Number Song


Use this song at circle time, calendar, or turn it into a class book!


Learning to count.


  • A large sheet of butcher block paper

Lesson Plan:

On a large sheet of paper copy down this song. Add pictures of the animals in the song.

Tune: The Twleve Days of Christmas

Jim and Rosie went out walking and What did they see?

  • Ten flowers dancing
  • Nine rabbits hopping
  • Eight chickens hatching
  • Seven children chatting
  • Six squirrels scuttling
  • F I V E sailing boats
  • Four flying kites
  • Three brown cows
  • Two scarecrows
  • …and one duck quacking for tea!


This song would be perfect to make into a classroom book for all the kids to look at and recite!
Grade Level(s): Preschool, K
By: Debbie Haren, preschool teacher

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