Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme?
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Two Little Dickie Birds Aiken Drum Humpty Dumpty These lines belong to the nursery rhyme... A Wise Old Owl A Was an Apple Pie Jack and Jill Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary These lines belong to the nursery rhyme...
Do You Remember These Classic Nursery Rhymes?
Nursery rhymes have a lot of old charm and magic to them still. Listening to those old rhymes sure brings me back to a more innocent time in my life. Do you remember the nursery rhymes you loved?
Choose a Rhyme and Learn About Yourself
In this test, we will ask you to choose a rhyme for the lines we present, we will then analyze your choices and produce a result regarding your outlook during this period of time. You can try it again at a later date to see if things have changed for you.
Did It Happen or Not?
Happened Didn't Happen The nursery rhyme 'Mary Had A Little Lamb' was based on a true stroy Her name was Mary Sawyer. She was an 11-year-old girl and lived in Boston and, one day, she was followed to school by her pet lamb.
Name That Historical Person!
Franz Kafka Ernest Hemingway Gerard de Nerval Hunter S Thompson This children's nursery rhyme needed help from all the kings horses and all the kings men, but they all failed Humpty Dumpty The Little Match Girl The Itsy Bitsy Spider The Old Woman that Lived in a Shoe Who said the famous words: "Veni,
Can You Answer All 17 Questions?
The nursery rhyme is actually based on Mary Sawyer, an 11 year old in Boston in the last 1860s whose lamb followed her to school one day. Yes No There's no way to tell No History Trophy For You!
How Much Do You Know About Flowers?
It is also part of a very famous rhyme. It is the... Violet Blue rose Hyacinth Morning Glory How many species of flowers are there? 35,000 of those are different species of roses!
Which Famous Author IS It?
William Shakespeare Geoffrey Chaucer Samuel Beckett Oscar Wilde This author uses rhyming in their works, and is the best selling children's author in history. Theodor Seuss Geisel is also known, of course, as Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel Roald Dahl J.K.