Though the nursery rhyme character Humpty Dumpty is commonly portrayed as an egg, he is never explicitly described as such in the short rhyme; some theories hold that the inspiration for the rhyme can be traced back to a... More »

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"Baa, Baa, Black Sheep," "Mary Had a Little Lamb" and "Hickory Dickory Dock" are all good nursery rhymes. Some other popular nursery rhymes include "Humpty Dumpty," "Jack and Jill" and "Little Miss Muffet." More »

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In the "Little Miss Muffet" rhyme, the titular character is said to sit on a tuffet, which can be seen either as a tufty clump of grass or a small stool similar to a pouffe. However, because Miss Muffet is said to be fri... More »

"Humpty Dumpty," "Rain Rain Go Away" and "Hot Cross Buns" are examples of popular nursery rhymes for children. These are all traditional short songs with simple, easy to remember language. More »

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The line "Wednesday's child is full of woe" is a part of a nursery rhyme known as "Monday's Child," sometimes attributed to Mother Goose; it predicts that children born on Wednesday are sad. More »