Counting Songs For Kids Learning Numbers

Numbers & Counting Songs for Kids

Preschool counting songs for kids learning numbers.

Many preschool children’s songs and circle songs are about specific lessons or specific areas of life learning. There are many, many preschool songs for children and if you are creative enough, you can even create your own for the kids in your classroom teaching some simple lesson or with some funny story the kids will enjoy while learning.

The songs for kids shown on this page are about learning numbers and include counting songs for kids. Numbers and counting is one of the many important areas of basic learning for preschoolers and young children starting preschool & kindergarten.

There are other educational songs on this preschool website on a variety of subjects like shapes, seasons, winter songs for kids, animal songs and more.

Children’s Songs For Learning Numbers & Counting:

 

5 Green and Speckled Frogs

(Preschool Number Song with video)

5 green and speckled frogs,
Sat on a speckled log,

Eating the most delicious bugs,
YUM YUM!

One jumped into the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,

Now there are 4 green speckled frogs,
GLUB GLUB!

 

(Continue repeating above verses and just change numbers as you count down 4, 3, 2, 1, then finish with last verse below)

 

No green and speckled frogs,
Sat on a speckled log,

Eating the most delicious bugs,
YUM YUM!

None jumped into the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,

Because there are no green speckled frogs,
BOO HOO.

Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat

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Kitty cat , kitty cat,

sitting in a tree,

How many kitty cats do you see?

(Then count each kitty cat with the children- you can add an additional kitty cat each time and re-sing the song. You can also sing the additional verse for learning)

“—-” kitty cats were sitting in the tree,

We added “—“,

How many kitty cats do you see?

(Then count them all over-you can also subtract cats)

 

Activity Idea for this Counting Song:

Get 10 simple, cute kitty cat pictures (We will be providing these soon for you to print on this website.)

This would work well on a felt board as well using a felt tree and felt kitty cats.

However, you can use the printable kitty cats and make a simple paper tree or a board with a tree.

Place the number of kitty cats you desire on the tree so that you can sing the song and count them.

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