The chart shows the number of stickers four children have. Kemi has more stickers than Sam. How many more does she have?
Let’s start by counting the number of stickers that Kemi has: one, two, three, four, five, six. Now, we need to count the number of stickers that Sam has: one, two. Sam has two stickers. Now, what we have to do is work out how many more stickers Kemi has than Sam.
We know that Sam has two stickers and Kemi has six. So how many more does Kemi have? Four. Two and four makes six. So the difference between six and two is four. Six take away two is four. So Kemi has four more stickers than Sam.