# Counting Number

In counting number color the correct number of cakes in each plate. While counting we will get number concepts and also get a concept on quantitive analysis in the kindergarten math activities.

In math coloring pages we will enjoy coloring the cakes after counting the number of cakes in the plates. 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.

Color the correct number of cakes in each plate:

## (iv) Thirteen --- 13

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