Hickory Dickory Dock | Song

Hickory Dickory Dock is a freshly modified video version of the traditional rhyme for kids aged 4 and under. It mimics the sounds of a grandfather's clock ticking and chiming on the wall. Originally the words ‘hickory’, ‘dickory’ and ‘dock’ meant ‘eight’, ‘nine’ and ‘ten’ in the Celtic language. These days this is number one rhyme for introducing the basics for time telling. Kids listen, repeat and sing to the rhyme to learn to tell the times. Lyrics: Hickory dickory dock, The mouse went up the clock. The clock struck one, The mouse went down, Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, The bear went up the clock. The clock struck two, The bear ran down, Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, The parrot went up the clock. The clock struck three, The parrot went down, Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, The monkey went up the clock. The clock struck four, The monkey went down, Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, The pig went up the clock. The clock struck five, The pig went down, Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, The elephant went up the clock. The clock struck six, The elephant went down, Hickory dickory dock. The video is an ideal resource to introduce and learn the names of animals for toddlers. They will learn the animals in no time! Not only the rhyming song is a hundred percent fun and crowd pleaser, but also a perfect time saver.

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