Counting Numbers from 51 to 99

Let’s learn about counting numbers from fifty-one to ninety-nine in numerals and words.

Counting from fifty-one to ninety-nine with numbers or numerals:

51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 73, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 81, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99


Counting from fifty-one to ninety-nine with words:

51 = Fifty-one 

53 = Fifty-three 

55 = Fifty-five 

57 = Fifty-seven 

59 = Fifty-nine 

61 = Sixty-one 

63 = Sixty-three 

65 = Sixty-five 

67 = Sixty-seven 

69 = Sixty-nine 

71 = Seventy-one 

73 = Seventy-three 

75 = Seventy-five 

77 = Seventy-seven 

79 = Seventy-nine 

81 = Eighty-one 

83 = Eighty-three 

85 = Eighty-five 

87 = Eighty-seven 

89 = Eighty-nine 

91 = Ninety-one 

93 = Ninety-three 

95 = Ninety-five 

97 = Ninety-seven

99 = Ninety-nine 

52 = Fifty-two

54 = Fifty-four

56 = Fifty-six

58 = Fifty-eight

60 = Sixty

62 = Sixty-two

64 = Sixty-four

66 = Sixty-six

68 = Sixty-eight

70 = Seventy

72 = Seventy-two

74 = Seventy-four

76 = Seventy-six

78 = Seventy-eight

80 = Eighty

82 = Eighty-two

84 = Eighty-four

86 = Eighty-six

88 = Eighty-eight

90 = Ninety

92 = Ninety-two

94 = Ninety-four

96 = Ninety-six

98 = Ninety-eight



Numbers from 51 to 60:


How many Tens make FIFTY?

Oh! Yes five Tens make Fifty.

One Ten
Two Tens
Three Tens
Four Tens
Five Tens

One Ten

10

Two Tens

20

Three Tens

30

Four Tens

40

Five Tens

50

What is one more than 50?

Yes, you are right one more than fifty is Fifty-one.

Fifty-one is written as 51


Number 51

Now complete this table.

Write numbers from 51 to 60. One is done for you.

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O

Number Name

50 and 1 more make

5

1

Fifty-one

50 and 2 more make

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50 and 3 more make

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50 and 4 more make

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50 and 5 more make

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50 and 6 more make

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50 and 7 more make

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50 and 8 more make

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50 and 9 more make

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Six groups of 10 is 

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Numbers from 61 to 70:

Number 61

Write numbers from 61 to 70. One is done for you.

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O

Number Name

60 and 1 more make

6

1

Fifty-one

60 and 2 more make

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60 and 3 more make

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60 and 4 more make

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60 and 5 more make

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60 and 6 more make

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60 and 7 more make

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60 and 8 more make

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60 and 9 more make

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Seven groups of 10 is 

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Numbers from 71 to 80:

Number 71



Write numbers from 71 to 80. One is done for you.

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O

Number Name

70 and 1 more make

7

1

Seventy-one

70 and 2 more make

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70 and 3 more make

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70 and 4 more make

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70 and 5 more make

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70 and 6 more make

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70 and 7 more make

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70 and 8 more make

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70 and 9 more make

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Eight groups of 10 is 

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Numbers from 81 to 90:

Number 81


Write numbers from 81 to 90. One is done for you.

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O

Number Name

80 and 1 more make

8

1

Eighty-one

80 and 2 more make

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80 and 3 more make

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80 and 4 more make

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80 and 5 more make

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80 and 6 more make

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80 and 7 more make

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80 and 8 more make

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80 and 9 more make

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Nine groups of 10 is 

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Numbers from 91 to 99:

Number 91



Write numbers from 91 to 99. One is done for you.

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O

Number Name

90 and 1 more make

9

1

Seventy-one

90 and 2 more make

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90 and 3 more make

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90 and 4 more make

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90 and 5 more make

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90 and 6 more make

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90 and 7 more make

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90 and 8 more make

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90 and 9 more make

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Now you understand...

6 Tens make 60, 7 Tens make 70 and 8 Tens make 80.

Of course, 9 Tens make 90 (NINETY).

If we have 1 Ten more than 9 Tens, then it makes 10 Tens.

We write 10 Tens as 100 and read as ONE HUNDRED.


One hundred is 1 more than 99.

OR

1 more than 99 is 100.


1. Match the number names and the numbers.

(i) Seventy-four

(ii) Fifty-seven

(iii) Ninety-nine

(iv) Eighty-six

(v) Sixty-one

(vi) Ninety-two

(vii) Fifty-eight

(viii) Sixty-six

(ix) One hundred

(x) Seventy-five

(xi) Eighty-three

(xii) Sixty-nine

(a) 100

(b) 75

(c) 83

(d) 69

(e) 99

(f) 86

(g) 74

(h) 57

(i) 58

(j) 92

(k) 61 

(l) 66

Answer:

1. (i) → (g)

(ii) → (h)

(iii) → (e)

(iv) → (f)

(v) → (k)

(vi) → (j)

(vii) → (i)

(viii) → (l)

(ix) → (a)

(x) → (b)

(xi) → (c)

(xii) → (d)


2. Circle the number for the number name.

(i) Ninety-three __________

(a) 83;      (b) 93;      (c) 96;      (d) 73


(ii) Sixty-seven __________

(a) 67;      (b) 77;      (c) 57;      (d) 69


(iii) Fifty-nine __________

(a) 59;      (b) 89;      (c) 57;      (d) 69


(iv) Seventy __________

(a) 60;      (b) 90;      (c) 70;      (d) 80


(iv) Eighty-five __________

(a) 95;      (b) 84;      (c) 75;      (d) 85


(iv) Fifty-one __________

(a) 56;      (b) 51;      (c) 71;      (d) 61


(v) Seventy-six __________

(a) 66;      (b) 78;      (c) 76;      (d) 86


(iv) Ninety-eight __________

(a) 94;      (b) 78;      (c) 88;      (d) 98


Answer:

2. (i) → (b)

(ii) → (b)

(iii) → (a) 

(iv) → (c)

(iv) → (d)

(iv) → (b) 

(v) → (a) 

(iv) → (d)

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