Funny stories for kids include "A, You're Adorable," the tongue twister "Betty Botter," the nursery rhyme "Bingo" and the "Brush-Your-Teeth Song." These amusing nursery rhymes are suitable for parents and children to read together.
The song "A, You're Adorable" is designed to help teach children the alphabet in a funny way while introducing them to new adjectives. The song offers different flattering descriptions of the child as sung by the parent, with each description corresponding to an alphabetical letter. Examples include "A" for "adorable" and "B" for beautiful.
"Betty Botter" is a nursery rhyme which is funny because it is a tongue twister. The narrative focuses on the title character and her purchase of butter with which to improve her batter. In addition to amusing children, it helps with language training.
"Bingo" is a popular song that is over 230 years old and centers on the title dog who is owned by a farmer. The song is interactive, with claps slowly replacing more of the letters of Bingo's name the longer the children sing.
The "Brush Your Teeth Song" encourages children to take care of their teeth. The song is amusing because of its use of onomatopoeia, as the frequent sound "ch" emulates the sound of tooth brushing. The tune of this song may already be familiar to children because it is the exact same tune as "Row, Row, Row Your Boat."