Number Songs DVD
product code: 136893
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Favourite sing along number and counting songs for young children are brought together on this great DVD.
It's packed with fun little counting sketches and rhymes and quick visual number quizzes, which are all acted out and performed by children too. Sing along to your favourite rhymes whilst learning to count and discover that learning can be fun. This DVD has 25 of your favourite tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, One, Tow Buckle My Shoe, The Animals Went in Two by Two, Three Blind Mice and many more.
Learn how to count with this DVD filled with 25 of your little one's favourite songs
Features a collection of counting songs and rhymes
The visual quiz will get your little one learning and thinking about numbers
Ideal for developing problem solving and memory skills
How does this help my child ?
Problem solvingProblem solving
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
Instils confidenceInstils confidence
This toy helps your child feel secure and happy, and enjoy good self-esteem.
- Height: 19 cm
- Width: 13.5 cm
- Depth: 1.4 cm
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