# NCERT Solutions For Class 2 Maths Chapter 2 Counting in groups

### Counting in groups

Question: 1

Can you guess how many cups?

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10 cups

There are 10 cups

Question: 2

Can you guess how many pairs of shoes?

There are 3 pairs in each line

3 + 3 + 3 = 9 pairs

There are 9 pairs of shoes

Question: 3

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

(a)

There are 12 glasses

(b)

There are 25 bangles.

(c)

(c) There are 12 pairs of earrings.

Question: 4

There are three groups of spoons

(a) How many in each group?

There are 8 spoons in each group

(b) Guess the total number of spoons

There are 24 spoons

Question: 5

(a) Number of teeth in your mouth

More than 40

Less than 40

Less than 40

(b) Number of seeds in an orange

More than 50

Less than 50

Less than 50

(c) Number of matchsticks in a matchbox

More than 30

Less than 30

More than 30

(d) Number of pencils in your class

More than 45

Less than 45

Less than 45

(e) Number of spokes in one cycle wheel

More than 20

Less than 20

(e) Less than 20

Join the dots

Question: 6

Jojo doggy is hungry. Join the dots in order, from 21 to 52, and find out what is hidden for him to eat

Bone

Question: 7

Bhurru has torn some pages of this book

Write the page numbers in the correct order

Question: 8

Puzzling tail

Chipku rat has a long tail.

When he was sleeping, naughty cat thought of tying his tail to the poles.

She started from the pole with the biggest number. She moved on to the smaller numbers in order.

Help her in tying. But the tail should not cross itself anywhere.

Question: 9

Look at the picture and and write

(a) How many are pulling the carrot out?

6

(b) Who was the first one to pull it?

Old man

(c) The cat is in the ______ line

Fifth

(d) Who was the fourth one to pull the carrot? ________

The dog

(e) How many were pulling the carrot before the cat came to help them?

4

Question: 10

Seema’s century

Seema has made a design with different bindis.

(a) Look at the groups and guess the total number of bindis.

80 bindis

(b) Draw more groups to complete 100 bindis. How many more bindis did you have to draw?