Counting numbers are natural numbers. All are positive numbers. 1,2,3,4,5,6,... are countingnumbers. There are infinitely many countingnumbers. From the first grade we learn these numbers. The numbers remains with us till the end of our life in different forms. Such as in the form of money,while buying fruits etc. There are different ways of countingnumbers, they are counting by 2's, counting by 3's, by 5's, 10's etc. Here we, will discuss counting by 1 only. Countingnumbers contain all even and odd numbers.
Counting by 1 gives you the next number.When we count the numbers up to 10 with number names then we get,
1 One 
2 Two 
3 Three 
4 Four 
5 Five 
6 Six 
7 Seven 
8 Eight 
9 Nine 
10 Ten 


































































































Practice
Q.1 Write the missing number.
1) 34,___, ___,___,38
2) 23,___,25,___,___
3) 10,11,___,___,___
4) 56,___,___,___,60
5) 82,___,___,___,___,___,___
6) 13,___,___
7) 91,___,___,___,___,___,___,___,___,100
8) ___,85,___
9) ___67,68,___,___
10) 1,___,___,___,___
Q.2 Write the countingnumbers from 41 to 60.
Q.3 Write the countingnumbers form 11 to 30.
Q.4 Write the 5 countingnumbers from 85.
Q.5 Write the 8 countingnumbers from 13.
Q.6 Write the countingnumbers from 10 to 40 and circle the even numbers with red and odd numbers with blue color.