##### Asked by: Ognyan Eikmanns

asked in category: General Last Updated: 13th March, 2020# What are examples of count on facts?

**Count**-ons

**facts**are numbers 0 - 9 that only add +1, +2, +3. When practicing

**count**-ons start with the largest number and

**count**up. For

**example**: 5+3. Say 5 and then

**count**-on 6,7,8.

Moreover, what are count on numbers?

**Counting numbers** are the set of **numbers** that we use to learn how to **count**. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on. They are also called natural **numbers**—maybe since they feel natural to us because they are naturally the first **numbers** we learn. Sometimes they are also referred to as positive integers.

One may also ask, what are count back facts? **Counting** on and **counting back**: For **facts** such as 9+1 or 7+2, you can **count** on from the greater number. Similarly, for **facts** such as 6 – 1, you can **count back**. (**Counting back** is often harder to master than **counting** on.) Doubles and near doubles: If you have two groups of 8 objects, you have double 8, or 16, objects.

Beside above, what is a count on strategy?

**Counting** On is a beginning mental math **strategy** for addition. It is generally taught as an introductory mental math **strategy** and is usually very easy for students to grasp. **Counting** on means that you start with the biggest number in an equation, and then **count** up from there.

What is the 10 strategy?

Make **Ten Strategy** (Addition) Videos, examples, and solutions to help Kindergarten and Grade 1 kids learn to add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within **10** by using **strategies** such as making **ten** (e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 + 4 = **10** + 4 = 14).