Gogo’s five years old….and you….How old are you? Let’s learn the numbers from 1 to ten with Gogo.
How old are you? song by Genkienglish is a popular song amongst little kids. They love jumping and moving while they sing it. Why don’t you try it with this mini lesson?
Check out how these children enjoy it!
Mingle game is a fun way to practise the question “How old are you?” with little kids.
Children have to mingle together and when the chant finishes everybody asks a kid How old are you? . The child responds and everybody has to get into groups of that number and sit down.Take a look at this video.
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Here you have an easy, funny and catchy video to learn how to count to ten in English for your little kids.Are you ready? Everybody Up.
Last Friday, we could see the first snowflakes falling down. It was an amazing and freezing day!!! So, I decided to take the opportunity to present a new book called “The first day of winter” by Denise Fleming to my kindergarteners which helps us review numbers and colours and introduce some winter clothings.
O venres pasado, puidemos ver as primeiras folerpas de neve. Foi un día incrible e xeado!! Asi que , decidín aproveitar a oportunidade para presentar aos nenos de infantil un novo conto titulado “O primeiro día do inverno”, da autora Denise Fleming, o cal nos permita repasar os números a as cores e presentar algunhas palabras relacionadas coa roupa do inverno.
And here you have a funny song to warm a cold day of winter.Enjoy it!
Let’s sing and count to 20 in this fun children’s song!
And if you don’t want to learn numbers in a tradicional way, count from 1-20 with the music of Mark D. Pencil and Friends.
Help Tom get ready to bed by dragging the numbers into the correct order.Undo an answer by clicking on the flower.
Axuda a Tom a prepararse para is a cama arrastrando os números na orde correcta. Se queres borrar unha resposta, clica na flor.
Seven Steps is a simple counting song for young children. You can use it to count objects, march around the room, or just sing and clap.
This is my children’s favourite song to learn numbers. They love it! And you might add a few more actions to make it funnier !!!!!
Here is a picture of a number. For example, the number ‘1’. How do you spell this number? It’s o-n-e. Can you hit o, n and e on the balloons as they go past? You must hit them in the right order!
Remember – you have three lives for each number!
Neste xogo aparecen debuxos de números. Por exemplo o número 1. Sabes deletrear este número en inglés? Podes disparar os globos cando pasen para escoller as letras que necesitas? Recorda que tes que explotar os globos na orde correcta. E sobre todo non te esquezas de que só tes tres vidas para cada número.
There are sixteen cards in this game. Eight of the cards have pictures and eight of the cards have words. Click on two cards to match the word and the picture. Continue until you have eight pairs.
Neste xogo tes 16 cartas, oito cunha imaxe e outras oito con palabras. Clica sobre dúas para emparellar a imaxe e a palabra. Tes que formar oito parellas.
Here you have one of the number songs we are learning which is part of the activities developed this term in our eTwinning project “Amazing Maths!
Counting fish is really funny! We had a great time with this activity.
Take a look!
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish is a book written by Dr. Seuss in 1960. It’s a simple rhyming book for learner readers that had a way of teaching the broadest of concepts with the simplest of language. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish teaches numbers, colours, opposites, feelings, and nonsense words.
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish é un libro escrito por Dr Seuss en 1960. É un sinxelo libro rimado para os 1º lectores que permite ensinar unha grande cantidade de conceptos coa linguaxe máis sinxela. Permite ensinar as cores, os números, os contrarios, os sentimentos e palabras sen sentido.
Take a look at this video.
Here you have some free Printable One Fish Two Fish Games & Activities
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a children’s picture book designed, illustrated and written by Eric Carle. It is a suitable book to teach numbers, days of the week, foods and the cycle life of a butterfly.
First of all, here you have a fantastic version of this tale. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do
After watching the video, we read the story and my students drew what they liked best about the tale.Do you want to take a look at their illustrations?
The very hungry caterpillar from María Abilleira Pomar on Vimeo.
There are many different activities, art crafts, videos, colouring pages,… to work with this story.Here you have one lim I’ve created for my 1st Grades.