Ring a Ring a Rosie

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Recommend for: Cognitive, Gross Motor, Baby, Toddler, Preschooler,

Categories: Baby Play,Sensory

Summary: “Ring a Ring a Rosie” is usually a group activity, but it is fun to play with just you and your baby. As well as being fun, this game assists in sensory and language development.

  • This game is best done while holding your baby in your arms
  • The song is usually sung in a circle with everyone holding hands, so it’s a fun game to play when you have visitors

Lyrics

Ring a Ring Rosie,
A pocket full of posy,
Atishoo, atishoo,
We all fall down (bob down to the ground)

Cows are in the meadows,
Eating buttercups
Atishoo, atishoo,
We all jump up (jump back up)

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