How many frogs are there? How many flies are there?
6 frogs and 9 flies.
Compare the number of frogs and the number of flies. Use the terms greater than, less than, or equal to.
Possible responses: The amount of frogs is less than the amount of flies; the amount of flies is greater than the amount of frogs.
Compare 8 and 7.
Possible responses: 8 is greater than 7; 7 is less than 8.
What is the blue number?
How many tens are in 75? How many ones are in 75?
7 tens and 5 ones.
Write the number ninety-two. Explain how you know you are right.
Ninety-two is 92. Possible response: 90 means 9 tens. So, 9 goes in the tens place. 2 means 2 ones.
How can you count the bundles and singles?
Possible responses: Skip count by tens. Then count by ones; 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 61, 62.
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