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Learning Number 1




 
Videos, examples, songs and poems to teach Pre-K kids about the number 1.

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Numbers Games, Number Worksheets

Number 1

Sesame Street: Number One and Only
A girl trying to reach the number one.
Sesame Street: 1 Limerick
A song about the number one.



Sesame Street: Hortense and 1 Drum
A song about the number one.
Sesame Street – Number 1


 
Numbers Song
A numbers song for children

Number Poem

Number 1 is like a stick.
A straight line that is very quick.
For number 2, go right around.
Then make a line across the ground.
Go right around. What will it be?
Go round again to make a 3.
Down and over and down some more.
That's the way to make a 4.
Go down and around. Then you stop.
Finish the 5 with a line on top.
Make a curve. Then make a loop.
There are no tricks to make a 6.
Across the sky and down from heaven.
That's the way to make a 7.
Make an "S" and then don't wait.
Go up again to make an 8.
Make a loop and then a line.
That's the way to make a 9.
Make a 1 and then a 0.
10 are all your fingers you know!

Writing Numbers Poem

Straight line down
And then we're done.
That's the way
To make a one.
Around and back
On the railroad track.
Two, two,
Two, tow.
Around a tree,
Around a tree.
That's the way
To make a three.
Down and over,
Down once more.
That's the way
To make a four.
Straight line down,
Then around.
Hat on top
And five's a clown.
Stick and a hoop
Do the tricks.
That's the way
To make a six.
Across the sky
And down from heaven.
That's the way
To make a seven.
Make an S
And do not wait.
Go back up
And that's an eight.
A loop and a line
That's a nine.
Straight line down,
Then around with a grin.
That's the way
To make a ten.

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