Counting and performing some adding, subtracting and multiplying using objects — *cherries* — with the numbers ONE to FIVE.

ORAL EXERCISES.

LESSON VII.

NOTE.–These exercises are intended for use with the Numeral Frame or with counters of some kind,–marbles, pebbles, kernels of corn, beans, or bits of pasteboard. The objects should be arranged in distinct groups, to represent each number indicated.

1. How many counters have we here? (1)

2. How many are 1 and 1? One taken away from 2 leaves how many? How many ones in 2? How many are two times 1?

3. How many are 2 and 1? How many are 1 and 1 and 1? How many are three times 1?

4. One taken away from 3 leaves how many? Two taken away from 3 leaves how many? How many ones in 3?

5. How many are 3 and 1? How many are 2 and 2? How many are 1 and 1 and 1 and 1? How many are 4 times 1? How many are two times 2?

6. One taken from 4 leaves how many? Two from 4 leaves how many? Three from 4 leaves how many? How many ones in 4? How many twos in 4?

7. How many are 4 and 1? How many are 3 and 2? How many are 1 and 1 and 1 and 1 and 1? How many are five times 1?

8. One from 5 leaves how many? Two from 5 leaves how many? Three from 5 leaves how many? Four from 5 leaves how many? How many ones in 5?

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