Counting and performing some adding, subtracting and multiplying using objects — *cherries* — for the numbers SIX to EIGHT.

RAY’S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC

LESSON VIII.

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

2. One from 6 leaves how many? Two from 6? Three from 6? Four from 6? Five from 6? How many ones in 6? how many twos in 6? How many threes in 6?

3. How many are 6 and 1? How many are 5 and 2? How many are 4 and 3? How many are 3 and 4? How many are seven times 1?

4. One from 7 leaves how many? Two from 7? Three from 7? Four from 7? Five from 7? Six from 7? How many ones in 7?

5. How many are 7 and 1? How many are 6 and 2? How many are 5 and 3? How many are 4 and 4? How many are 3 and 5? How many are 2 and 6?

6. How many are eight times 1? How many are four times 2? How many are two times 4?

7. One from 8 leaves how many? Two from 8? Three form 8? Four from 8? Five from 8? Six from 8? Seven from 8?

8. How many ones in 8? How many twos in 8? How many fours in 8?

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