# Question Video: Counting Objects up to 20 Mathematics • Kindergarten

Select a group of 9.

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### Video Transcript

Select a group of nine.

The pictures in this question show lots of tubs of popcorn. Our question contains a digit. And this digit represents the number nine. We need to look at each of the three groups of popcorn that we have and to select the one that is a group of nine tubs. Which group contains nine tubs of popcorn? Let’s count them. We could put a counter on each tub as we count it. This way, we know we haven’t missed any out. How many tubs are in our first group? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. We found the group of nine straight away. It looks like this might be the answer we’re looking for.

Let’s count the other groups just to check. In the second group, we can count one, two, three, four, five, six, seven — only eight tubs of popcorn in the second group. And in the third group, we can count one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine — we can see this is going to be more than nine — 10. We’ve counted all the tubs of popcorn to find the answer. The group of nine is this one.