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Let's Read a Poem

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We all have grown up listening to short English poems like Twinkle Twinkle, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Johnny Johnny, and others that have been passed on from generation. And you must have noticed the excitement and delight on a child’s face when they listen to nursery rhymes and musical poems. To help modern parents bring the joy of literature into their kid’s life, we bring to you this special short poem podcast “Let’s Read a Poem”. We pick classic short poems for kids and read the selected poems emphasizing different words and phrases to help our young listeners understand its deeper meaning. The narration style adds to the overall charm to make it fun for the younger age-groups to listen to. Parallely, short poems help in several developmental benefits for kids, like language development, speaking skills, and self-expression. The repetitions of words in a nursery rhyme or poem help to build strong memory skills and retention power in children. So join us in this lyrical journey and enjo... more


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