Counting Bigger Number

In counting bigger number select the bigger number and then color the bigger number apple on the tree.

Here we need to compare the three apples based on their numbers. The apple which will have the greatest number that apple needs to be coloured. We need to be good in number concepts to compare the numbers in the apple. To find the bigger number we need to count numbers from 1 to 100.

In math coloring pages we will enjoy coloring the apples after selecting the bigger number apple from the three sets of numbers. It should create a joyful learning environment. Math-Only-Math is based on the premisethat children do not make a distinction between paly and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.

Let’s recognize and count numbers from 0 – 100 confidently:

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