Count the number of objects, then add one by drawing and give the new count. Learn one more than a given number by counting and drawing. Fill in the missing numbers.
Count the balloons and basketballs. Draw 1 more and count the balloons and basketballs now. Write how many.
How many balloons did you count before drawing 1 more? What did you notice when you drew 1 more?
How many basketballs did you count before drawing 1 more? What did you notice when you drew 1 more?
Do you think there is always a number that is 1 more than the number you are saying?
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