Nursery rhymes with lyrics and music.

American Nursery Rhymes

American nursery rhymes

Redy to sing the same american nursery rhymes for your kids as your parents used to sing for you in your own childhood? Many of these nursery rhymes have actually been sung in the US for generations. So your great great great grandpartens maybe heard the same songs while they were kids...

See list of traditional american rhymes below – and keep the american nursery rhyme tradition alive by singing them with your kids.

Enjoy real american nursery rhymes!

Tip: See also All nursery rhymes (you will find a lot of nursery rhymes that are popular in USA here too...)

List of Nursery Rhymes:

A-Tisket, A-Tasket Traditional American nursery rhyme that was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald.
A Wise Old Owl Wise words from a wise old owl in this old, American nursery rhyme.
All That Pretty Horses Beautiful lullaby that is recommended by
Billy Boy Long, traditional American nursery rhyme. In British English often called "My Billy Boy".
Cotton-Eyed Joe Traditional American folk song and nursery rhyme.
Five Little Monkeys Five Little Monkeys is a very popular nursery rhyme. Children simply love it!
Go Bananas, Peel Bananas... ...or "The Banana Song". Very fun nursery rhyme and camp song! The kids simply love this!
Hokey Pokey Very funny dance! You better try this one...
Ladybug, Ladybug Classic nursery rhyme about ladybugs.
Oh My Darling, Clementine American western folk song, but also used as a nursery rhyme.
Old McDonald Had a Farm A true classic! The kids simply love this American nursery rhyme!
Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater This American nursery rhyme is a bit strange, but still popular.
Rig a Jig Jig A popular, American nursery rhyme about friendship. Singing this nursery rhyme is great fun!
Row Row Row Your Boat "Row" your "boat" while you are singing this traditional American nursery rhyme!
Star Light Star Bright Long but very nice American lullaby and nursery rhyme.

Ten Little Indians American nursery rhyme about Indians. Great for learning counting!
The Animal Fair A fun nursery rhyme sung by American sailors already in 1898...
Three Little Kittens American nursery rhyme about three little kittens who lost their mittens.
Yankee Doodle American nursery rhyme first time published in the 1780s. Cosy song that is still popular.