How many clothes?

Dive into "How Many Clothes?" a playful song for kids that mixes counting, clothing vocabulary, and colorful animals, making learning English and math a fun adventure.


How many clothes? song lyrics

How many are there? One or two? Shirts, shorts, trousers, socks, or shoes?

It is a shirt.
They are shoes.
It is one, and they are two.

How many are there? Two or one pair? They are shorts.
They are trousers.
They are socks.
They are shoes.
Are there...
Is there one pair or two?

Black cat pants, brown dog socks, purple bird shirts, blue fish shoes, or orange horse shorts?

How Many Clothes?

About the How many clothes? song

“How Many Clothes?” is a catchy tune that cleverly combines counting and clothing vocabulary with a dash of animal fun. It’s designed to engage children in learning numbers and the names of different items of clothing, all within a playful and imaginative context.

What can your child learn from it?

This song is a fantastic tool for teaching children about counting and distinguishing between singular and plural forms, which is a crucial part of language development. By asking “How many are there?” it encourages kids to think about quantities and introduces the concept of pairs in a very relatable way.

Additionally, the mention of various clothing items like shirts, shorts, trousers, socks, and shoes expands their vocabulary related to everyday objects. The song also introduces colors and animals, making it a learning experience that touches on multiple educational themes.

How Many Clothes?

Learning activities

To reinforce the learning themes from “How Many Clothes?” consider incorporating activities that are both fun and instructional. Setting up a matching game with clothing items and numbers can help children practice counting and recognizing clothing.

For example, matching two socks to the number “two” reinforces both the concept of pairs and the vocabulary word “socks.” Drawing or coloring activities where kids can color clothing items according to the song’s descriptions (like purple bird shirts or blue fish shoes) encourage creativity while reinforcing color and clothing vocabulary.

Or try creating simple puzzles that involve matching animal images with their corresponding clothing item from the song can enhance both vocabulary and critical thinking skills. Lastly, a dress-up relay race, where children must choose the correct number of clothing items to wear, can make learning about numbers and clothes an active and enjoyable experience.

Have fun!