(Jesus Christ Descends )
(For My Mom)
Mother's Day Song
(The Little Ducky)
(The Smug Duck)
(The Little Fish)
(She Was A Little Girl)
(Once Upon a Time, A King)
(The Ladle Family)
Drop the Handkerchief Game
(The Sea Was Calm and Quiet)
(The Lady and The Hat)
(The Little Chicks)
(Moody, Thoughtless Moon)
(Let It Rain, Let It Rain)
(On a Summer Evening)
(Lord Saint Joseph)
Jump Rope Rhyme
(I Have A Doll)
(Little Shortening Cookies)
Hand Clapping Song
(A Little Mouse)
(Here Comes Baby Jesus)
Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country.
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A lagniappe is a small gift a merchant gives a customer… for example, you buy 12 doughnuts and they give you a 13th one free. It’s a little unexpected gift from the merchant. The word is pronounced "lanyap" and comes from Louisiana French. Mark Twain refers to it back in 1883 [...]
Henry wrote asking for help finding Peruvian Christmas Carols. Here’s what he wrote: Hello Lisa, I just listen the Peruvian carol played by orchestra. The south American rhythm is catching. I’ve already learn to play on the piano. Do you have more Peruvian carols somewhere so i can [...]
It’s May, the month for Mothers Day around the world! Here’s a Spanish poem called “Sólo el Amor de Una Madre”. You’ll find it below in the original Spanish, with an English translation and an MP3 recording of it being recited in Spanish… Sólo el Amor de Una [...]
I was inspired to post De colores now because of a drawing my daughter created the other day – it made me think of All the Colors! The song is a celebration of the colors of Spring! This song is originally from Spain. The first translation below was done to fit the tune, so you […] [...]
Élodie Chebat sent us Yo te daré in Spanish with an mp3 recording. You can hear her sing it below, and read along with the lyrics, followed by an English translation… MP3 of Yo te daré Yo te daré Yo te daré Te daré mi hermosa Te daré una cosa [...]
Adrinel emailed me… To whom it may concern: I was wondering if you had a CD available to purchase of the children’s nursery rhymes… I was looking for Los pollitos especially.. Thanks! Adrinel Below are some CD’s and MP3’s from Amazon I found with Los Pollitos on [...]
I love how this Carol sounds in Spanish. The R’s are a bit challenging to sing – if you’re not a native speaker – at least for me they are! Below you’ll find the Spanish lyrics to “Ay del chiquirritín”, followed by an English translation, then an mp3 [...]
Here’s the Peruvian Christmas Carol – Ya viene el Niñito – “Here Comes Baby Jesus”. First you’ll find a YouTube rendition of it by children in Loja – Ecuador (South America), followed by the lyrics in Spanish and then an English translation… [...]
I’m trying to work out ways to dye icing that don’t involve food dye. Some of the dyes today are questionable health-wise, but also, I’d like my kids to see that you can do things the old-fashioned way. Looking back at old cookbooks, I keep noticing that they used a lot of [...]
Juneteenth celebrates June 19th, 1865, when it was announced in the U.S. that slavery was abolished in Texas and the Confederate South. Juneteenth is celebrated on the state level in 45 states. To celebrate, there are public readings of the Emancipation Proclamation. People also sing songs like [...]
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