From “Miss Mary Mack” to “The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider,” here are some of our favorite toe-tapping, hand-clapping sing-along books and songs!
Whether you’re chanting, singing or simply reading this book, children will love the endearing mix of silly lyrics and friendly illustrations as they follow along.
Watch Hayden and Kira read the book below in this episode of Can I Read to You?
Iza Trapani is another master of catchy content. Also a wonderful illustrator, she turns classics like “I’m a Little Teapot” and “How Much is That Doggy in the Window” into literary works of art for kids.
You already know the words, so why read the book? Because allowing your baby to experience well-known nursery rhymes via interactive text is the perfect way to share quality time together.
Church is known for bringing preschool anthems to life with her simple, charming illustrations. The more you read her books, the happier you’ll be!
Perfect for bedtime, “Ten in the Bed” is a fresh take on an old favorite.
Get moving with your kids while you teach them this classic childhood rhyme alongside Elmo? That’s what it’s all about!
Popular children’s author Marc Brown shares fourteen fun and engaging rhymes perfect for little fingers with intricate and expressive pictures.
Complete with tips and tricks for making the most of this interactive reading experience, this book is perfect for kids under three years old.
Joanna Cole, author of the famous “Magic School Bus” series, teams up with Stephanie Calmenson in this wonderful collection of over 100 traditional childhood rhymes and songs. This book and its companion, ““Miss Mary Mack and Other Children’s Street Rhymes”” will make any parent nostalgic for the old playground days.
What are some of your favorite action rhymes and fingerplay books? Let us know in the comments below!