I Love Maths
by leading children's writers
I Love Maths is an action-packed collection of 12 maths songs that will bring numbers and shapes alive for young children.
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About I Love Maths
Suitable for 3 - 7 year olds, this action-packed collection of maths songs for children
will make learning about numbers and shapes great fun.
Jump on the Number Bus, count sleeps until your birthday and learn about fractions while eating a pizza. With maths songs
to cover number combinations, doubling, rounding up and down, the five times table and much more, there's never been a more exciting way to develop a love of maths.
I Love Maths is now an award-winning title.
GOLD - Practical Pre-School (Music & Multimedia)
SILVER - 5 to 7 Educator (Books & Publications)
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Teachers Book with:
- Introduction about the My World Series
- Lyric sheets for 12 songs
- Teachers notes with activities linked to the songs
- Music score for 12 songs (Piano music score, melody and chords)
- Licence and copyright details
Audio CD with:
- Vocal tracks sung by children
- Professional backing tracks
|Primary Teacher Update Review||2011 Primary Teacher Update (formerly 5-7 Educator) Awards Tester Score 87.5%What the testers said: "This is quite a unique product. The songs are catchy and the lyrics are easy to follow and learn. The children enjoyed learning the songs - particularly counting forwards and backwards to 10 and getting faster each time. All the children understood the mathematical concepts this covered and coped well with the vocabulary, though at times the backing track was a little fast. A really nice way to start a lesson and a good range is covered."|
|Practical Pre-School Magazine Review||2011 Practical Pre-School Award Tester Score 94.2%What the testers said: "The children really enjoyed the maths songs. 'Give Me Five' was the most popular. A great way to reinforce mathematical concepts and encourage the use of mathematical language, though it might be a little difficult for three-year-olds. Catchy tunes with clear voices made the songs easy to learn."|
|Licence Information||When performing songs to the public or reproducing Out of the Ark material, copyright rules apply, please ensure you log any songs you use with CCLI and that your Performing Rights Licence (PRS) is in place|