Popular nursery rhymes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages
Try singing these nursery rhymes with your child in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Recognising the importance of the first five years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Queensland have developed translations of popular nursery rhymes.
In 2016, Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes was translated into Kunggandji language. Kunggandji is the traditional language of the Kunggandji people of Yarrabah, an Aboriginal community 50km from Cairns.
Others in the series, translated in different traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, include Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in Mabuiag dialect of the Torres Strait and Roly Poly in Kala Kawaw Ya, also a dialect of the Torres Strait.
Try singing them with your child!