Did you know that listening to music helps your child develop brainpower and improves their memory? Furthermore, it is a great form of expression and fosters creativity. Let us look at some Bollywood tunes that aid learning and are fun for your children!
1. Ichak daana bichak daana (Shree 420, 1955) This is the song your parents grew up listening, you did and now hopefully your child will too. This melodious song shows a teacher who makes learning fun by singing to her students in an open sky school amidst Mother Nature.
Ichak daana bichak daana
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2. Nani teri morni (Masoom, 1960) Who can forget this fun filled song? A little girl singing and dancing to convince her grandmother in the most adorable fashion. Your own memories of having played antakshari in your childhood, is sure to add to the nostalgia.
Nani teri morni
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3. Nanha Munna rahi hun (Son of India, 1962) Instill the sense of patriotism and love for the nation in your child from an early age. Tune in this one and see them enjoy.
Nanha Munna rahi hun
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4. Phoolon ka taro ka (Hare Rama Hare Krishna, 1971) When this song released, it was stuck to the lips of brothers for a long time. It still is in fact the go to brother â€“ sister track. But why should it be restricted to siblings only? Sing it to your child regardless, you can always alter the lyrics if you like.
Phoolon ka taro ka
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5. Rona kabhi nahi rona (Apna Desh, 1972) Is your precious one upset over a broken toy, and nothing you do seems to work? Well, don't just go buy a new one yet. Play or better yet, sing it to her and see the tears paving way to fun and understanding of the world.
Rona kabhi nahi rona
6. Lakdi ki kathi (Masoom, 1983) When you think of songs for children, undoubtedly this is the first song that comes to mind. This song has been the most popular amongst kids till date, its poetical rhythm and classic lyrics make it evergreen.
Lakdi ki kathi
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7. Chak dhoom dhoom (Dil To Pagal Hai, 1997) Rain, dancing, singing, Madhuri Dixit and Shah Rukh Khan. This song is the recipe for a hit, and just amongst adults but kids as well. Make them listen to it once, and watch them go chak dhoom dhoom around the house.
Chak dhoom dhoom
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8. O Paapad wale panga na le (Makdee, 2002) Before you play this song to your children, do make them watch the movie. An anthem for every naughty girl, it also speaks about the confidence and bravery that should be taught at a young age.
O Paapad wale panga na le
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9. Chanda Chamke Cham Cham (Fanaa, 2006) Kids love tongue twisters and, they love to sing and dance. So could there be a better combination? This song might not be very easy to learn, but once they do learn it they won't be able to stop.
10. Bum Bum Bole (Taare Zameen Par, 2007) If your little one is too young to grasp the movie, make them listen to this fun song and see them dance away with the signature step. With great beats and lyrics, this song makes us wish all the art teachers were as charming as Nikumbh Sir.
Go get them all, play them and watch your little one dance away to the tunes! Have fun!