Video: Counting Objects and Filling a Ten Frame with Counters to Show the Same Number of Objects

Place a counter in the ten frame for each of the rabbits.

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Video Transcript

Place a counter in the ten frame for each of the rabbits.

We’re shown a number of rabbits. We have to count them by placing a counter in the ten frame for each of the rabbits. Each time we count a rabbit, we have to place a counter in the ten frame. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. There are nine rabbits and nine counters in the ten frame. Nine is one less than 10. That’s why there’s one space left in the ten frame. Which of these ten frames shows the number nine.

The first ten frame is full, which means it has 10 counters. But the second frame has one less, which means it has nine. This is the ten frame that shows the number of rabbits. There are nine rabbits and nine counters. The third ten frame has two less than 10, which means there are eight counters. The ten frame, which shows the correct number, is the one which shows nine counters.

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