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In this lesson, we will learn:

- How do we count forwards using: the numbers 0 to 9, number lines (and negative numbers), and big numbers (up to millions)?
- Counting forwards can help us write addition statements.

- We use
**numbers**to represent__how many__things there are. - You can count how many things there are by
**counting FORWARDS**: - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, …
- Technically, the number line starts at 0 but zero means there are no things to count. That’s why you
__start counting at 1__ **Counting forwards**means the counting numbers are getting__BIGGER__- If you look at a
**number line**, counting forwards means going from__left to right__

**Negative numbers**also count forward by going from__left to right__on a**number line***Don’t get confused!*The negative numbers (digits) are going__backwards__, but they have a negative sign!- The smaller your negative, the bigger your value (less negative = bigger)
- Ex. counting forwards in negatives: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0
- Recall: number
**PLACE VALUES!** - The smaller place values are on the right, the bigger place values are on the left
- When the digit increases (from 0 to 9): after you hit 9, next you will increase 1 into the place value on the left. Your digit will then start again from 0 (and count up to 9, repeating the process)
- You can also use your fingers to count forward and find out how many numbers you have increased (counted up) by.
- Put down all your fingers (zero fingers up) when you start on your first number.
- Each number you count, raise one more finger.
- When you reach your last number, you can count your raised fingers
- Ex. counting from 23 up to 26: you count up by three
- This can allow you to make
**addition**statements! - [starting #] + [how much you counted up] = [last #]
- Ex. counting from 23 up to 26, the addition statement would be: 23 + 3 = 26

- IntroductionIntroduction to Counting Forwards:a)How do we count forwards?b)How do we count forwards with negative numbers?c)How do we count forwards with big place values?d)How can we use counting forwards to understand addition?
- 1.
**Counting forwards to find the next numbers**

Fill in the next four blanks after each number by counting forwards.a)73, ___, ___, ___, ___b)245, ___, ___, ___, ___c)6319, ___, ___, ___, ___d)78 046, ___, ___, ___, ___e)1 520 898, ___, ___, ___, ___f)-2, ___, ___, ___, ___g)-100, ___, ___, ___, ___ - 2.
**Counting forwards to find numbers between**

List the numbers in between the given numbers by counting forwards.a)84 and 92b)7529 and 7536c)12 695 and 12 703d)-54 and -49 - 3.
**Counting forwards and addition statements**

Count forwards to find the difference between two numbers. Then, rewrite as an addition statement.a)359 and 365b)412 768 and 412 779c)5 999 996 and 6 000 005d)-102 and -93 - 4.
**Counting forwards word problem**

Gwen and 5 of her friends go to a carnival together. Each person got a raffle ticket. Gwen was first, and her number is "240 997". The raffle tickets are labelled in order. What are the numbers of her friends' tickets?