How animated nursery rhymes affect our children?

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Nursery rhymes have been around for around 300 years. We grew up with them, our parents did, and nowadays our children do the same but with a bit of difference. Back when technology development was limited to the TV, parents, and educators would sing along the rhymes and helped us pronounce and say the words correctly. We memorized every single letter of them and chanted in front of our parents or even people.

Apart from numerous benefits for the children language system, most parts of our memory are filled with nursery rhymes we used to sing. The sweet memories of years we had no problems and troubles and all we had to do was playing around and enjoy. 

Today with the growth of technology, animation studios are responsible for making the best, happy, and colorful nursery rhymes. Nursery rhymes offer many oral and hearing advantages. Moreover, being accompanied with colorful shapes, happy characters and stories make them good media for today’s children who are exposed to high tech gadgets and medium.

Why you need to play nursery rhymes animated videos for your child every day


1. Language system development

Nursery rhymes provide children with words and sounds along with a good practice of pitch, stress, intonation, and inflection. Children can hear the sound that letters, vowels, and consonants make. They can improve their auditory skills by discriminating sounds and recognizing the music of the words. Children can make their own words and practice them in the sentence. Nursery rhymes are short and easy to say so that children learn to make short correct sentences soon. They contain interjections and funny words that children do not usually hear in everyday situations. This helps them practice words that are rather difficult for them. Therefore, their language system will develop sooner than what was expected for a normal child.

2. Cognitive development

Nursery rhymes usually contain stories. The stories have a beginning, a climax, and an end. Therefore, children learn to follow the sequence. This results in good reading comprehension, too. They usually follow a pattern to sing along. Patterns provide children with easier memorization. Thus, memorization in young ages results in the increase of memory capabilities. Also, they help children develop their inferencing skills by facing new words and repeating them and get the meaning.

Some literal structures such as alliteration like “Jack and Jill went up to the hill”, onomatopoeia like “Baa Baa Black Sheep”, and imagery are introduced within nursery rhymes. This helps them improve their cognitive perception. Most of the time, nursery rhymes contain numbers or alphabets. They are good practices for preschool children to get ready for the school years ahead. Reports have shown that memorizing mathematical nursery rhymes before going to school, leads to better results in mathematics in school.

3. Social development

Singing and chanting nursery rhymes helps children to create a strong connection with their parents and people who are listening to. Bonding and connecting with the children improve their social skills and let them be free of anxiousness, shyness and any negative feelings that might occur in childhood. On the other hand, depending on the type of story that the nursery rhyme follows, children start developing their character. If the nursery rhyme is funny, the sense of humor begins to develop. Also, the more children are exposed to stories, the more they can understand their same age friends’ feelings and emotions. Nursery rhymes encourage children to imagine the situation.  This results in flourishing the children creativity and expanding the imagination.

4. Attention span development

Toddlers and children have a short attention span. It is not easy to make them sit still and listen to a long story. After several minutes their minds start wandering around. Animated nursery rhymes are different. They attract children’s attention for a long time. Children stick to them until they disappear from the screen. The illustrations and animated characters with sharp colors and a fantasy story make children watch to the last minute. This help children to develop their attention span.


Today every parent should be well aware of the benefits of nursery rhymes. Parents can easily find a YouTube channel and subscribe to one of the best ones. And let the children gradually learn to sing with the music. The good news is that they are unconsciously placed in a learning situation where they can improve and develop their auditory, social, cognitive, and language skill. With technology moving forward with a fast-paced, today’s nursery rhymes that are mostly 3d animated might be broadcast in virtual reality in the near future. But now animation studios produce different types of animated nursery rhymes that provide educational programs for children and teenagers.


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