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Number Rhymes

This section contains a collection of resources relating to various early years number rhymes. They are ideal to deal to encourage mathematical development in a fun and engaging way. Includes illustrated poems / songs as well as well as printable stick puppets that could be used as visual aids when retelling / performing the rhymes. 

Includes the following number rhymes: Monkey babies, ten green bottles, five little men in a flying saucer, five little bears, five little ducks went swimming one day, five little speckled frogs, five little monkeys and five garden snails. If you would like us to illustrate another number rhyme then please get in touch.



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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Once I Caught a Fish Alive Nursery Rhyme

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10 Green Bottles Visual Aids / Stick Puppets

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5 Garden Snails – Visual Aids / Stick Puppets

5 Little Bears Counting Rhymes

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5 Little Bears Visual Aids / Stick Puppets

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5 Little Ducks – Visual Aids / Stick puppets

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5 Little Men Visual Aids / Stick Puppets

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5 Little Monkeys – Visual Aids / Stick Puppets

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5 Little Speckled Frogs – Visual Aids

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Baa Baa Black Sheep Nursery Rhyme

Five Garden Snails Poem

Handa’s Surprise Number Song


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