# Numbers and Counting up to 20

We will learn numbers and counting up to 20 to recognize the numerals 11 through 20. Counting numbers are very important to know so that we can understand that numbers have an order and also be able to count numbers easily. In our real life we can relate numbers to quantities.

### Let’s learn about numbers and counting up to 20:

Numbers 11 to 20:

Let us count roses and write.

Oh! Yes, these are TEN roses and one more.

We call one more than 9 as TEN.

Same way,

One more than one ten makes ELEVEN.

ELEVEN is written as 11.

# 11                                         EVEVEN   12                                         TWELVE      13                                         THIRTEEN       14                                       FOURTEEN 15                                         FIFTEEN  16                                         SIXTEEN      17                                     SEVENTEEN   18                                         EIGHTEEN    19                                         NINETEEN20                                         TWENTY

 One Ten and One more make ELEVEN. We write it as 11.
 One Ten and Two more make TWELVE. We write it as 12.
 One Ten and Three more make THIRTEEN. We write it as 13.
 One Ten and Four more make FOURTEEN. We write it as 14.
 One Ten and Five more make FIFTEEN. We write it as 15.
 One Ten and Six more make SIXTEEN. We write it as 16.
 One Ten and Seven more make SEVENTEEN. We write it as 17.
 One Ten and Eight more make EIGHTEEN. We write it as 18.
 One Ten and Nine more make NINETEEN. We write it as 19.
 One Ten and Ten more make TWENTY. We write it as 20.

Write numbers from 11 to 20. One is done for you.

 T O Number Name 10 and 1 more make 1 1 Eleven 10 and 2 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 3 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 4 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 5 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 6 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 7 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 8 more make _____ _____ __________ 10 and 9 more make _____ _____ __________ Two groups of 10 is _____ _____ __________

### It’s very important to know about numbers;

1. To recognize the numerals.

2. To know that numbers have an order.

3. To relate or express numbers to quantities.

Learning numbers and counting up to 20.

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