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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 02

Hello young scholars! We're going on an exciting journey to explore the magical world of numbers. This quiz contains ten fun-filled questions about counting and number recognition. Try your best and don't forget to count on your fingers if you need to. Let the counting adventure begin!
Question 1
If you have 4 pencils and a friend gives you 2 more, how many do you have now?
5
6
7
8
When you have 4 pencils and get 2 more, you now have 6 pencils.
Question 2
What comes immediately after the number 9?
7
9
10
8
When counting, 10 comes after 9.
Question 3
If there are 10 dogs in a park and 4 go home, how many are left?
7
6
5
3
If we start with 10 dogs and 4 leave, we are left with 6 dogs. Great counting!
Question 4
What number comes before 1?
3
2
0
1
0 is the number that comes before 1.
Question 5
What is 1 less than 10?
11
9
10
8
When we take 1 away from 10, we are left with 9.
Question 6
What is 3 more than 5?
9
7
8
6
When you add 3 to 5, you get 8.
Question 7
How many digits do you have on one hand?
3
5
10
8
You have 4 fingers and 1 thumb on each hand.
Question 8
If there are 5 birds on a tree and 2 more land, how many birds are on the tree now?
7
6
8
9
When 5 birds are joined by 2 more, there are now 7 birds on the tree.
Question 9
If you have 2 apples and you eat one, how many are left?
3
1
2
None
If you eat 1 apple out of 2, you are left with 1 apple.
Question 10
How much is 2 + 2?
5
3
2
4
2 + 2 equals 4. Perfect!
Author:  Graeme Haw