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Num bers from 0 to 20 Numbers to 10

1.

Count. How many are there?

(a)

Refer to Textbook page 6

(b)

(c)

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2. Match. One has been done for you. (a)

1 •

• three

(b)

5 •

• seven

(c)

2 •

• zero

(d)

3 •

• five

(e) 6 (f)

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0 •

(g) 7

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3. Write these numbers in numerals. (a) two (b) four (c) nine 2

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• one • six •

two

4. Write these numbers in words. (a) 1 (b) 6 (c) 10 5. Write the correct numbers in the picture. One has been done for you.

cups saucepans

onions 3

tomatoes

eggs

mushrooms

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6. Circle the correct numeral or word. (a)

(b)

1 2 3 4 5 zero one two three four

(c)

6 7 8 9 10

(e)

0 1 2 3 4

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(d)

six seven eight nine ten

(f)

zero one two three four

7. Colour eight of the flowers.

8. Draw to show how many are in each number. One has been done for you. three seven nine

9. Draw five of your favourite things.

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10. How many cats are sleeping? Write the number in numerals.

*11. Find all the numbers from zero to ten in the word search. One has been done for you.

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Worksheet 1.

2

Date:

Numbers to 20

Refer to Textbook page 12

How many are there?

(a)

10

(b)

10

(c)

10

10

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2. Make 10. Then count on. How many are there? (a)

(b)

(c)

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3. Match. One has been done for you. (a) 13 •

• seventeen

(b) 17 •

• twenty

(c) 20 •

• eighteen

(d) 18 •

• thirteen

4. Write these numbers in numerals.

(a) eleven

(c) nineteen

(b) fifteen

(d) twenty

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5. Write these numbers in words. (a)

(b)

(c)

11

14

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6. Make 10. Then count on. Write the numbers in words. (a)

(b)

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7. Draw the missing pictures. One has been done for you. (a)

15 circles

10 (b)

18 balloons

10 (c)

12 apples 10

8. Fill in the blanks. (a) 10 and 1 make

.

(b) 10 and 5 make

.

(c) 10 and 8 make

.

(d) 10 and 9 make

.

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9. Fill in the blanks.

(a) 10 and

make 12.

(b) 10 and

make 15.

(c) 10 and

make 16.

(d) 10 and

make 17.

10. A teacher had 10 children in her classroom. Then these children joined the class.

How many children are there now?

*11. Alvin wants to plant 20 seedlings. Count how many he has planted. Then draw the rest to make 20.

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How many more does he need to plant?

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Worksheet 1.

Class:

3

Date:

Place value â€” Tens and units

Refer to Textbook page 16

Write the missing numbers. (a)

Tens

ten

(b)

Units

units =

Tens

Units

ten

units =

Tens

Units

2. How many cubes are there? (a)

Tens

Units

(b)

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3. Look at the pictures. Write the missing numbers. (a)

Tens

Units

(b)

Tens

Units

(c)

Tens

Units

4. Fill in the blanks. (a) 11 = 1 ten

(c) 15 =

unit (b) 16 = 1 ten ten 5 units

5. Fill in the blanks. (a) 17 =

ten

units

(b) 10 =

ten

units

(c) 8 =

tens

units

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(d) 19 =

units ten 9 units

6. Draw tens ( (a)

) and units (

) to show 15 cubes.

Tens

(b) Draw tens ( Tens

Units

) and units (

How do I draw this?

) to show 20 cubes. Units

7. Colour 17 cubes.

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8. The place value table shows the number of buttons Rita has.

Tens

Units

1

2

Tick (âœ“) the picture that shows the correct number of buttons.

9. Colour the number that has 1 ten and 8 units. 16

18

20

12

14

8

10. (a) Colour in red the numbers that have 1 ten. (b) Colour in blue the numbers that have 1 unit.

12 14 1

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Worksheet

Class:

4

Estimation

Date: Refer to Textbook page 19

1. Estimate. Then count to find the actual number. (a)

Estimate:

Actual count:

Actual count:

Actual count:

(b)

Estimate: (c)

Estimate:

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2. Look at the picture below.

Sarah estimates that there are about 25 thumbtacks. Lisa estimates that there are about 30 thumbtacks. Whose estimate is better? Use a number track to explain your answer.

How many thumbtacks are there actually?

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Class:

Date:

Putting It Together 1 Further Practice

1.

Look at the picture shown below. Count the objects and write the correct numbers.

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2. How many balloons are there?

3. Colour seven of the butterflies.

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How many butterflies are not coloured?

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4. Write the missing words and numerals. five 7 0 twelve sixteen 20 13 11 19

5. How many cubes are there?

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6. How many paper clips are there? I make 10. Then I count on.

7. Fill in the blanks.

(a) 19 =

ten

units

(b) 4 =

tens

units

(c)

= 1 ten 3 units

(d)

= 8 units

8. Estimate. Then count to find the actual number.

Estimate: 22

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Actual count:

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Class:

Date:

Putting It Together 2 Problem-Solving

There are 9 crayons. 5 of them are red. All the other crayons are blue. How many are blue?

I can draw a diagram to help me find the answer.

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My thoughts

Estimate the number of pupils in your school. How did you arrive at your estimate? Can you find out if your estimate was a good one? Explain your answer.

âœ“

Self-check

Can you count, read and write numbers from 0 to 10? Can you count, read and write numbers from 11 to 20? Can you say how many tens and units there are in a number? Can you give an estimate of up to 30 objects?

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