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Children can learn a lot when playing and this can be made more fun by the use of rhymes.  There are many such rhymes including the following which is meant to help children learn the alphabet.

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a was an apple pie,
b bit it,
c cut it,
d dealt it,
e eat it,
f fought for it,
g got it,
h had it,
i inspected it,
j joined for it,
k kept it,
l longed for it,
m mourned for it,
n nodded at it,
o opened it,
p peeped in it,
q quartered it,
r ran for it,
s stole it,
t took it,
u upset it,
v viewed it,
w wanted it,
xyz all wished for a piece in hand


Rhymes can make learning fun for all concerned and there are others on site including one to help with simple arithmetic, several to help when teaching the alphabet, others for memory, counting stones and a few for older children.






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