About Marvellous Maths Songs
Make maths marvellously memorable with this fantastic collection of 22 catchy songs that are fun to sing and easy to learn.
Written specifically for 3-7 year olds, this wonderfully diverse selection of maths songs is crammed with addition, subtraction, number bonds, symmetry, shapes and lots more! As you estimate how many grannies would fit in a telephone box; learn your 10x table by digging for pirate treasure; and march along with the even numbers, you’ll find that you learn essential maths skills without even trying!
Valuable resource for numeracy, with a huge variety of topics covered and useful teacher’s notes giving ideas for extension work
Perfect for Foundation Stage and KS1
Fantastic variety of maths-themed songs with fun, easy-to-learn content suitable for everyday use
Same author as our popular Literacy songbook The Niki Davies Book Of Lovely Literacy Songs
The Niki Davies Book of Marvellous Maths Songs is now an award-winning title.
SILVER - Practical Pre-School Magazine (Music and Multimedia)
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Teachers Book with:
- Song lyrics for 22 songs
- Teaching notes and ideas for each song
- Music score (Piano music score, melody and chords)
- Percussion ideas
- Licence and copyright details
Audio CD with:
- Vocal tracks sung by children
- Professional backing tracks
|Practical Pre-School Magazine Review||2015 Practical Pre-School Magazine Awards Tester Score 82.4%What the tester said:”An excellent resource with a great variety of songs which cover a wide range of numeracy topics. Particularly good for EY and KS1 classes and/or assemblies. The children enjoyed the songs - they were catchy and clear, meaning the children soon learnt the words which helped them with their times table knowledge. The addition of music scores makes this product more unique.”|
|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.|