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|Some examples of the number 0
|A circle has zero corners
|A snake has zero legs
|When it's midnight, the time on a digital clock is twelve (or zero depending on where you live) hours and zero minutes
|Some examples of the number 1
|Humans have one tongue and one mouth.
|Earth has one moon.
|Many rulers rule one country with one crown.
|Some examples of the number 2
|Rabbits have two ears.
|Playing cards come in two colors (red and black).
|Bikes have two wheels.
|Some examples of the number 3
|Tripods that hold cameras have three legs.
|Sports have three champions most of the time.
|There are three primary colors.
|Some examples of the number 5
|A starfish often has five arms.
|Each hand has five fingers.
|The Olympic flag is made of five circles.
|Some examples of the number 6
|A classic guitar has six strings.
|In the center of the flag of Israel there's a star with six points.
|All ants, bees, and flies have six legs. Such creatures are called "insects".
|Some examples of the number 7
|Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti are the seven musical notes.
|The seven colors of the rainbow are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
|The Big Dipper is a pattern of seven stars.
|Some examples of the number 8
|An umbrella often has eight ribs.
|The octopus has eight arms.
|In the game of chess, each player has eight pawns.
|Some examples of the number 9
|Human pregnancy lasts for nine months.
|One of the most famous compositions of Beethoven is his Ninth Symphony.
|In the game of tic-tac-toe, there are nine fields on the board.