Leading singer and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Abrar-ul-Haq’s modern-day mothers sang nursery rhymes on their smartphones, sparking a debate on social media.
A video clip of singer Abrar-ul-Haq going viral on social media in which he is seen addressing a function in Islamabad.
There has been talk of “Baby Shark Doo Doo” on social media, with some supporting and appreciating it, while others taking it in stride.
Some emphasized the constructive aspects of children’s poems, while others reminded themselves of the lyrics of Abrar-ul-Haq’s past songs.
Abrar-ul-Haq said that in the past mothers used to teach the word to their children, today they give phone calls on which the children swing on the “baby shark”.
One woman said that singers like “Nach Punjaban” and “Blu De Ghar” are embarrassing mothers today that they are responsible for the moral degradation of their children by reciting poems like Baby Shark.
One sahib said that kalma and nursery rhymes are not a substitute for each other, you can also teach kalma to children and also nursery rhymes.
Many people said that nursery rhymes are not always taught to children from today. Characters like Humti Dumpty, Toot Butot fill children’s imaginative worlds with color and encourage them to learn with interest, while the same characters With help, children are taught to count, the alphabet, the names of vegetables and fruits, and sometimes the sounds of animals.
On the one hand, through poetry, children are being introduced to new words in play, on the other hand, family system and home relationships are being introduced.
The importance of relationships is being emphasized by teaching words like grandfather, grandmother, mama, papa, as well as encouraging physical activity and exercise.
In modern times, traditional teaching methods are changing and digital apps are being used to teach children new concepts.