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Kids love listening their favourite rhymes, but when kids hear these same rhymes in five different languages it makes kids more happier and kids love to listen again and again. Its a first step to introduce kids to new languages.
Just say "Alexa, Play World Rhymes" and it will randomly play a popular rhyme either in Arabic or Chinese or English or Hindi or Spanish and its catchy.
Just say "Alexa, ask World Rhymes to play Jingle Bells" and it will play "Jingle Bells" rhyme either in Arabic or Chinese or English or Hindi or Spanish.
Top Five popular rhymes that are played "Five Little Monkeys", "Jingle Bells", "Wheels on the bus", "Johnny Johnny Yes Papa" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"