Count backwards by 1s from 100 to 0 and get great exercise too. Your children can follow the simple exercise movements that are shown and join right in, moving as they count down by 1s from 100. The numbers are shown big and clear so children can easily identify each number and follow the countdown from 100. The counting down from 100 is done slow enough so children can count along as they participate in the exercises.
Skip Counting by 25 to 200 and exercising is the focus of this cool song for elementary school children. Your kids will get some great practice skip counting by 25 and doing some great exercise too. The song gives kids a chance to count by 25 to 200 three times with three different exercises. The beat really rocks and will appeal to 1st and 2nd grade children.
Kids practice and learn number and counting skills with this simple fun song titled One Less Number. I say a number in the song and children have an opportunity to think and answer - what number comes before. In this version your kids give the answer. Music can really help make math more fun. So, let your children have fun doing the One Less Number Game. It's simple subtraction and number awareness.
Celebrate 100 Days of School with Zero the Hero as he engages kids to count to 100 by 10's. Zero the Hero is a big strong fictional character that pumps up two zeros to hold the hundreds place so we can count to 100 and celebrate 100 days of school. Zero is so important because you can't count past 9 without a zero to hold the tens place, or two zeros the hold the hundreds place, or three zeros to hold the thousands place.
The Teen Numbers Rap has a fun rap beat and teaches kids how to say and write the teen numbers. Your children will clearly be able to see all of the teen numbers. I designed this song about the numbers in the teens because teachers tell me that these are often the most difficult for children to learn to write as the second digit is said first. I break down the numbers in the teens so kids can hear how they say the number while seeing how it's written.
Teen Numbers In the Air will help students write and form numerals for the teen numbers 11-19. Follow me as I form the teen numbers by writing out the numerals for each teen number. Students can form the teen number numerals in the air while following my movements. This teen number video reinforces kinesthetic, auditory and visual learning as students actively learn to recognize and write teen numbers.
This teen numbers song helps your children learn about numbers in the teens and engages with movement and physical activity. Children are actively engaged in moving through the entire song. Teen Numbers Workout has a great exercise beat that will motivate your children to move and learn. Learning how to say and write the teen numbers can be very challenging for children, so play the video often to maximize the learning!
Count by 3 engages kids with exercise and movement as they learn to skip county by 3’s. I give kids simple, easy to follow exercises to do as they get ready to skip county by 3’s. Kids follow my exercises and skip county by 3’s out loud up to 30. I sing the numbers in this skip county by 3’s song very clearly so kids can easily sing along. Studies on learning indicate that movement strengthens learning and memory. So have fun, sing along, exercise and help your kids learn to skip count by 3’s.
Zero the Hero helps kids exercise and count to 100. This song is perfect to have some Zero the Hero fun to celebrate 100 days of school. This count to 100 song features the popular fictional character Zero the Hero who flies in with Zeroes so children can count beyond the number 9. Zero the Hero places the zero (0) to hold the place for the tens (10's), hundreds (100's), thousands (1,000's) and on to infinity.
Your favorite count to 100 song, but with new exercises that are great for the classroom or at physical education. I consulted with physical education teachers in developing this new count to 100 song. This count to 100 song includes some creative and fun new exercises and some physical education balancing positions that are required in PE. We are so pleased this count to 100 song has become so popular all over the world.
In Skip Count by 5's children rock their air guitars and play their air drums as they skip count to 100 by 5's. The rhythm and patterning to the skip counting makes it easier for children to sing which helps them to remember how to skip count to 100 by 5's. Studies indicate how certain parts of the brain can memorize words or number facts better when set to a melody, rhythm or beat. Skip Counting by 5's is a standard math skill all across the country.
Count to 100 goes country! Children follow directions as they count to 100. This count to 100 song will get your children up line dancing, counting to 100 and getting some exercise too. We chose the line dance to give children lots of practice with following directions. I make the dances simple and easy to do and included some crossover moves to make those important brain connections. This count to 100 song is great to use in the classroom as a brain break and in physical education classes.
This is a count to 10 and brain breaks song all in one. Children sing and count to 10 with me in auditory pattern. They sing and count to 10 five times, but as five different fun characters. They pretend with me to be a soldier, an opera singer, a monster, a cowboy/ cowgirl and a baby. I try to make this count to 10 song fun by dressing up as all 5 characters. Children follow me pretending to be the characters and count to 10 using their own creativity to move and act like the characters too.
The chicken count engages children with rhyming, repetition, silly chicken moves as they count to 10. Chicken Count has a fun country style musical arrangement. Use Chicken Count when teaching the basic math skill of how to count to 10 or with your classroom brain breaks. You can act out this count to 10 chicken song in your class with children wearing necklaces with the numbers 1 to 10 attached.
Make counting to 100 and fitness fun a daily activity in your class or home with this educational song for preschool and primary grade children. I included some great crossover the mid-line exercises so children can get the brain benefits from doing lots of crossover moves. Workout, count to 100 and sing along. The Count to 100 Workout Song is a great tool to use to enhance and strengthen counting skills and get some exercise all at the same time.
Counting by 5's focuses on skip counting by 5 and crossover movements. Children follow me as they sing-a-long and perform crossover hand movements. These crossover moves and the rhythmic sound produced by this wonderful Native America theme make a great brain and body connection helping children memorize the count sequence.
Dancing 2's is a fun way for kids to learn to skip count by 2. Children follow me doing different dances as we count to 100 by 2. Children sing-a-long with me as we dance to this fun skip counting song. Children easily learn the rhythm and melody which helps them remember how to count to 100 by 2's. The combination of brain and body connections in this song really make it a winner to use over and over again to get kids exercising, get the wiggles out and memorize how to count to 100 by 2's.
Exercise and Count by 5's has a cool Latin beat that makes it easy to exercise and count by 5. The exercises of stretching their arms and legs across the mid-line of their bodies help kids with engaging both their bodies and their minds. Making exercise and learning fun for kids is important for their physical and emotional growth. Exercise and Count by 5's does this beautifully as well as develop children's gross motor movements. Follow along with me and count by 5 out loud and exercise.
This Count to 10 Song is designed for toddlers, preschoolers and the beginning of the year for Kindergarten. Children count to 10 along with the numbers on screen. The song helps young kids learn and recognize their numbers. They start with 1 and count to 10 by 1's.