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NUMBER POEMS Sheet ? ? ? ? HELP!!!!
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I cannot remember where I found this one worksheet! It is 8 1/2" X 11", and has little boxes with a dotted numeral and and number poem with each number 0-9, inside of each little box.

The number poems were:


1- One is fun!

2- Around and back on a railroad track!

3- Around a tree, around a tree...that makes a number three!

4- Down, and over, and down some more...tha'ts the way to make a number four!

5- Fat old five goes down, around, and a hat on top!

6- Roll a hoop, make a loop!

7- Across and down from heaven, makes a number seven!

8- Make and 'S', do not wait, go back up and close each gate!

9- A circle, then a line, makes a number nine! ;(or something close to that!)

Does someone have a copy of this that they could scan or something and share as an attachment, PUHLEEEEAAAAAZZZEEE ? ? ! ! ! Or could you tell me whick book I got this from?

Thanks so much PT readers in advance for any help with this!!! (O: (O: (O:


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I think I may have found what you're looking for!
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In your search engine "Number Poems"

On the first page of results, scroll down to the seventh result that reads "Number Writing Poems" and it should take you straight to the number poems you're looking for.
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I was just googling "Number Writing Poems" and clicked on the 7th link (address starts with "1152.hokmok"). My antivirus program blocked it and said it contained a TROJAN HORSE ! Be Careful !
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Can Teach has some on their website. The poems are a little different. Sorry I can't help with the worksheet.

http://www.canteach.ca/elementary/songspoems72.html


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Jov,

I tried my search again and I didn't experience what you explained. That's weird what you experienced though because I tried it a second time and nothing like that came up.

Anyway, these are the poems that website has:

POEMS FOR FORMING NUMERALS
1. A straight line down is fun - that's the way to make a one.

2. Around and back on a railroad track. Two - Two - Two - Two !

3. Around a tree, around a tree, that's the way to make a three.

4. Down and across and down once more. That's the way to make a four.

5. Fat old five goes down and around. Put a flag on top and see what you've found!

6. A line and a loop. Six rolls a hoop.

7. Across the sky and down from heaven. That's the way you make a seven.

8. Make an 'S' but do not wait. Go right back up and make an eight.

9. A loop and down line - that's the way to make nine!

10. It's easy to make a "one" and "0". Ten is all your fingers, you know.
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Thanks for your input. (O:
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