Extended Learning Activities To be followed in conjunction with the book ONE AT A TIME WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY CATE ELLIS (Available Here). 1. Observation and Conversation 2. Discussion 3. Numeracy - Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And see below for the Suggested Learning Activities as seen in the book. Acknowledgements: Thanks to Felicity Humphrys and Dana Pentland for their invaluable input.

Can you answer these questions as the animals are going up the hill? Start at the beginning of the book…

First page: Can you find some goat’s legs to count? How many are there? Can you find some donkey’s hooves to count? How many are there?

Turn the page: Can you find some cow’s tails to count? How many can you see? Can you find some alpaca’s ears to count? How many are there?

Turn the page: Can you find some pig’s snouts to count? How many are there? Can you find some geese’s beaks to count? How many are there?

Turn the page: Can you find some dog’s tails to count? How many are there? Can you find some sheep’s eyes to count? How many are there?

Turn the page: Can you find some chicken’s feet to count? How many can you see?

Turn the page: Can you find some duck’s beaks to count? How many are there?

Turn the page: When the animals are all on top of the hill, can you find 1 goat, 2 donkeys 3 cows, 4 alpacas 5 pigs, 6 geese 7 dogs, 8 sheep 9 chickens and 10 ducks?

Did you find any numbers hidden in the grass on each page?

As the animals go down the hill what can you count?