There are several counting songs published in contemporary America for young children to learn number counting, in particular, from one to ten. I have spent some time studying it! Today I have redone it and share the rephrased version to fit my themes of math, hope, poetry, and natural and healthy living in this blog. I hope that you enjoy it.
Singing-along this song is a good way to renew your energy, ponder about the funny side of math, and reduce road rages caused by drunk driving!
Counting Poetry (Part I):
1 2 3 4 5, you deserve to live a healthy life,
6 7 8 9 10, let your love erase all the pain.
Why do you always have hope?
Because YEAH is better than NOPE.
Why do you want to help me?
You will figure it out someday!
1 2 3 4 5, let’s learn how to survive,
6 7 8 9 10, keep going and you can win!
I am wondering how do you know?
Because it is true, I can tell!
Do I need to pay a fee?
Nope, that you learn your lessons is the key!
1 2 3 4 5, if drunk, don’t drive,
6 7 8 9 10, these are tips to follow, laws to learn!
Why are you mentioning this though?
Because it is important for you to know!
How does it make sense to me?
Since safety first, it is supposed to be!
(Stay Tuned, Part II to be continued….)
I find this link is very helpful for advanced students, such as high school students or college freshman, to fine tune their skills in solving some mathematical problems.
also this link has fine third grade math problems to solve:
link to drunk-emailing,