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Learning nursery rhymes and being allowed to use imaginative play during the learning session is incredibly beneficial to your child. Not only does it help them develop social skills while interacting with teachers and other students, it also helps them develop self confidence.

 

Little Jack Horner Nursery RhymeLittle Miss Muffet Nursery RhymeThree Blind Mice Nursery RhymeMary, Mary, Quite Contrary Nursery RhymeGoosey, Goosey Nursery Rhyme

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