Little Baby Bum | Song About Trucks | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids


(whimsical chimes) – [Narrator] Little Baby Bum. (playful music) ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ Well they’re so very cool ♫ Carry lots of things ♫ Like people and tools ♫ Listen to the engine ♫ Sounds so loud ♫ Look at the huge wheels
as they turn around ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ They smell of oil ♫ They carry lots of things ♫ Like rocks and soil ♫ Press the red button ♫ The dumping of the stuff ♫ Out come the rocks ♫ Wow, so cool, yeah ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ Well they’re so very cool ♫ Carry lots of people and lots of tools ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ You’re my friend so I always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help, just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ If you cry then I
will try to cheer you up ♫ Friends help each other out ♫ That’s what friends are all about ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ When you’re sick in bed
and feeling oh so blue ♫ I will help you get
to feeling better soon ♫ I will bring you things you need ♫ Make you comfortable indeed ♫ When you’re sick, I’ll
help you feel better soon ♫ When you need someone
to talk to, I’ll be here ♫ If you need someone
to talk to, never fear ♫ I will listen any day to
the things you want to say ♫ When you need someone
to talk to, I’ll be here ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help, just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so I
will always be there ♫ (playful music) ♫ One, two, three, four, five ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ Coming, ready or not ♫ Count one to 10 without a peak ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where you’d go ♫ Where you’d hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here ♫ I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this ♫ Where did you go ♫ Are you here ♫ Yes, yes, yes, no ♫ One, two, three, four, five, ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ Coming, ready or not ♫ Count one to 10 without a peak ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where you’d go ♫ Where’d you hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here ♫ I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this ♫ Where did you go ♫ Are you here ♫ Yes, yes, yes, no ♫ (playful music) ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ Count to three over and over ♫ Let’s find a little green clover ♫ There it is ♫ Can you believe ♫ One and two and yes, three leaves ♫ Up and next it’s the triangle ♫ With three sides and three angles ♫ Some sides are short, some are long ♫ If you count three,
you’re right, not wrong. ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ Have you ever seen a tricycle ♫ It’s like a three-wheeled bicycle ♫ One wheel at the front
and two at the back ♫ If you count them all,
you’ve got the knack ♫ Now don’t forget about
the three little kittens ♫ The naughty cats who lost their mittens ♫ Here they are, can you see ♫ Count them with me ♫ One, two, three ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, bake the cake ♫ Nine, 10, in the oven ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, pipe the cake ♫ Nine, 10, do it again ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, fill and pour ♫ Five, six, spoon to lick ♫ Seven, eight, eat the cake ♫ Nine, 10, yum mm mm ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ What’s that sound, what’s that sound ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ All through the town ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ Firetruck through, firetruck through ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree
says meow, meow, meow ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ The cat in the tree
says meow, meow, meow ♫ All through the town ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ Please don’t move, please don’t move ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ Been rescued, been rescued ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ All through the town ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ Now cheering, now cheering ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ All through the town ♫ (playful music) ♫ Jack Sprat could eat no fat ♫ His wife eat could eat no lean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ Jack Sprat could eat no fat ♫ His wife could eat no lean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With silver bells, and cockle shells ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With gold roses and pink posies ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With large daisies for all the bees ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ (playful music) ♫ Boing boing, bounce bounce ♫ Jump jump, pounce pounce ♫ Spin around, touch the ground ♫ Tap your knees, then make these sounds ♫ Boo boo, hee hee, boo boo, hee hee ♫ Baa baa, bi bi, baa baa, bi bi ♫ Come and count, one, two, three ♫ Then play you and me ♫ Boing boing, bounce bounce ♫ Jump jump, pounce pounce ♫ Spin around, touch the ground ♫ Tap your knees, then make these sounds ♫ Boo boo, hee hee, boo boo, hee hee ♫ Baa baa, bi bi, baa baa, bi bi ♫ Come and count, one, two, three ♫ Then play you and me ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ One and two fish ♫ Three and four fish ♫ Five and six fish ♫ Seven and eight fish ♫ Nine fish ♫ 10 fish ♫ Yeah ♫ Big and little fish ♫ Gills and scales ♫ Colorful, fun fish ♫ Fins and tails ♫ One and two fish ♫ Three and four fish ♫ Five and six fish ♫ Seven and eight fish ♫ Nine fish ♫ 10 fish ♫ Yeah ♫ (playful music) – [Girl] Okay, are you ready for some fun? ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Kick your legs ♫ And turn around ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Kick your legs ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Like you just don’t care ♫ Again! ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Kick your legs ♫ And turn around ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Kick your legs ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Like you just don’t care ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Four right angles,
four corners and sides ♫ It looks like a square,
but it’s much more wide ♫ Each side looks the
same as the one across ♫ They’re called parallel lines ♫ Now don’t lost ♫ Chocolate bars are rectangles ♫ Windows and doors are rectangles ♫ Books and magazines are rectangles ♫ Can you find some
more rectangles with me (twanging springs) (rapid beeps) (twanging) ♫ Four right angles,
four corners and sides ♫ It looks like a square,
but it’s much more wide ♫ Each side looks the
same as the one across ♫ They’re called parallel lines ♫ Now don’t get lost ♫ Chocolate bars are rectangles ♫ Windows and doors are rectangles ♫ Books and magazines are rectangles ♫ Can you find some more
rectangles with me ♫ (upbeat music) ♫ One, two ♫ Three, four ♫ Five, six ♫ Seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ Yeah ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ One little, two little, three little ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ Yeah ♫ 10, nine ♫ Eight, seven ♫ Six, five ♫ Four, three, two, one ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Give me an S, S ♫ Give me an E, E ♫ Give me a V, V ♫ Give me an E, E ♫ Give me an N, N ♫ What have you got ♫ Seven ♫ Yes ♫ See seven cats on seven gates ♫ Seven bowls with seven plates ♫ Seven feet and seven skates ♫ The number seven is great ♫ Seven monkeys in seven trees ♫ Seven whales in the Seven Seas ♫ Seven locks and seven keys ♫ Seven if you please ♫ (upbeat music) ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday, happy birthday ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away, Peter ♫ Fly away, Paul ♫ Come back, Peter ♫ Come back, Paul ♫ Into the garden the little birds go ♫ Looking for worms that hide down low ♫ Peter can’t catch one ♫ Neither can Paul ♫ Back home, Peter ♫ Back home, Paul ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away, Peter ♫ Fly away, Paul ♫ Come back, Peter ♫ Come back, Paul ♫ (gentle music) ♫ We really, really love spring ♫ Spring brings lots of new things ♫ New flowers, cute baby lambs ♫ Bees are buzzing, clap your hands ♫ Summertime means ice creams ♫ Beaches, holidays, lovely things ♫ Blue skies, smiling sun ♫ Swimming in the pool, lots of fun ♫ In fall, the leaves turn brown ♫ Then they fall down to the ground ♫ Lots of birds then fly away ♫ But they’ll come back another day ♫ In wintertime, it’s very cold ♫ Build a snowman, grab some coal ♫ Snowball fights and sledding too ♫ Wintertime is fun for you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ There’s the bus, there’s the bus ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ What a long queue, what a long queue ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ All through the town ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ Come along, come along ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ All through the town ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ Run around, run around ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ Catch the ducks, catch the ducks ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ All through the town ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ Move again, move again ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ All through the town ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One fast car so blue and bright ♫ One jet airplane taking flight ♫ One big tugboat on the lake ♫ And one long train, train, train ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One juicy orange that tastes so great ♫ One yellow banana on my plate ♫ One sweet apple I love to eat ♫ And one ripe strawberry ♫ (playful music) ♫ The little blue whale
with the little blue tail ♫ With the blue tail, with the blue tail ♫ Can you see the blue
whale in the big blue sea ♫ Swimming so merrily ♫ The little blue bird
flies high in the blue sky ♫ In the blue sky, in the blue sky ♫ Can you see the blue
bird flying in the breeze ♫ Flying so merrily ♫ The little blue frog
hops with the blue flea ♫ From the tree, from the tree ♫ Can you see the blue friends
hopping one, two, three ♫ Hopping so merrily ♫ (playful music) ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever you ever
see an ant climbing a plant ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a duck in pickup truck ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a fly wearing a tie ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat ♫ Down by the bay ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Let’s all talk about the number four ♫ That’s one and two plus another two more ♫ Four, four sounds like a football score ♫ And the little panda has four paws ♫ Knock, knock on door number four ♫ Four colored pencils so you can draw ♫ A rectangle, diamond, rhombus or more ♫ Shapes with sides one, two, three, four ♫ Four legs on a table,
four wheels on a car ♫ Without these four you wouldn’t go far ♫ Four sides to a yummy mm chocolate bar ♫ Four’s everywhere, hip hip hurrah ♫ Now it’s your turn to find all the fours ♫ Untie and then check all your drawers ♫ ‘Cause everywhere
you’ll see more and more ♫ The fantastic and useful number four ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked
sixpence upon a crooked stile ♫ He bought a crooked cat ♫ Which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all lived together
in a little crooked house ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked
sixpence upon a crooked stile ♫ He bought a crooked cat ♫ Which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all lived together
in a little crooked house ♫ They ate a crooked dinner
on a very crooked table ♫ And came a crooked horse
from a crooked stable ♫ They all had crooked dishes ♫ In many crooked stiles ♫ And after every bite ♫ Each had a crooked smile ♫ ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ (lighthearted music) – Hello, do you know how
many fingers you have? Let’s count them. ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ Friendly tiger says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ Elephant he says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ The lovely panda says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ The swinging monkey says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ (playful music) ♫ One, two ♫ Three, four, five, six ♫ Marbles rolling down the hill ♫ Let’s follow them ♫ It will be a thrill ♫ Six birds are watching up above ♫ And can you see six
flowers with six bees buzzing ♫ Six, six, what a magical number ♫ See six ants marching on a cucumber ♫ That’s six, six dogs chasing a Frisbee ♫ It must be a six number day ♫ Six marbles rolling down the hill ♫ Let’s follow them ♫ It will be a thrill ♫ Six birds are watching up above ♫ And can you see six
flowers with six bees buzzing ♫ Six, six, what a magical number ♫ See six ants marching on a cucumber ♫ That’s six, six dogs chasing a Frisbee ♫ It must be a six number day ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Roses are red ♫ Violets are blue ♫ Sugar is sweet ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ Yes, it’s true ♫ I love you ♫ Roses are red ♫ Violets are blue ♫ Sugar is sweet ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ Yes, it’s true ♫ I love you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Solomon Grundy ♫ School on a Monday ♫ Dancing on Tuesday ♫ Painting on Wednesday ♫ Biking on Thursday ♫ Shopping on Friday ♫ Scooter on Saturday ♫ Playing on Sunday ♫ That’s another tale of Solomon Grundy ♫ Solomon Grundy ♫ School on a Monday ♫ Dancing on Tuesday ♫ Painting on Wednesday ♫ Biking on Thursday ♫ Shopping on Friday ♫ Scooter on Saturday ♫ Playing on Sunday ♫ That’s another tale of Solomon Grundy ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ There was a man lived in the moon ♫ Lived in the moon, lived in the moon ♫ There was a man lived in the moon ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And his hat was made
of good cream cheese ♫ Of good cream cheese,
of good cream cheese ♫ And his hat was made
of good cream cheese ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And his belt was made from sausages ♫ From sausages, from sausages ♫ And his belt was made from sausages ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ (gentle music) ♫ At night the moon comes out to play ♫ The sun has finished for the day ♫ Now it’s late and very dark ♫ The moon shines bright across the park ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon,
moon, moon ♫ Sometimes the moon is a crescent ♫ And sometimes it is round ♫ It grows bigger and then smaller ♫ Every month we have found ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon,
moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon ♫ (playful music) ♫ To market, to market to buy a big cake ♫ Mm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market to buy a cute dog (dog barking) ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done ♫ To market, to market to buy a big cake ♫ Mm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market to buy a cute dog (dog barking) ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done ♫ (playful music) ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ (gentle music) – [Voiceover] Hello, I’m Thumbkin. I’m Bunter. ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Mia ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Jacus ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Run and hide, run and hide ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Polly ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Run away, run away ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Johnny ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ (lighthearted music) – [Narrator] For more great
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