Tune of: Row, Row, Row your boat:
3,6,9, and 12 (Row, Row ,Row your boat)
15, 18, 21 (gently down the stream)
24 and 27 (Merrily, Merrily Merrily, Merrily)
30 -I Say "thirtiriririririty" ( life is but a dream)
Tune of: Mary Had a Little Lamb
4,8,12,16 ( Mary had a little lamb)
20,24 (little lamb,little lamb)
28, 32 ,36(Mary had a little lamb)
40 (forrrty) let it drag out . (it's fleece was white as snow).
To the tune of: Happy Birthday
5, 10 , 15 ( Happy Birthday to you)
20, 25, 30 ( Happy Birthday to you)
35 and 40 ( Happy Birthday to you)
45 and 50 ( Happy Birthday to you)
Tune of: Old McDonald had a Farm
6, 12, 18, 24 (Old McDonald had a farm)
30, 36, bum bum bum (e i e i o)
42 and 48, (with a moo here and moo there)
54 and 60 (e i e i o)
To the tune of: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars 7's
7, 14, 21 (Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star)
28 and 35 (How I wonder what you are)
42, 48 (Up above the sky so high)
56 and 63 ( Like a diamond in the sky)
70 is the last one ( Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star)
Counting by 7s- now were done. (How I wonder what you are)
To the tune of " I feel pretty (South Pacific)
"I like dozens, many dozens. I like 12, 24, 36.
48, and from 60 I will then go on.
72, 84, 96, 108, one-twenty.
One hundred thirty-two, one hundred forty-four"
For division you use the same songs, but, the child identifies the "number in the box" (dividend) and knows it is the "stop number" then they know to sing the song that is the number in front of the box. They then count the fingers they have up when they got to the "stop number" and that's the answer.