An Elementary Arithmetic by G. A. Wentworth

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And all coins and all stamps familiar Avith the dime of smaller value. Annie has 2 How five-cent pieces and a one-cent money has Annie ? AYhat two pieces of money mtich ? 10 What two cents cents ? 10 -f What two cents ? 10 + 1 = = make 11 money together make 12 ? pieces of 5 together piece. ? pieces of 2 2x5 — 1 = money together make 15 == ? Alice has 2 five-cent pieces and a two-cent piece. How much money has Alice ? Harry has 3 five-cent pieces. has Harry ? 5 + 6 + 5 -- ? What cents ? What cents ?

And write under each group for the number in the group pictures, : * * * * * * * * * ///////// xVxVx 0OOOOOOOO Copy these cards, 9 dots in each card, • and add dots enough to make and write 9 under each card : LESSON 34 Here are 9 you take If you take If you take If you take If you take If you take If you take If you take blocks, How many 8 minus 2 8 minus 6 ? 8 minus 5 ? 8 minus 4 ? 8 minus 7 ? SS@ BBS SBIi away 3 blocks, how many will be left ? away 6 blocks, how many will be left ? away 5 blocks, how many will be left ?

Over the 1 at the right? the 1 at the left Look 1. Then 10 means one What do you ten and no see over the ones. Note. The Teacher should proceed in Part II. as in Part I. showing objects, drawing number pictures on the board, and reading all Pupils should have the books the clothed exercises for the pupils. simply to copy and solve the numerical exercises. ; 41 LESSON 42 John may go 2. How many to the counting-board. holes are there in the top row Put one ? nail in one of the holes of the top row.

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