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Look at how different things are kept in groups. Try to guess the total number without counting each thing.

There are three groups of spoons.

- How many in each group? ____________

- Guess the total number of spoons. ____________

**Solution:**

**More or Less, Let Us Guess**

Ring the correct answer:

**Solution:**

*Disclaimer: The purpose of this section is to make the students observe their surroundings. It is highly recommended that the students prepare the answer on their own. The answers provided here are for reference only.*

**Hop Till You Drop**

How many times can you hop on your right foot without falling? ___________

**Solution:**

*Disclaimer: The answer may vary from student to student, based on his/her experience.*

How many times can you hop on your left foot without falling? ____________

**Solution:**

*Disclaimer: The answer may vary from student to student, based on his/her experience. *

*Look at the picture and write:*

• How many are pulling the carrot out?

• Who was the first one to pull it?

• The cat is ___________ in the line.

• Who was the fourth one to pull the carrot? __________

• How many were pulling the carrot before the cat came to help them?

• Make a cap on the third one in the line.

• Make a moustache for the sixth one in the line.

**Solution:**

*Disclaimer: Some of the answers are provided below for reference.*

- Six are pulling the carrot out.
- Grandfather was the first one to pull it.
- The cat is
__fifth__in the line. - Dog was the fourth one to pull the carrot.
- Four were pulling the carrot before the cat came to help them.

*Seema's Century*

Seema has made a design with different *bindis*.

• Look at the groups and guess the total number of *bindis*.

• Draw more groups to complete 100 *bindis*. How many more *bindis* did you have to draw?

**Solution:**

- 80
*bindis* - We had to draw 20 more
*bindis*to complete the century.