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Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

What is As Many As?


As many as is all about counting and finding out that the objects present on both sides are equal to each other.
There are 3 Icecreams on both sidesThere are 3 Icecreams on both sides

Let us understand this concept.

Example 1:

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2Example 2: 

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2Example 3: Megha has 4 dolls. She needs as many dresses as she has dolls.
So how many dresses she needs for them?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Megha needs 4 dresses for 4 dolls.

Now watch a fun video on What is As Many As:


Can You Count?

Let us count the number of toffees given below and learn how to write the numbers.

Question for Chapter Notes: Numbers from One to Nine
Try yourself:You have 5 friends and you want to give 1 chocolate to each of your friends. How many chocolates do you need to buy for 5 friends?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

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What is More or Less?

More means greater and less means smaller. 

Example 1: Look at the picture given below. Can you tell which is more and which is less?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

There are 5 butterflies and 2 plants

So, there are more butterflies and less plants

Example 2:  Look at the picture given below. Can you tell which basket has more fruits?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

The basket on the left has 9 fruits

The basket on the right has 2 fruits

So, there are more fruits in the basket on the right

  • In the numbers 3 and 2, we know that 3 is greater than 2.  This means,

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

  • We can also say 2 is less than 3. This means,

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Let's watch a video to learn the concept of More and Less:


Can you Count and Match?

Count the number of fruits in each row. Draw a line to match it with the correct number.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Get ready to watch a video to learn Count and Match:


One to Nine

One

1 is a special number that comes first when we start counting. We can think of it as the very beginning! 

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Two

The number 2 is also a special number that we use to count and describe things. It tells us how many things we have or how many there are of something.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Q: How many apples you see below?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Ans: I can see 2 apples here.


Three

The number 3 is a special number that we can use to count and represent things. It's a number that comes after 2 and before 4.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2


Four

The number 4 is a special number that we can use to count things. It is a small number, and you can think of it as the number of fingers on one hand if you don't count your thumb. 

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2


Five

The number 5 is a counting number that comes after 4 and before 6. It's a number we use to count and represent things.

Can you count the number of stars below?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Six

The number 6 is a counting number that comes after 5 and before 7.  

Can you count the number of beetles below?Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Seven

The number 7 is a counting number that comes after 6 and before 8. 

Can you count the number of brinjal below?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Eight

The number 8 is a counting number that comes after 7 and before 9.  

Can you count the number of bees below?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Nine

The number 9 is a counting number that comes after 8.  

Can you count the number of children below?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Making Groups

Grouping means bringing things together.  Let us learn to make groups of required numbers.

Example 1: Make a group of 4.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

Example 2: Make a group of 7.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

What are Missing Numbers?

A series or sequence where a number is missed is known as a missing number sequence. 

Look at the example given below. Numbers given are 1, ___, ___, 4, ___, ___, 7, ___, ___.

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2

We just learned the counting above, so we know that the correct series will be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

Question for Chapter Notes: Numbers from One to Nine
Try yourself:Add the missing numbers

2,___, 4,___, 6

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What is Zero?

Let's understand the concept of zero with the help of an example.

How many chocolates do you see in the given picture?

Numbers from One to Nine Class 1 Notes Maths Chapter 2If you give these 2 chocolates to your best friend, then how many chocolates will be left?

There will be 0 chocolates left.

ZeroZero

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