# How Many Are There? Worksheets

How to Count How Many Are There in a Group - Do you feel like math is a difficult subject? Well, that is quite okay! We can change your mind. We can make you believe that math is, in fact, a very fun and informative subject! Are you thinking how? Let us tell you! Let us take one of the easiest things that math has created. Counting! We have learned counting from the very beginning, even when we are in kindergarten. So, we all know how to count! But what do you do when you need to count things that are present in a group? The answer is pretty simple! Here is an outline to make things easier for you! Take a look at the question first; make you read through the entire thing. If you see that the question is long, that means that the group is big, and you need to count throughout. The easiest method of counting things in a group is top count in pairs, that is, start counting 2, then 4, then 6, and so. Not only does it make it easier for you, but you also tend to sharpen your thinking skills! Told you it was fun!

• ### Basic Lesson

Demonstrates how increase or decrease the value of a number. Students learn to infer whether to use addition or subtraction. Count the number of objects and write the number on the line.

• ### Topic Quiz

Students count the number of objects and write the number on the line.

• ### Independent Practice 1

Count the number of objects in each group and write the number on the line. The answers can be found below. Count the number of objects in each group and write number on the line.

• ### Independent Practice 2

We use larger groups in this practice sheet.

• ### Homework Worksheet

It's great to send them home with this one. Also reinforces number word handwriting skills.

• ### Homework and Quiz Answer Key

Answers for the homework and quiz.

• ### Lesson and Practice Answer Key

Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets.

#### Counting Rhymes

Counting rhymes have been used on playgrounds and in street games to choose players and to choose someone to be "it." Recited while tapping on fists of players:
One potato, two potato, three potato, four Five potato, six potato, seven potato more.