Videos and songs to teach Pre-K
and Kindergarten kids about how to write numbers from 0 to 9 and
from 0 to 20.

Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Common Core Standards: K.CC.3.

### Suggested Learning Targets

### Writing numbers from 0 to 10

Practice number writing with a song (with lyrics and video)

Put a one by a zero and count again.

**Writing Numbers Rhyme**

0 - Make a big loop just like so. This is the way to make zero.

1 - A straight line, one is fun.

2 - Around and back on the railroad track-two,two,two.

3 - Around the tree and around the tree, that's the way we make a three.

4 - Down and over, down some more. That's the way we make a four.

5 - Fat old five goes down and around. Put a flag on top and see what you've found.

6 - Down to a loop, six rolls a hoop.

7 - Across the sky and down from heaven, that's the way we make a seven.

8 - Make an "s" but do not wait -- go right back up to make an eight.

9 - A loop and a line--that's a nine.

10 - A one first, a zero then, that's the way we make a ten!**Rhyme for Writing the Numbers 1 to 10**

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 an 0 - 10 are all your fingers you know!

### Writing Numbers 0 to 20

Learn to identify and write numbers from 0 to 20.
**Numbers for Children: Learn to write numbers 10-20**
**How to Teach Kids Numbers**

I can represent a group of objects with a written numeral 0-20.

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Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Common Core Standards: K.CC.3.

- I can write numbers 0-10.
- I can write numbers 11-20.
- I can represent a group of objects with a written numeral
0-20.

- I can match a set with a number card that states its quantity
- I can build numbers with concrete materials and then write the numerals that represent those numbers
- I know that zero represents an empty set

Zero is where it all begins

Curve down around and up again.

Number one is so much fun

Pull straight down and you're got a one.

Number two is easy to do

Up around down and across makes two.

Number three is simple to see

Draw two humps sideways and that's a three.

Number four I do adore

Go down, across, then down some more.

We're reached five, now let's not stop

Pull down, circle round, put a hat on top.

Number six is easy to fix

Big curve, small loop will give you six.

Number seven is really sizzling

Straight across, slant down, and that's a seven.

Number eight isn't very straight

Make "S" then back up for an eight.

Number nine I think you're fine

A loop on top of a long straight line.

Put a one by a zero and count again.

0 - Make a big loop just like so. This is the way to make zero.

1 - A straight line, one is fun.

2 - Around and back on the railroad track-two,two,two.

3 - Around the tree and around the tree, that's the way we make a three.

4 - Down and over, down some more. That's the way we make a four.

5 - Fat old five goes down and around. Put a flag on top and see what you've found.

6 - Down to a loop, six rolls a hoop.

7 - Across the sky and down from heaven, that's the way we make a seven.

8 - Make an "s" but do not wait -- go right back up to make an eight.

9 - A loop and a line--that's a nine.

10 - A one first, a zero then, that's the way we make a ten!

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 an 0 - 10 are all your fingers you know!

I can represent a group of objects with a written numeral 0-20.

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