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Sing the song together, listen to the sound and try to identify it.
Sam Squirrel adds one more to his pile of acorns or makes one less.
Counting forwards from one to twenty using number shapes.
Comparing two sets to say which is more or which is fewer.
Sing the song and decide which rhyming words go into the soup.
Say the rhyme and identify the phoneme that the animals and birds start with.
Ordering number shapes from 1 to 10 and backwards from 10 to 1.
Listen to the story, chant the rhyme together and identify the sound.
Sing along to the song ‘There was a princess long ago’.
Sing the song and decide which things should go into the soup.
Look at the pictures and then identify the one which does not rhyme with the others.
Identify the picture and use a robotic voice to sound out the word.
A simple maths PowerPoint where the children have to count the stars.
Demonstrating subtracting two using a familiar rhyme.
Click on the next 2D shape or colour to continue the pattern.
Chant the rhyme together and do the various actions at the same time.
Jigsaw puzzles – count the robots and match with the numbers.
A pancake poem by Christina Rossetti which can be used as a poster.
A colourful set of six 3D shapes with faces for display in the classroom.
Count the ladybird’s spots and click on the right number.
Two nursery rhymes 'Humpty Dumpty' and 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star'.
Two nursery rhymes – Hickory Hickory Dock' and 'Hey Diddle Diddle'.
Two nursery rhymes to sing together – ‘Jack and Jill’ and ‘Little Miss Muffet’.
Two nursery rhymes 'Baa, Baa Black Sheep' and 'Incy Wincy Spider'.
Two nursery rhymes 'Row, row, row your boat' and '1, 2, 3, 4, 5'.
Two nursery rhymes 'Polly put the kettle on' and 'Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat'.
Two nursery rhymes '2 Little Dicky Birds' and 'Little Bo Peep'.
Look at the picture, think of a voice sound to describe the action e.g. weeee.
Scare your children with this ghost poem for Halloween.
Halloween rhyme for introducing ordinal numbers to young children.