Which Nursery Rhyme Are You?

By: Monica Lee

Oh no, you overslept! What do you do?

If you could choose any car, which one would it be?

It's vacation time, what country do you want to visit most?

What's your favorite meal for dinner?

What makes you feel good?

What is your favorite movie genre?

What's your biggest pet peeve?

What is your favorite sport to watch?

You're heading out with friends. Where are you going?

What's your morning routine?

How do you keep your house?

What's your favorite electronic?

Which household chore do you wish someone else would do for you?

How do you handle conflicts at work?

Which kind of person is most similar to you and your lifestyle?

What's your favorite season?

When it comes to Disney characters, which one do you relate to the most?

If you're having a stressful day, how do you like to unwind and relax?

You're at a party, where would we find you?

What's quote describes your life?

What's your favorite Dr. Seuss story?

No time to cook dinner, which restaurant are you heading to?

Which of these do you listen to most?

How would you prefer to travel?

It's lunchtime; what is the meal that you would normally eat most?

What do you drink during the day?

In what position do you sleep at night?

Which of these careers would you like the most?

Choose your favorite color. Which one is it?

What's your favorite holiday?

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About This Quiz

Some nursery rhymes seem to be written just for you. Take Old King Cole who was a merry old soul. Are you like him? Ready to call for your pipe, your bowl and your fiddlers three? Absolutely, if we'll find you at concerts, enjoying a fine wine (the bowl was for wine), and using your pipe to smoke tobacco... or whatever else you choose. 

But maybe the nursery rhyme of Old McDonald's Farm is the tune that underscores your life. With a "cluck, cluck" here and a "moo, moo" there. If you have kids, pets, errands to run, and a job to boot, you know you don't have to run a farm to feel overwhelmed!

Why do we even have nursery rhymes? Actually, they are important for young children in developing an ear for our language. Both rhyme and rhythm help kids hear the sounds and syllables in words. Which in turn, helps kids learn to read. You can see how powerful and potent these nursery rhymes are - most people can still recite them as adults! So whether you want to "sing a song of sixpence" or "pick a peck of pickled peppers," you're sure to find the nursery rhyme that speaks to you and your life by taking this quiz today.

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