(Mommy Has A Little Girl)
Drop the Handkerchief Game
(In the Forest by the Hazelnuts)
(Many More Years)
(Many Years with Good Health!)
(The Itsy Bitsy Spider)
(Santa Claus with His White Hair)
(We are Dwarves)
(Croak, Croak, "Diri Diri Dam")
(The Stone Bridge)
(My Little Ducks Went On The Water)
(The Sleigh Dashes)
(One Elephant Was Swinging)
(A Tomcat as Small as a Kitten)
(Here Comes the Snail)
(Spring is Coming)
(Fox, You've Stolen the Goose)
Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country.
Favorite Kids Songs - A Mama Lisa Book
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Articles about the music, culture and traditions of Romania and more.
Here’s a video to hear animal sounds around the world... Bow Wow Meow – Animal Sounds in Different Languages from properniceinnit on Vimeo. The languages are: English, Mandarin, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Hindi, Canadian-French, Romanian, Japanese, Russian, Dutch, Bengali, [...]
Open Culture has a page of free language learning links covering 40 languages. Here are some of the languages you can find links for… Arabic, English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Bulgarian, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, Gaelic, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, [...]
We received these three Romanian songs by Eva Partin. Would anyone be able to help translate any of them? We’d greatly appreciate any help! Vine, vine primavara! Vine, vine primavara! Se asterne-n toata tara! Floricele pe cimpii, Hai sa le-adunam copii! Tralalalalalalalala! [...]
We have part of a Romanian Christmas Carol called Trei pÄstori – Three Shepherds. We need some help with some of the later verses. Below you’ll find the beggining of the song with the translation we have, followed by the verses we need help with. We appreciate any help anyone can give [...]
Cristina Lusca emailed me today: Can you help me find some Mothers Day songs or poems in Romanian? Preferably religious? I need it as soon as possible! If anyone knows of any Romanian Mother’s Day songs or poems, please comment below or email me. Thanks! Lisa PS Here are some other posts [...]
As Easter approaches, it’s natural to think a little about eggs! In days gone by the egg, due to its shape, was a symbol of the earth. Thanks to its obvious association with the beginning of life, it has also been the basis of many ancient creation stories. It has been a symbol of fertility, [...]
Naomi wrote: Hello! I am looking or the words for the traditional La Multi Ani sung at birthdays in Romanian. It starts off with “La Multi Ani sa traiti…” There is another song (which I am not looking for, but which pops up all the time!), which is “Cine sa traeasca” [...]
Hamantashen are eaten for the Jewish holiday of Purim. They’re triangle shaped cookies that were originally made with a poppy seed and honey filling. Nowadays, they’re also made with other fillings like different types of preserves or even Nutella! Purim is a holiday that celebrates the [...]
Pancakes are eaten in England before Lent… crepes are eaten in France. In Russia and other Slavic countries, they eat blinis () which are more like crepes than pancakes. They’re made with flour, milk and eggs and cooked in butter. They’re often topped with sour cream, folded up [...]
Joanie Calem sent us this article about a Jewish holiday called Purim. Joanie is a musician, singer/song-writer, and teacher. She moved to Israel when she was 15 and and lived there for 23 years. Now she lives in the US and is involved in music and story programs for children including one called, [...]
100 Songs With Sheet Music And Links To Recordings
Whoever the children are in your life - your kids, your grandkids, your students, even yourself (in your heart) - Kid Songs Around The World is a wonderful way to help them experience other languages and cultures.
In Kid Songs Around The World we've gathered 100 of our favorite songs and rhymes from all the continents of the globe. (Over 350 pages!)
Each song includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation, and most include sheet music.
All include links to web pages where you can listen to recordings, hear the tune or watch a video performance.
Each includes a beautiful illustration.
Many have commentary sent to us by our correspondents who write about the history of the songs and what they've meant in their lives.
We hope this book will help foster a love of international children's songs!
This is a downloadable e-book, which you will gain access to immediately. (It is not a physical book.)