Nursery Rhymes


  1. A B C…

Come little children,

Come to me.

I will teach you A B C




U V W X Y Z.

X Y Z! Oh dear me?

When shall I learn

my A B C?


  1. A diller, a dollar


A diller, a dollar,
A ten o’olock scholar.
What makes yon come so soon?
You used to come at ten o’clock,
But now you come at noon.


  1. An Elephant


Elephant is the biggest land animal.
It lives in the forest.
It has two tusks and a trunk.
It is black in colour.
It is an herbivore.
It helps to carry wood.



  1. “Baa, Baa,” says The Sheep.


“Baa, Baa,” says The Sheep.

“Bow, Wow,” says The Dog.

“Mew, Mew,” says The Cat.

“Caw, Caw,” says The Crow.

“Quack, Quack,” says The Duck.


  1. Charley, Charley

Charley, Charley,
Stole the barley.
Out of the baker’s shop.
The baker come out
And gave him a clout,
Which made poor Charley hop.



Stories for Kids


1.The Lion and the Mouse


Once when a lion, the king of the jungle, was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down on him. This soon awakened the lion, who placed his huge paw on the mouse, and opened his big jaws to swallow him.

“Pardon, O King!” cried the little mouse. “Forgive me this time. I shall never repeat it and I shall never forget your kindness. And who knows, I may be able to do you a good turn one of these days!”

The lion was so tickled by the idea of the mouse being able to help him that he lifted his paw and let him go.

Sometime later, a few hunters captured the lion, and tied him to a tree. After that they went in search of a wagon, to take him to the zoo.

Just then the little mouse happened to pass by. On seeing the lion’s plight, he ran up to him and gnawed away the ropes that bound him, the king of the jungle.

“Was I not right?” said the little mouse, very happy to help the lion.

MORAL: Small acts of kindness will be rewarded greatly.


2. The Goose with the Golden Eggs


Once upon a time, a man and his wife had the good fortune to have a goose which laid a golden egg every day. Lucky though they were, they soon began to think they were not getting rich fast enough.

They imagined that if the bird is able to lay golden eggs, its insides must be made of gold. And they thought that if they could get all that precious metal at once, they would get mighty rich very soon. So the man and his wife decided to kill the bird.

However, upon cutting the goose open, they were shocked to find that its innards were like that of any other goose!


Kill not the goose that lays golden eggs is a popular proverb in English that is rooted in this story.

When we use this proverb, we mean that anyone who feels entitled to, and tries to get more than he is already receiving, is most likely to get nothing at all in the future.

Read the following example:

Young Johnny had a very kind and generous uncle. Every time Johnny visited him with his parents, he was given five cents. One day, Johnny thought of buying a bike. The next time he met his uncle, he asked him for 50 dollars. “50 dollars?” exclaimed his uncle. “That is a lot of money!”

“Well, you can afford it, and I want to buy a bike,” said Johnny. “You don’t have any children, so you should have a lot of money.”

Johnny’s uncle was very angry. He did not like Johnny’s attitude.

Johnny did not get 50 dollars. He did not get his five cents also any more.

He had killed the goose that laid golden eggs. If he had been wiser, he would have at least got his five cents.

Sometimes, we are not content with what we have, and wish for more. Such discontentment always results in unhappiness, and regret.

  1. The Cunning Fox and the Clever Stork


Once upon a time, there lived a very cunning and mischievous fox. He used to speak to other animals sweetly and gain their trust, before playing tricks on them.

One day the fox met a stork. He befriended the stork and acted like a very good friend. Soon, he invited the stork to have a feast with him. The stork happily accepted the invitation.

The day of the feast came, and the stork went to the fox’s house. To her surprise and disappointment, the fox said that he could not make a big feast as promised, and just offered some soup. When he brought the soup out of the kitchen, the stork saw that it was in a shallow bowl!

The poor stork could not have any soup with its long bill, but the fox easily licked the soup from the plate. As the stork just touched the soup with the tip of its bill, the fox asked her, “How is the soup? Don’t you like it?”

The hungry stork replied, “Oh it is good, but my stomach is upset, and I can’t take any more soup!”

“I’m sorry for troubling you,” said the fox.

The stork replied, “Oh dear, please don’t say sorry. I have some health problem and cannot enjoy what you offer.”

She left the place after thanking the fox, and inviting him to her house for dinner.

The day arrived and the fox reached the stork’s place. After exchanging pleasantries, the stork served soup for both of them, in a narrow jar with a long neck. She was able to have the soup very easily with her long bill, but the fox obviously could not.

After finishing hers, the stork asked the fox if he was enjoying the soup. The fox remembered the feast he himself had given the stork, and felt very ashamed. He stammered, “I…I’d better leave now. I have a tummy ache.”

Humiliated, he left the place running.

Moral: One bad turn begets another.



How to increase the talking ability of your child?


1. Reduce the pace.

Speak with your child in an unhurried way, pausing frequently. Wait a few seconds after your child finishes before you begin to speak. Your own easy relaxed speech will be far more effective than any advice such as “slow down” or “try it again slowly. For some children, it is also helpful to introduce a more relaxed pace of life for a while.


  1. Full listening.

Try to increase those times that you give your child your undivided attention and are really listening. This does not mean dropping everything every time she speaks.


  1. Asking questions.

Asking questions is a normal part of life – but try to resist asking one after the other. Sometimes it is more helpful to comment on what your child has said and wait.


  1. Turn taking.

Help all members of the family take turns talking and listening. Children find it much easier to talk when there are fewer interruptions.


  1. Building confidence.

Use descriptive praise to build confidence. An example would be “I like the way you picked up your toys. You’re so helpful,” instead of “that’s great.” Praise strengths unrelated to talking as well such as athletic skills, being organized, independent, or careful.




  1. Special times.

Set aside a few minutes at a regular time each day when you can give your undivided attention to your child. This quiet calm time – no TV, iPad or phones – can be a confidence builder for young children. As little as five minutes a day can make a difference.


  1. Normal rules apply.

Discipline the child who stutters just as you do your other children and just as you would if he didn’t stutter.




Activities conducted by Little Hearts in the month of April

In the month of April our little hearts enjoyed their classes with lots of interesting activities… Let’s go through them…

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  • Lady Bird Activities
  • Time with Nurse
  • Doctor Activities
  • Fire Extinguishing
  • Busy Bees Professions
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Learning Science
  • Fireman activities
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    Events conducted by Little Hearts Nursery in the month of April.

    02.04.2017    World Autism Awareness Day

    08.04.2017    Easter Open Day

    22.04.2017    Earth Day

    23.04.2017    World Book Day

    29.04.2017    International Dance Day


Little Hearts Nursery Facilities

Here is the safe, secure, airy, natural and bubbly environment for your children to learn. Buses, convenient classroom, sandpit, mud kitchen are the various facilities that we have to our own credit.

1.Transport Facility

Children are transported in the school buses from a radius of 40 to 80 Kms. daily to and fro the school campus.


2. Play Areas

 To complement our spacious and artistic education space, children have access to our top-of-the-range indoor play areas.


3. British EYFS Curriculum Classroom

  The spacious classrooms contain soothing wall color choices, built-in cabinetry, ample classroom storage, and lots of windows for bright, natural light. A prepared environment is essential to the British EYFS Curriculum Method and has been a cornerstone of the careful design and layout of each individual classroom within the school. All new materials are clean, organised, accessible, developmentally appropriate and the perfect size for little hands!


4. Our Campus

We have a purpose built, eco-friendly school with two large indoor play areas, IT suite, designated kitchen area and seating for all children to enjoy socializing with their friends.



What the parents say about Little Hearts Nursery Dubai

Little Hearts Nursery, Dubai offers quality education and day care services for kids of 4 months to 4 years of age. The nursery offers early childhood love, care and attention to the Little Hearts. The tiny tots are encouraged to nurture their inner talents and flourish their creativity and imagination.
These are what the parents has to say about their experience with regard to their children and the education and care they receive at Little Hearts Nursery.


I would recommend this nursery to one and all, it is one of the best in the area. With a rich experience of having established nurseries in India and abroad, the management sure has all the best of the standards in place for the young and tender hearts. Wish you the best!!!”

-Sarojini Sinha-

“It is the best nursery!! We are very happy with the nursery and the progress of our daughter. Thank you Little Heart Nursery team for your love, approach and professionalism!!!”

-Irina Babilev- 

“Really amazing, colourful atmosphere,full of fun and activities for kids and energetic teacher always willing to help the kids. Keep it up you guys!”

-Viksha Baldoo-

بعد زيارتي الى حضانتكم شعرت بسعادة كبيرة و براحة عندما قمت بتسجيل طفلي فشعرت و كأنه في بيته مع أهله و اطمأنت بأنني أخذت القرار السديد بتسجيله في هذه الحضانة المتكاملة و بدمجه بين أفراد هذه العائلة الكريمة.     

-Ruba Khouja-

“Excellent nursery, great facility and well trained staff. Colourful and attractive. Plenty of feel good factors and definitely value for money.
Kids stepped in, will never feel like going home.Recommended to visit in person.”

-Kannan Ramanathan-   

Contact Us:
Adjacent to TAS’HEEL, Al Mamzar, Dubai , UAE
+971 50 270 8002, +971 42669965

Little Hearts Nursery Dubai

Why Us:

Our Nursery offers early childhood love, care and attention to the Little Hearts. We encourage our tiny tots to nurture their inner talents and flourish their creativity and imagination.

Little Hearts is a hub of learning through fun, activities and games in order to emphasise their concealed talents. We inspire them to build up self confidence and esteem in the early days of learning. Our motto is overall personal, social and emotional development of the children. We inspire them to develop their communication skills and language. We build our children to be a moral citizen of the future, to contribute to the community and to the world. The curriculum instills value based education to the Little Hearts that lacks in the modern age.


We inspire curiosity, independence and a life-long love of learning to help our children become contributing members of our community and the world.


In a nurturing and play-based environment, we use the internationally acclaimed High/Scope curriculum to build children’s self-esteem and problem solving skills, while fostering respect for themselves and others. and the world.

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
EYFS seeks to ensure that whichever nursery parents choose,they can be confident that their child will receive a quality experience that supports their development and learning. Recognises that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates, and that all areas of learning and development are equally important and inter-connected.

Expressive Arts and Design
Involves enabling children to explore and play with a wide range of media and materials, as well as providing opportunities and encouragement for sharing their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of activities in art, music, movement, dance, role-play and design & technology.

Understanding the World
Involves guiding children to make sense of their physical world and their community through opportunities to explore, observe and find out about people, places, technology and the environment.

Involves providing children with opportunities to develop and improve their skills in counting, understanding and using numbers, calculating simple addition and subtraction problems and to describe shapes, spaces and measures.

Communication & Language
Involves giving children opportunities to experience a rich language environment; to develop their confidence and skills in expressing themselves and to speak and listen in a range of situations.

Physical Development
Involves providing opportunities for young children to be active and interactive and to develop their coordination, control and movement. Children must also be helped to understand the importance of physical activity and to make healthy choices in relation to food.

Personal, Social & Emotional Development
Involves helping children to develop a positive sense of themselves and others; to form positive relationships and develop respect for others; to develop social skills and learn how to manage their feelings; to understand appropriate behaviour in groups; and to have confidence in their own abilities.

Involves encouraging children to link sounds and letters and to begin to read and write. Children must be given access to a wide range of reading materials (books, poems and other written materials) to ignite their interest.
Contact Us:

Adjacent to TAS’HEEL, Al Mamzar, Dubai , UAE

+971 50 270 8002, +971 42669965