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One Is a Snail, Ten Is a Crab: A Counting by Feet Book by April Pulley Sayre

One is a snail, two is a person, three is a snail and a person, four is a dog, five is a dog and a snail!

This is a really clever book which has strong cross curricular links with numeracy. The author is using feet/footprints as a counting tool. This is a great book which can be used across all primary year groups. The author carries on until 10 like this and then moves on to counting up to 100 (100 is ten crabs!) Lots of activities can stem from this book and can span a whole range of maths topics from basic counting to addition to algebra. E.g Are there any other ways we could make 100? (ie. 9 crabs, 1 dog and 6 snails)

It’s just a really fun way of talking about maths without listing lots of numbers and sums. Pictures could be used instead – children could match pictures of each animal/person to make various numbers. This could be a nice way of rounding up a week of numeracy lessons with some fun activities which still gets children using the same strategies and processes but in a way which will re engage them with the learning.
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