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Count on 1. Write the sum. Say 3. Count on 1. Total = 4
Count on 1. Write the sum. Say 6. Count on 1. Total = 7
Count on 2. Write the sum. 4 Say 4. Count on 2. 5, 6., = 6
Count on 2. Write the sum. 7 Say 7. Count on 2. 8, 9., = 9
Count on. Find the sum = 4 3 5
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How many in all? 2 2 bears are in a cave. 1 more comes. How many bears are there in all ? 3 4 5
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How many in all? 3 bees are in a hive. 2 more come. How many bees are there in all?
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How many in all? 6 6 birds are in the house. 1 more bird comes. How many birds are there in all? 5 7 8
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Which number sentence? Michael had 5 pens. He found 1 more. How many pens did he have in all? 5+1=6 5+2=7 2+3=
Nice try! Let’s count together. 6
Which number sentence? Luis read 5 books. He read 2 more. How many books did he read in all? 5+1=6 7+1=8 5+2=7
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Which number sentence ? Mary had 8 stickers. She found 2 more. How many stickers did she have in all? 8+1=9 8+2=10 9+1=10
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