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Counting Objects and Write the Number


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Today we are going to learn how to count objects and then write the number.
Let’s practice counting to 20 using the chart below.

Look at the fish.
Let’s count them. Put your finger on the blue fish and say, “one”. Put your finger on the pink fish and say, “two”. Put your finger on the purple fish and say, “three”. Put your finger on the green fish and say, “four”. Put your finger on the orange fish and say, “five”. Put your finger on the red fish and say, “six”.
There are six fish.

There are six fish.

Trace the number 6. Then write the number 6.

Now look at the octopuses. How many octopuses?

Let’s count them.
Put your finger on the first octopus and say, “one”. Move your finger to the next one and say, “two”. Move your finger to the next one and say, “three”. Move your finger to the next one and say, “four”. Move your finger to the next one and say, “five”. Move your finger

 

Practice Question 1

Count the seahorses. Trace the number.

Remember, put your finger on the first seahorse and say, “one”. Keep counting up until you reach the last seahorse. There are five seahorses.
Now trace the number five.

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Always check your work. Recount the objects to make sure that you counted correctly.
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Practice Question 2

How many stingrays? Count the stingrays. Write the number.

There are four stingrays.
Write the number 4 on the line.

Practice Question 3

How many starfish? Count the starfish. Write the number.

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Practice Question 4

How many crabs? Count the crabs. Write the number.

Practice Question 5

How many seals? Count the seals. Write the number.


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