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Updated: August 30, 2010 15:28 IST

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The “Rhyme Skool” collection.
The “Rhyme Skool” collection.

Nursery Rhymes is a fun way to learn and here's another collection to set you on a roll!

Who does not like to sing or dance while listening to nursery rhymes? The “Rhyme Skool” collection features some old and new rhymes set to music from across the globe.

“All by myself” has Katrina Kaif introduce you to the world of music and encourages you to say aloud what you can do by yourself. “After my bath” and “Teddy bear” are set to faster beats.

For all of you who would like to know about your fingers and hands you must listen to “Five little fingers”. Moving on, make sure not to miss the “Buzzing Bees”, a fast paced song. Out of the 24 rhymes “Old Mac Donald” and “Five Little Monkeys” are the most popular tracks. Among the new ones Seashore and Flowers make you want to learn them right away.

The music, composed by A.R. Rahman's students is universal. From the Caribbean Reggae to Hip hop to Rap it has it all. Enter the magic world of rhymes!


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