A couple years ago, I created printable posters to help children learn how to write the number 0-10. I’ve been blown away at the response from teachers and parents. Shortly after that, I made lowercase alphabet rhymes, uppercase alphabet rhymes, and shape rhymes! Thank you to all that have downloaded and purchased these rhymes. I’m SO happy to hear how they’ve been used in classrooms around the world. Today I’m very excited to share with you my number formation rhymes for numbers 11-19!
Just like the other formation rhymes, these are rhythmic chants to help little ones learn how to write these numbers. I recommend using my 0-10 number rhymes first and then moving on to these.
Here are some ways to use the number rhymes:
- have the child trace the numbers using their finger
- laminate the sheets (or place in a plastic sleeve) and practice writing the numbers with a dry erase marker
- use play dough and mold around the numbers
- use a toy car to trace the numbers
- display the printables around the classroom and chant the rhymes together
- send home with parents as practice for number writing
And I’m sure there are more ways!
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*edited to add that I just created a rhyme for number 20, so that is also included in this PDF.
I’ve recently turned this printable into a digital resource, too. This means students can use this on either Google Slides or Seesaw. The digital resource includes the audio of the rhyme, too. Directions for how to get this is now included in the printable, which you can get by signing up below.
Let me know how you plan on using these! I hope the printable rhymes are helpful to you.