Saturday, November 20, 2010

Pam's Nursery Rhymes

Here are some useful resources for teachers and parents wishing to introduce Nursery Rhymes to their children. Pam hopes you will enjoy sharing all these wonderful traditional Nursery Rhymes with your children.
Nursery Rhymes are so popular with children because of their strong rhythmic qualities.

Singing and chanting Nursery Rhymes helps children to:
- develop their language skills
-develop a love of literature
- improve their vocabulary.
But most of all they are fun and a pleasurable way to experience the English Language.
Pam as 65 acapella Nursery Rhymes available on her Pam's Nursery Rhymes CD.
You can listen to a selection of Nursery Rhymes by clicking the play button on the player below. This resource is offered with love to children and to all those who dedicate their lives to children.


One Two Three Four Five sung by Pamela Sunshine

One Two Three Four Five is a simple song for children to sing along to. It also helps with counting.
Sing this song with your toddlers and little ones. Great for preschools, daycares and early childhood education.

Here Is A Ball For Baby

Finger Rhyme for preschool children and primary students. A gentle chant involving actions that calms children and settles them for circle time activities.
Pamela Sunshine, aka Pam Southwell has worked with young children for many years.
Here Is A Ball For Baby is on her CD entitled, Five Little Finger Rhymes and Lots of CIrcle Games, available on:
CD Baby at
and also you can download the track from iTunes at

Five Little Monkeys Swinging in a Tree

Five Little Monkeys Swinging in a Tree is a fun finger rhyme for preschoolers and primary students. Join in with the actions and have fun learning about numbers. This has a funny ending too.