Little Baby Bum | Pet a Cake | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | ABCs and 123s


(twinkling music) (“Pat A Cake”) ♫ Pat a cake, pat a cake baker’s man ♫ Bake me a cake as fast as you can ♫ Pat it and prick it
and mark it with a ‘b’ ♫ Put in the oven for baby and me ♫ Pat a cake, pat a cake baker’s man ♫ Bake me a cake as fast as you can ♫ Pat it and prick it
and mark it with a ‘b’ ♫ Put it in the oven for baby and me ♫ Pat a cake, pat a cake baker’s man ♫ Bake me a cake as fast as you can ♫ Pat it and prick it
and mark it with a ‘b’ ♫ Put it in the oven for baby and me (“Wheels on the Bus” part five) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The tyre on the bus goes hiss ♫ The tyre on the bus
goes hiss, hiss, hiss ♫ All through the town ♫ The driver on the
bus said, “Don’t worry” ♫ Don’t worry, don’t worry ♫ The driver on the
bus said, “Don’t worry” ♫ All through the town ♫ The elephant on the
bus goes push, push, push ♫ Push, push, push ♫ Push, push, push ♫ The elephant on the
bus goes push, push, push ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus have found a spare ♫ Found a spare, found a spare ♫ The people on the bus have found a spare ♫ All through the town ♫ The lion on the bus goes jack it up ♫ Jack it up, jack it up ♫ The lion on the bus goes jack it up ♫ All through the town ♫ The wheels on the bus go round again ♫ Round again, round again ♫ The wheels on the bus go round again ♫ All through the town (“The Grand Old Duke of York”) ♫ Oh, the grand old Duke of York ♫ He had 10,000 men ♫ He marched them up
to the top of the hill ♫ And he marched them down again ♫ And when they were up, they were up ♫ And when they were down, they were down ♫ And when they were only half-way up ♫ They were neither up nor down ♫ Oh, the grand old Duke of York ♫ He had 10,000 men ♫ He marched them up
to the top of the hill ♫ And he marched them down again ♫ And when they were up, they were up ♫ And when they were down, they were down ♫ And when they were only half-way up ♫ They were neither up nor down (crickets chirping) (“Row Row Row Your Boat Part 2”) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see a crocodile
don’t forget to scream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ You might see a great big
lion eating his green beans ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see an elephant ♫ Is he wearing jeans ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see the hidden frogs ♫ They are very green ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see a little
duck eating an ice cream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream (“Hickory Dickory Dock”) ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck one (clock chimes) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock. ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck two (clock chiming twice) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock. ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck three (clock chiming three times) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck four (clock chiming four times) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory, dickory, dock (rain pattering)
(thunder rumbles) (“Mr. Sun”) ♫ Oh Mr. Sun, Sun ♫ Mr. Golden Sun, please shine down on me ♫ Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun ♫ Hiding behind a tree ♫ Little children are asking you ♫ Please come out so we can play with you ♫ Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun ♫ Please shine down on me ♫ Oh, Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun ♫ Please shine down on me ♫ Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun ♫ Hiding behind a tree ♫ Little children are asking you ♫ Please come out so we can play with you ♫ Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun ♫ Please shine down on me (“Numbers Song 1-20”) (train whistle blows) ♫ One ♫ Two ♫ Three ♫ Four ♫ Five ♫ Six ♫ Seven ♫ Eight ♫ Nine ♫ 10
(train whistle blows) ♫ 11 ♫ 12 ♫ 13 ♫ 14 ♫ 15 ♫ 16 ♫ 17 ♫ 18 ♫ 19 ♫ 20
(train whistle blows) (“The Bear Went Over the Mountain”) ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see was ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ Was all that he could see ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see was ♫ The other side of the river ♫ The other side of the river ♫ The other side of the river ♫ Was all that he could see ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ Was the other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ Was all that he could see (“One Potato, Two Potato”) ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes, nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all ♫ One ♫ Two ♫ Three ♫ Four ♫ Five ♫ Six ♫ Seven ♫ Eight ♫ Nine ♫ 10 ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes, nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all ♫ 10 ♫ Nine ♫ Eight ♫ Seven ♫ Six ♫ Five ♫ Four ♫ Three ♫ Two ♫ One ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes ♫ Nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all (“Days of the Week”) ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday (crickets chirping) (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) ♫ Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle ♫ The cow jumped over the moon ♫ The little dog laughed to see such sport ♫ And the dish ran away with the spoon ♫ Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle ♫ The cow jumped over the moon ♫ The little dog laughed to see such sport ♫ And the dish ran away with the spoon ♫ Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle ♫ The cow jumped over the moon ♫ The little dog laughed to see such sport ♫ And the dish ran away with the spoon ♫ Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle ♫ The cow jumped over the moon ♫ The little dog laughed to see such sport ♫ And the dish ran away with the spoon (electronic beeping) (“Baa Baa Black Sheep”) ♫ Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master and one for the dame ♫ One for the little boy
who lives down the lane ♫ Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master and one for the dame ♫ One for the little boy
who lives down the lane (crowd chattering) – [Girl] Wow, he’s so handsome. – [Little Girl] He’s so lovely. (“Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”) ♫ Twinkle twinkle, little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Twinkle twinkle, little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are (alarm clock ringing) (“Brush Teeth Song”) – [Boy] First, take your toothbrush. Next, add a small amount of toothpaste. Now, brush. ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it in the morning ♫ Brushing up and brushing down ♫ Left and right and round and round ♫ A nice white smile will then be found ♫ We’ve brushed really well ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it in the evening ♫ Brushing left and brushing right ♫ Brushing ’til our teeth are bright ♫ Then we say (yawns) goodnight ♫ We’ve brushed really well ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it twice a day – [Man] Hey, let’s learn shapes together. Are you ready? Let’s begin. (“Shapes Song”) ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square, circle, triangle, rectangle ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star, heart, oval, diamond (“Wheels on the Bus” part six) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The door on the bus goes open and shut ♫ Open and shut ♫ Open and shut ♫ The door on the bus goes open and shut ♫ All through the town ♫ The card on the bus
goes bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ Bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ Bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ The card on the bus
goes bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ Up and down ♫ Up and down ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ All through the town ♫ The pig on the street
says, “Wait, wait, wait” ♫ Wait, wait, wait ♫ Wait, wait, wait ♫ The pig on the street
says, “Wait, wait, wait” ♫ All through the town ♫ The children on the bus
say, “Look, look, look” ♫ Look, look, look ♫ Look, look, look ♫ The children on the bus
say, “Look, look, look” ♫ All through the town ♫ The lion on the bus says, “See you soon” ♫ See you soon ♫ See you soon ♫ The lion on the bus says, “See you soon” ♫ Off from the bus (“Head Shoulders Knees and Toes” part one) ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes ♫ Eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes – [Woman] Excellent work, guys. This time, leave out the word head. ♫ Shoulders, knees and
toes, knees and toes ♫ Shoulders, knees and
toes, knees and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Shoulders, knees and
toes, knees and toes – [Woman] Brilliant job. This time, leave out the
words head and shoulders. ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes – [Woman] You’re doing really great. Now, you need to leave out the words head, shoulders, and knees. ♫ And toes, and toes ♫ And toes, and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ And toes, and toes – [Woman] You’ve done so brilliantly. Last time now, bring back all the words. ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Head, shoulders, knees
and toes, knees and toes (“Five Little Monkeys” part two) ♫ Five little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ One little monkey jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (“Bingo”) (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-o – Okay, this time when you sing it, leave to the B and clap instead. (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ (clap) I-N-G-O ♫ (clap) I-N-G-O ♫ (clap) I-N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-o – Well done. This time, leave out the B and the I. (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) N-G-O ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) N-G-O ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-o – Excellent. This time, just say the G and the O. (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) G-O ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) G-O ♫ (clap) ♫ (Clap) ♫ (clap) G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-o – Excellent work, guys. This time just sing the letter O. (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) O ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) O ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) O ♫ And Bingo was his name-o – For the last one, just clap. (dog barks) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog ♫ And Bingo was his name-o ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap)
♫ (clap) ♫ (clap) ♫ And Bingo was his name-o (dog barks) (“Old Macdonald” part one) ♫ Old MacDonald had A farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a pig ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With an oink oink here ♫ And an oink oink there ♫ Here an oink, there an oink ♫ Everywhere an oink oink ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a cow ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a moo moo here, and a moo moo there ♫ Here a moo, there a moo ♫ Everywhere a moo moo ♫ An oink oink here,
and an oink oink there ♫ Here an oink, there an oink ♫ Everywhere an oink oink ♫ Old MacDonald had A farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ Old MacDonald had A farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a duck ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a quack quack here ♫ And a quack quack there ♫ Here a quack, there a quack ♫ Everywhere a quack quack ♫ A moo moo here ♫ And a moo moo there ♫ Here a moo, there a moo ♫ Everywhere a moo moo ♫ An oink oink here ♫ And an oink oink there ♫ Here an oink, there an oink ♫ Everywhere an oink oink ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O (“Old MacDonald had a Farm” part two) ♫ Old MacDonald had A farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a chick ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a cheep cheep here ♫ A cheep cheep there ♫ Here a cheep, there a cheep ♫ Everywhere a cheep cheep ♫ Old MacDonald had A farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a dog ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a woof woof here ♫ A woof woof there ♫ Here a woof, there a woof ♫ Everywhere a woof woof ♫ A cheep cheep here ♫ A cheep cheep there ♫ Here a cheep, there a cheep ♫ Everywhere a cheep cheep ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a lamb ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a maa maa here ♫ A maa maa there ♫ Here a maa, there a maa ♫ Everywhere a maa maa ♫ A woof woof here ♫ A woof woof there ♫ Here a woof, there a woof ♫ Everywhere a woof woof ♫ A cheep cheep here ♫ A cheep cheep there ♫ Here a cheep, there a cheep ♫ Everywhere a cheep cheep ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ And on that farm he had a horse ♫ E-I-E-I-O ♫ With a neigh neigh here ♫ A neigh neigh there ♫ Here a neigh, there a neigh ♫ Everywhere a neigh neigh ♫ A maa maa here, a maa maa there ♫ Here a maa, there a maa ♫ Everywhere a maa maa ♫ A woof woof here ♫ A woof woof there ♫ Here a woof, there a woof ♫ Everywhere a woof woof ♫ A cheep cheep here ♫ A cheep cheep there ♫ Here a cheep, there a cheep ♫ Everywhere a cheep cheep ♫ Old MacDonald had a farm ♫ E-I-E-I-O (“ABC Phonics Song”) ♫ A-A-Apple ♫ B-B-Bus ♫ C-C-Cow ♫ D-D-Duck ♫ E-E-Elephant ♫ F-F-Fish ♫ G-G-Girl ♫ H-H-Hat ♫ I-I-Igloo ♫ J-J-Jungle ♫ K-K-Kitten ♫ L-L-Lamb ♫ M-M-Moon ♫ N-N-Nest ♫ O-O-Orange ♫ P-P-Pig ♫ Q-q-Quack ♫ R-R-Rainbow ♫ S-S-Star ♫ T-T-Train ♫ U-U-Under ♫ V-V-Video ♫ W-W-Whale ♫ X-X-Xylophone ♫ Y-Y-Yoyo ♫ Z-Z-Zebra (“Baa Baa Black Sheep” part two) ♫ Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master, one for the dame ♫ And one for the little
boy who lives down the lane ♫ Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master, one for the dame ♫ And one for the little
boy who lives down the lane (electronic zapping) (“Wash Hands Song”) ♫ When it’s time to eat ♫ I wash my hands ♫ After playing outside ♫ I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poo ♫ I wash my hands ♫ When it’s time to eat ♫ I wash my hands ♫ After playing outside ♫ I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poo ♫ I wash my hands (“Mary Had a Little Lamb”) ♫ Mary had a little lamb,
little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ Mary went, Mary went ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ Mary went, Mary went ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ Mary went, Mary went ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go (“Ten In The Bed”) ♫ There were 10 in the bed ♫ And the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Nine ♫ There were nine in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Eight ♫ There were eight in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Seven ♫ There were seven in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Six ♫ There were six in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Five ♫ There were five in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Four ♫ There were four in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Three ♫ There were three in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ Two ♫ There were two in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out ♫ One ♫ There was one in the bed
and the little one said (yawns) ♫ Good night (“Three Little Kittens”) ♫ Three little kittens
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh, mother, dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost ♫ What ♫ Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens ♫ Then you shall have no pie ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ Three little kittens
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh, mother, dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost ♫ What ♫ Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens ♫ And you shall have no pie ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ Three little kittens
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh, mother, dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost ♫ What ♫ Lost your mittens you naughty kittens ♫ And you shall have no pie ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ The three little kittens
they found their mittens ♫ Lying on the road ♫ Oh, mother, dear, see here, see here ♫ Our mittens we have found ♫ What ♫ Put on your mittens, you silly kittens ♫ And you shall have some pie ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ Oh, let us have some pie (“Potty Song”) ♫ I like to sit down on the potty ♫ It’s so much fun ♫ Sometimes I have an accident ♫ And that’s okay ♫ ‘Cause every day I try again ♫ I pee in the potty and wash my hands ♫ I’m growin’ up ♫ Getting tall ♫ I don’t need my diapers anymore ♫ I like to sit down on the potty ♫ It’s so much fun ♫ Sometimes I have an accident ♫ And that’s okay ♫ ‘Cause every day I try again ♫ I poo in the potty and wash my hands ♫ I’m growin’ up ♫ Getting tall ♫ I don’t need my diapers anymore (“Rainbow Colours Song”) ♫ Red, orange, yellow ♫ Green, blue, indigo ♫ And violet makes a rainbow ♫ Let’s sing again ♫ Red, orange, yellow ♫ Green, blue, indigo ♫ And violet makes a rainbow ♫ Red, orange, yellow ♫ Green, blue, indigo ♫ And violet makes a rainbow ♫ Let’s sing again ♫ Red, orange, yellow ♫ Green, blue, indigo ♫ And violet makes a rainbow (“Ten Little Animals”) ♫ One little, two little,
three little pandas ♫ Four little, five
little, six little pandas ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little pandas ♫ 10 little pandas ♫ One little, two little,
three little kittens ♫ Four little, five
little, six little kittens ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little kittens ♫ 10 little kittens ♫ One little, two little,
three little monkeys ♫ Four little, five
little, six little monkeys ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little monkeys ♫ 10 little monkeys (“Row Row Row Your Boat” part one) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row, row, your boat
gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream

100 thoughts on “Little Baby Bum | Pet a Cake | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | ABCs and 123s

  1. My son is 16 months old oh! My god he loves .Every morning ,evening everytime is on in my house even me I love watching with my son et enjoy him the way he is happy. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  2. Great shows. My 2 year old granddaughter sits quietly and watches them all of the way thru! I am sure she will be singing the words and rhymes in no time. Very cute and friendly animations! Thank you! Thank you!

  3. Thank you so so so much for making my day more easer my 4 year old son is always sneaking in my room to watch those videos.😆😆😆

  4. All these comments are positive that's great because I'm gonna add another positive one! My baby cousin enjoys these she just turned 1 and she can say a couple of words which are: star (from twinkle twinkle little star), boy (from most of the rhymes), shape (shape song) and square(shape song)

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  6. im 10 years old and im loving these songs <3 thanks i love these songs when i was a baby thanks!

  7. LBB is the best music for babies my old months boy love the music and it help me to clean and cook at home

  8. my little grandsons absolutely love these videos. There's a stampede whenever I get my phone out! Thank you for quality videos that even adults enjoy watching with little ones ❤

  9. Pat a cake pat a cake bakers men bake me a cake as fast as you can pat it and prick it and mark it with a b put it in the oven for baby and me

  10. I love this video. Delightful take on the old favorite Pat A Cake kiddies' song. Thanks a million for sharing this video. Have a great day. Wishing you all the best from all your buddies at HuggyBoBo 👀🎈

  11. Since my daughter was two months old I had this on she is now 9 months and can't get enough sometimes I even do but she could watch little baby bum 24-7 when she eats when I change her only way she will sit still(:

  12. My Friand love this every time I am here with here she will ask for my phone and I will play some of these videos for her

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