I’m excited to share with you my Number Formation Rhymes! I’ve been teaching my little ones how to write numbers and wanted some rhymes to help them remember the formations. I found these rhymes and decided to make my own posters for our school room. These rhymes are a great way for little ones remember how to write numbers.
Here are some ideas for using the number formation rhymes:


 write numbers on a salt tray
 form numbers with play dough



 race cars on the numbers
 writing numbers on a bag filled with paint or hair gel
 use qtips and paint to trace the numbers

There are lots of fun ways to use these rhymes! Of course you could also use them as posters, too.
If you want to download my printable rhymes for numbers 1119, visit here.
Thanks so much for sharing! These rhymes are so creative and fun for little ones. A great way to help them remember how to form and write their numbers!
You are welcome! So glad these can help you out!
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Very clever – my favourite is number 8. My daughter’s issue is usually 2’s & 3’s as she sometimes begins writing them in the wrong direction.
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Yes! That is a very common way for little ones to begin writing numbers!! (My boys have done that, too!)
Love your site! I just signed up for the newsletter. Will I be sent a link for the number formation freebie?
Thanks!
Hi Jonna! Yes, a link with the subscriber freebie should have been sent to you right away. Check your spam or junk folder, in case it went there. If you can’t find it, let me know!
I’m so happy to find your site. Thank you for the cute numbers – I can’t wait to use them
I would like to sign up.
Hi Virginia! You can sign up here: http://madmimi.com/signups/89143/join
i love your ideas x
These are great! I just subscribed and shared a link to your page on my Facebook page! THANKS again!
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This is amazing. It is going to help my 3 year old so much when it comes to formation!
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Great website! Please sign me up!
Ok! Check your email for a subscription confirmation!
I can not wait to get the number chart to help my kids learn how to print their numbers
Thanks.
Thank you!
I absolutely love your number formations rhymes. This is will so helpful for my ESL Students. I signed up on the website to become a subscriber but have not received an email with a password. Please help! Thanks!!
Thank you so much!! Just sent you an email. 🙂
Love your number formations rhymes and would like to use them for my kiddos! Can you please email the link? THANK YOU!!!!
Since you are a subscriber, I can! Email sent 🙂
i have signed up for newsletter, and received email. it sends me to the page for printables and give me password, but i can not find a place to enter password. please advise
The spot for the password is a box at the top of the page. I haven’t heard of someone not being able to see that section, so maybe try a different browser if you can’t find it. You can email me with more questions if you can’t find it. angela@teachingmama.org
Hi
I’ve signed up for your email, and clicked on the confirm link… and like many others, i cannot find a link to download these fab number formation rhymes.
A welcome email that explains where to find the printables should have been sent to your email address. I will email you with the link. Sorry for the confusion!
hello Angela…I love the big numbers it the dotted lines for kids to trace with fingers, or make with playdough, and your clip art is cute…but I was wondering if you might have a version that is editable so that we might be able to change just the rhyme part…My district uses slightly different wording for our number formations, and I am hopeful that I might still be able to have cute, yet consistent, practice for my Kindergarten kiddos 🙂
Hello..have signed up for your newsletters.
Will it take a few days to rcv email/link?
No it is sent right away. I will send you an email.
These will be helpful
These are great, Thanks!
I learned these almost 60 years ago – in grade one – before it was common to go to preschool.
Fun to see they are still around.
They are slightly different from what I remember…..
Very good for 3 year olds
I signed up and received the email, but I do not see the number formation posters under freebies. Any help is appreciated.
Thank you for creating this wonderful site!
I’ll send you an email!
please send me a link to the number rhymes.
You have to subscribe to my newsletter in order to receive the free number rhymes.
Hello Angela! I am so happy that I found your newsletter. I find your printables so great to teach with! You’re super! Thanks for sharing them for free!
Thank you teachingmama.org for the free number printables. I am excited to use it in class next week. God bless you more!
These are so cute!! Do you happen have an editable version? My campus told all teachers which wording to use and I’m having a hard time finding any that match exactly. If you don’t have an editable version, could you edit them for me?! 🙏🏻
Hey there! Email me at angela@teachingmama.org with what you’d like and I can make it for you. 🙂
Can you remind me which laminator you recommend?
Also,I am not able to find a search option on your page. Am I missing it?
I’m sorry! I use the Scotch Thermal Laminator. Here’s a good one: https://amzn.to/2ttWFPg (affiliate link)
Hi! Is it possible to get a version of 110 that is editable? I do a couple of the rhymes differently, but love the format of your paper and would love to pass it out to my parents. If not, totally understandable. Thanks!
Send me an email and I can chat with you about the file. I don’t have an editable PDF, but if you have PowerPoint and the same fonts, I can send you the file. Send me an email at angela@teachingmama.org
Love your site ! My husband and I both signed up for your newsletter!
Is it possible to download these rhymes?
Yep! Just put your email address in the box and it will be sent to you.
What a great resource for the early years
Hi! Love your page!! I subscribed an was able to get the numbers 1119, but cannot find any link to download or purchase 110. Could you direct me? Thank you!!
Yay! Thank you!! I will email you. I’m sorry about that issue. It is fixed now!
Hi guys
Ive tried downloading the seasons finds checklists as well the number rhymes with 1 number per page up to 20 so both formation sets but nothing has arrived in my email both inbox and junk box. Ive received the $9 bundle for letters shapes and colours but not the free printables ive asked for. Could you send them to me please? Thank you
oh I’m so sorry! YES! I’ll email them now!
I have been trying to download the number formation rhymes for 010 and I never receive it in my email.
I’m sorry! I’ll send it to your email.
How do you download page by page please?
Above this comment thread, you’ll find a spot to enter your email address. It will then be sent to your email address in a PDF format. Hope that helps!
Thanks so much for your reply. I did put my email multiple times and haven’t received anything:(
Hi, would it be possible to get a copy of the number rhymes pages120 please. We use 110 in the classroom and the children love them.
Yes! You can get them on this link: https://teachingmama.org/numberformationrhymesfor1119/