We count **Thousands** the same way we count **tens:- **1 – 99, and **hundreds:-** 100 – 999.

So if we had 21 apples, and we were given 100 more apples, we have “one hundred and twenty-one” apples:- 121.

Now if we had 21,000 apples, and were given 100,000 more apples, we have “one hundred and twenty-one Thousand apples:- 121,000.

We can count up to “nine hundred and ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine:- 999,999.

One more apple would make it One million:- 1,000,000.

So now our counting numbers look like this:-

1,2,3,4,5, | which , we call, | ,Ones | ||

10,20,30,40,50, | which, we call, | ,Tens | ||

100. 200. 300. 400. 500 | which, we call, | ,Hundreds | ||

1,000. 2,000. 3,000. 4,000 | which, we call, | ,Thousands | ||

10,000. 20,000. 30,000 | which, we call, | ,Tens of Thousands | ||

100,000. 200,000. 300,000 | which, we call, | ,Hundreds of thousands | ||

1,000,000. 2,000,000 | which, we call, | ,Millions | ||

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