Songwords for First Numbers (FIRCD007)

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1 Songwords for First Numbers (FIRCD007)

2 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Hop on the Numbers Train 4 Thee Little Monkeys 5 One Potato Two Potato 6 Five Little Speckled Frogs 7 Rocket Rocket 8 Five Fat Peas 9 Five Little Dickie Birds 10 One, Two, Three, Four, Five 11 Ten Little Crocodiles 12 Two Times Table 13 Have You Ever Tried to Count the Stars? 14 Five Fat Sausages 15 Ten in a Bed 16 Peter Hammers With One Hammer 17 Chook Chook 18 Two, Four, Six, Eight, Ten 19 Numbers Can be Fun Too 20 Three Blind Mice 21 How Many Fingers Can You Count? 22 Five Currant Buns 23 One, Two, Buckle My Shoe 24 The Animals Went in Two by Two 25 Ten Times Table 26 One Man Went To Mow 27 Over in the Meadow 28 One Finger One Thumb 29 Count the Flowers 30 Five Times Table 31 Five Little Mice 32 Ten Green Bottles 33 Hickory Dickory Dock 34 This Old Man

3 3 1. HOP ON THE NUMBERS TRAIN Hop on the numbers train We'll go round and round again and 9 and 10 Hop on the numbers train We'll go round and round again and 9 and 10 What numbers can you see as the train passes you and me and 9 and 10 What numbers can you see as the train passes you and me and 9 and 10 Hop on the numbers train We'll go round and round again and 9 and 10 Hop on the numbers train We'll go round and round again and 9 and 10

4 4 2. THREE LITTLE MONKEYS Three little monkeys jumping on the bed One fell off and bumped his head Mummy phoned the Doctor and the Doctor said No more monkeys, jumping on the bed Two little monkeys jumping on the bed One fell off and bumped his head Mummy phoned the Doctor and the Doctor said No more monkeys, jumping on the bed One little monkey jumping on the bed He fell off and bumped his head Mummy phoned the Doctor and the Doctor said No more monkeys, jumping on the bed (repeat)

5 5 3. ONE POTATO TWO POTATO One potato, two potato, three potato, four Five potato, six potato, seven potato, more (repeat 5 times)

6 6 4. FIVE LITTLE SPECKLED FROGS Five little speckled frogs Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious grub, yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Now there are four speckled frogs, glub glub Four little speckled frogs Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious grub, yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Now there are three speckled frogs, glub glub Three little speckled frogs Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious grub, yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Now there are two speckled frogs, glub glub Two little speckled frogs Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious grub, yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Now there is one speckled frog, glub glub One little speckled frog Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious grub, yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Now there are no more speckled frogs, glub glub

7 7 5. ROCKET ROCKET Rocket rocket on the ground Are you ready for your count down? Are the engines all fired to go? Rocket rocket you ll be in the sky Looking down on those clouds up high And there's no way you'll be going slow lift off! (repeat)

8 8 6. FIVE FAT PEAS Five fat peas in the pea pod pressed One grew, two grew, so did all the rest They grew and grew and did not stop Until one day the pod went pop! (repeat 3 times)

9 9 7. TWO LITTLE DICKIE BIRDS Two little dickie birds sitting on a wall One named Peter one named Paul Fly away Peter, fly away Paul Come back Peter come back Paul (repeat twice)

10 10 8. ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE One, two, three, four, five Thought I caught a fish alive Six, seven, eight, nine, ten Then I put it back again Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so Which finger did he bite? This little finger on the right (repeat)

11 11 9. TEN LITTLE CROCODILES One little, two little, three little crocodiles Four little, five little, six little crocodiles Seven little, eight little, nine little crocodiles Ten little crocodiles (repeat twice)

12 TWO TIMES TABLES One times two is obviously two Two times two is four, it rhymes with door Three times two is six, it rhymes with sticks Four times two is eight Five times two is ten, it rhymes with den Six times two is twelve, it rhymes with elf Seven times two it always comes to fourteen Eight times two it always comes to sixteen Nine times two is always comes to eighteen Ten times two is twenty (repeat twice)

13 HAVE YOU EVER TRIED TO COUNT THE STARS? Have you ever tried to count the stars up in the sky? I bet you haven t I am going to try to do it This very night There could be a billion Give or take a million Have you ever tried to count the stars? There could be a billion Give or take a million Have you ever tried to count the stars?

14 FIVE FAT SAUSAGES Five fat sausages sizzling in the pan Five fat sausages sizzling in the pan But if one goes pop and the other goes bang They'll be four fat sausages sizzling in the pan Four fat sausages sizzling in the pan Four fat sausages sizzling in the pan But if one goes pop and the other goes bang They'll be three fat sausages sizzling in the pan Three fat sausages sizzling in the pan Three fat sausages sizzling in the pan But if one goes pop and the other goes bang They'll be two fat sausages sizzling in the pan Two fat sausages sizzling in the pan Two fat sausages sizzling in the pan But if one goes pop and the other goes bang They'll be one fat sausage sizzling in the pan One fat sausage sizzling in the pan One fat sausage sizzling in the pan But if it goes pop and it goes bang They'll be no fat sausages sizzling in the pan

15 TEN IN A BED There were ten in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were nine in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were eight in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were seven in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were six in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were five in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out The were four in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were three in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There were two in the bed and the little one said Roll over, roll over So they all rolled over and one fell out There was one in the bed and the little one said Roll over and out!

16 PETER HAMMERS WITH ONE HAMMER Peter hammers with one hammer One hammer, one hammer Peter hammers with one hammer All day long Peter hammers with two hammers Two hammers, two hammers Peter hammers with two hammers All day long Peter hammers with three hammers Three hammers, three hammers Peter hammers with three hammers All day long Peter hammers with four hammers Four hammers, four hammers Peter hammers with four hammers All day long Peter hammers with five hammers Five hammers, five hammers Peter hammers with five hammers All day long

17 CHOOK CHOOK Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook Good morning, Mrs Hen How many chickens have you got? Madam, I ve got ten One of them is yellow One of them is brown Eight of them are speckled But the finest in the town Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook Good morning, Mrs Hen How many chickens have you got? Madam, I ve got ten Two of them are yellow Two of them are brown Six of them are speckled But the finest in the town Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook Good morning, Mrs Hen How many chickens have you got? Madam, I ve got ten Three of them are yellow Three of them are brown Four of them are speckled But the finest in the town Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook Good morning, Mrs Hen How many chickens have you got? Madam, I ve got ten Four of them are yellow Four of them are brown Two of them are speckled But the finest in the town Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook Good morning, Mrs Hen How many chickens have you got? Madam, I ve got ten Five of them are yellow Five of them are brown None of them are speckled And the finest in the town None of them are speckled And the finest in the town

18 TWO, FOUR, SIX, EIGHT, TEN Two four six eight ten Twelve fourteen and then Next comes sixteen Then comes eighteen Ending with a rounded twenty Two four six eight Ten twelve fourteen Sixteen eighteen finally twenty Two four six eight Ten twelve fourteen Sixteen eighteen finally twenty (repeat) Two four six eight ten Twelve fourteen and then Next comes sixteen Then comes eighteen Ending with a rounded twenty

19 NUMBERS CAN BE FUN TOO Numbers can be fun to do Fun for me fun for you Mix them up and move them round Throw a dice on the ground They can be even or odd Just a few or a lot Add them up or take away So much fun when you play Numbers can be fun to do Fun for me fun for you Mix them up and move them round Throw a dice on the ground They can be even or odd Just a few or a lot Add them up or take away So much fun when you play

20 THREE BLIND MICE Three blind mice, three blind mice See how they run, see how they run They all run after the farmer s wife Who ll cut off their tails with a carving knife Did you ever see such a thing in your life As three blind mice (repeat 3 times)

21 HOW MANY FINGERS CAN YOU COUNT? How many fingers can you count? Can you count, can you count? How many fingers can you count? Count for me How many fingers can you count? Can you count, can you count? How many fingers can you count? Count for me and 9 and 10 How many toes can you count? Can you count, can you count? How many toes can you count? Count for me How many toes can you count? Can you count, can you count? How many toes can you count? Count for me and 9 and and 9 and 10 (repeat)

22 FIVE CURRANT BUNS 5 currant buns in the baker's shop Round and fat with sugar on the top Along came a boy with a penny in his hand Bought a currant bun and took it away 4 currant buns in the baker's shop Round and fat with sugar on the top Along came a boy with a penny in his hand Bought a currant bun and took it away 3 currant buns in the baker's shop Round and fat with sugar on the top Along came a boy with a penny in his hand Bought a currant bun and took it away 2 currant buns in the baker's shop Round and fat with sugar on the top Along came a boy with a penny in his hand Bought a currant bun and took it away 1 currant bun in the baker's shop Round and fat with sugar on the top Along came a boy with a penny in his hand Bought a currant bun and took it away

23 ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE It's so easy to count... One, two, buckle my shoe Three, four, knock at the door Five, six, pick up sticks Seven, eight, lay them straight Nine, ten, a big fat hen (repeat twice)

24 THE ANIMALS WENT IN TWO BY TWO The animals went in two by two, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in two by two, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in two by two, the elephant and the kangaroo But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain The animals went in three by three, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in three by three, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in three by three, the wasp, the ant and the bumblebee But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain The animals went in four by four, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in four by four, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in four by four, the great hippopotamus stuck in the door But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain The animals went in five by five, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in five by five, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in five by five, they warmed each other to stay alive But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain The animals went in six by six, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in six by six, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in six by six, they turned out the monkey because of his tricks But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain The animals went in seven by seven, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in seven by seven, hoorah, hoorah The animals went in seven by seven, the little doggy thought he was going to heaven But they all went into ark, for to get out of the rain

25 TEN TIMES TABLES Ten Twenty Thirty Forty Fifty Sixty Seventy Eighty Ninety A hundred Then we start again (repeat)

26 ONE MAN WENT TO MOW 1 man went to mow, went to mow a meadow 1 man and his dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 2 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 2 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 3 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 3 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 4 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 4 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 5 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 5 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 6 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 6 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 7 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 7 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 8 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 8 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 9 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 9 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow 10 men went to mow, went to mow a meadow 10 men and their dog, WOOF WOOF, went to mow a meadow

27 OVER IN THE MEADOW Over in the meadow, in the pond in the sun Lived an old mother froggy, with her little froggy son Hop said the mother I hop said the son So he hopped and was glad in the pond in the sun Over in the meadow in the nest in the tree Lived an old mother birdie, with her little birdies three Sing said the mother We sing said the three So they sang and were glad in the nest in the tree Over in the meadow, in the sly little den Lived an old mother spider and her little spiders ten Spin said the mother We spin said the ten So they all spun together in their sly little den

28 ONE FINGER ONE THUMB One finger, one thumb keep moving One finger, one thumb keep moving One finger, one thumb keep moving We ll all be merry and bright One finger, one thumb, one arm keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm keep moving We ll all be merry and bright One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg keep moving We ll all be merry and bright One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg, one nod of the head keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg, one nod of the head keep moving One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg, one nod of the head keep moving We ll all be merry and bright (repeat)

29 COUNT THE FLOWERS Count the flowers in your garden See how many you can find Are there red ones? Are there blue ones? Pretty pink ones quite a find How many can, how many can How many can you see? One thing's for sure, one thing's for sure They will all be pretty (repeat) Count the flowers in your garden Count them and see

30 FIVE TIMES TABLES Five and ten, fifteen and twenty Twenty-five and thirty and thirty-five Forty, forty-five and finally we come to fifty This is your five times tables One of the easiest ones to learn cause everything has a five Or a nought on the end (repeat) This is your five times tables La la la la la la la (repeat)

31 FIVE LITTLE MICE Five little mice they like to play They squeak out EE EE all day It s time for one to go away Four little mice will play Four little mice they like to play They squeak out EE EE all day It s time for one to go away Three little mice will play Three little mice go out to play They squeak out EE EE all day It s time for one to go away Two little mice will play Two little mice go out to play They squeak out EE EE all day It s time for one to go away One little mouse will play One little mouse goes out to play He squeaks out EE EE all day It s time for him to go away No little mice will play

32 TEN GREEN BOTTLES Ten green bottles hanging on the wall Ten green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be nine green bottles hanging on the wall Nine green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be eight green bottles hanging on the wall Eight green bottles hanging on the wall Eight green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be seven green bottles hanging on the wall Seven green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be six green bottles hanging on the wall Six green bottles hanging on the wall Six green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be five green bottles hanging on the wall Five green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be four green bottles hanging on the wall Four green bottles hanging on the wall Four green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be three green bottles hanging on the wall Three green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be two green bottles hanging on the wall Two green bottles hanging on the wall Two green bottles hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be one green bottle hanging on the wall One green bottle hanging on the wall But if one green bottle should accidentally fall They ll be no green bottles hanging on the wall

33 HICKORY DICKORY DOCK Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock Hickory dickory dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down Hickory dickory dock Hickory dickory dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down Hickory dickory dock (repeat) Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock Hickory dickory dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down Hickory dickory dock Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick!

34 THIS OLD MAN This old man he played one, he played knick knack on my drum With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played two, he played knick knack on my shoe With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played three, he played knick knack on my knee With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played four, he played knick knack on my door With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played five, he played knick knack on my hive With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played six, he played knick knack on my sticks With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played seven, cross my heart and gone to heaven With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played eight, he played knick knack on my gate With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played nine, he played knick knack on my twine With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man he played ten, he played knick knack with my friends With a knick knack paddywack, give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home

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