# Quantifying - Which group has More ? Fewer and More

## Count and show the group which has more

As kids already have an excellent understanding of the concept of "fewer", quantifying - which group has more? Fewer and more will be a minute problem for them. When we use 'more' to quantify objects, we simply mean "a larger number of objects". In this case, kids will just observe the two sets, or better still, count and show the group that has more.

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### PRACTICE - WHICH GROUP HAS MORE

"Quantifying - which group has more? Fewer and more" is a perfect tip for kids to easily grasp the concept of quantification. To this effect, they can best excel in any assigned task as far as quantifying objects is concerned.

### Example:

Yeah, as I said earlier, it is so much fun having to identify the set with more objects. Kids will find this easy because they are already familiar with the concept 'fewer'.

Without much ado about anything, let's begin our fun exercise. "I can see two sets of telephones"

Hey! Which group has more?

Hmmmm! let me start counting from the second group.

Ehhhhm! 1 2 3 4 5 6

Now, the first group 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Eyaaaa, I hope you've noticed that the first group is already larger in number than the second group. Hence, the first group has more.

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