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Neither with hands nor feet. Poems to learn to count


How can we teach the smallest of the house to count? In Guiainfantil.com We suggest you do it with a poem by Marisa Alonso Santamaría: Neither with hands nor feet.

It is a short, fun and easy poem for children to get started with math. It is about learning to count and also becoming familiar with the days of the week and those of the month.

With the fingers of one hand

I start to count the days

I still have two to go.

With the fingers of another hand

I finish counting them,

and if I count those of the month

Not with hands or feet!

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