagination

Where is the land that you heard of once in a lullaby?  Somewhere Over the Rainbow, of course!  A hopeful song of imagination, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, makes a magical lullaby for baby. Just...

Day Is Done: A Peaceful Lullaby of Reverence

A reverent song of peace and respect, Day is Done, is the perfect day-ending lullaby for your little one.  Here are the lyrics for Day is Done, and parents will already know the melody...

The Rules for Sharing, According to Toddlers

Can you imagine how overwhelming you would feel if you had to defend all your possessions?  In a toddler's mind, if someone else is holding their beloved teddy bear, it no longer belongs to...

These Monday’s Child Coloring Pages are Not Sour and Sad

According to Mother Goose, being born on a Thursday means you have far to go. But you won't have to go far to download our vintage collection of drawings depicting each day of birth...
Shoe with Bunny Rabbit

What is the Rhyme to Teach Children How to Tie Shoes? Tips, Poems, and...

Remember the shoe tying poem about a rabbit popping out of the hole?  Children always learn best with multi-sensory methods -- visually seeing how it's done, hearing a funny phrase to remember the steps, feeling...
The Toddler Creed Poem by Dr Burton White

The Toddler’s Creed Poem & Rules of Possession

Every toddler has two favorite words: "No" and "Mine." Watching your little one claim every train, grab another child's blankie, and break down in tears at the playground sandbox is tough for parents.  Imagine...

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