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Counting up to 10


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Overview

Counting allows us to determine the number of objects in a given set. The best way to learn how to count up to 10 is using our fingers!

Let’s take a look at the picture below.


 

Take a look at this table that counts to ten.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

 

Practice Question 1

1 2 3 4 ?
one two three four ?

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TIP: Using our fingers is an AWESOME way to help us count. Let’s take the problem 5 + 2. Go ahead and hold up five fingers on one hand. Now count another two fingers. Now let’s go ahead and count all of our fingers that are up. You should have counted a total of 7 fingers, so our answer is 5 + 2 = 7.
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Practice Question 2

Let’s try another counting problem. How many marbles are shown below? Count with your fingers to determine the answer.


 

Practice Question 3

Let’s try a word problem this time that requires our counting skills.

Mia has 6 erasers. Her best friend Jessica has 3 erasers. How many erasers in total do Mia and Jessica have?

 

Practice Question 4

There is a pizza party going on! John eats 2 slices of pizza. Henry eats 1 slice of pizza. Lindsey eats 3 slices of pizza. Nancy eats one slice of pizza. How many slices of pizza in total did they all eat?

 

Practice Question 5

You have done an amazing job counting up to 10. In all of the problems above, we used our counting skills to count UP (which is used in addition problems). We can also use our counting skills to help us with basic subtraction problems. Subtraction is when you take away or remove objects from a collection.

Manny had 8 colored pencils this morning. He gave away 2 colored pencils to his best friend Larry. How many colored pencils does Manny now have?

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TIP: Are you comfortable using your fingers to solve subtraction problems? Let’s take the problem 8 - 3. First put up a total of 8 fingers. Since we need to subtract by 3, we will put DOWN 3 fingers. After you put down 3 fingers, count how many fingers you have remaining up. You should have counted a total of 5 fingers, so our answer is 8 - 3 = 5.
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