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Skip Counting by 10s**

Multiples of 10 Game Show

Game

Multiples of 10 Game Show

Kids practice adding and taking away 10 in this silly game show.

1st grade

Math

Game

Skip Counting Game Show

Game

Skip Counting Game Show

Kids use their skip counting skills to find the mystery numbers on a game show.

1st grade

Math

Game

Money, Money, Money!

Workbook

Money, Money, Money!

This workbook is all about helping first graders ace their money math. Counting coins, word problems, and coin matching will help familiarize kids with the basics of money.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Navigating Numbers 1-100

Workbook

Navigating Numbers 1-100

Explore the patterns in numbers with this package of counting worksheets. Practice sequencing, filling in missing numbers and skip counting.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Math: Everything in its Place Value

Workbook

Math: Everything in its Place Value

Understanding the value of a number has never been more inviting. This series of worksheets will give your second grader the opportunity to count, read and compare numbers.

2nd grade

Math

Workbook

Skip Counting Chart

Worksheet

Skip Counting Chart

Use this number chart to help your child find patterns in numbers, which will help take that first step into skip counting.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Hundreds Chart Challenge

Worksheet

Hundreds Chart Challenge

Has your little math whiz mastered the hundreds chart? Give him a fun challenge with these fill-in-the blank pieces of the chart.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

I Know My Numbers 1 to 100

Lesson Plan

I Know My Numbers 1 to 100

Fishy numbers! This lesson will have your students counting to one hundred in multiples of 10 in no time flat! Your students will love using flash cards to practice.

Preschool

Math

Lesson Plan

Comparing Numbers 2

Guided Lesson

Comparing Numbers 2

First graders' fluidity with comparing numbers is an important building block for the higher-level math concepts to come in the later grades. You can give first graders a leg up with this lesson, featuring guided instruction and practice problems in comparing numbers. Once kids get through this lesson, you can download and print the suggested comparing numbers worksheets in order to provide even more opprotunities for practice.

1st grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Time and Money Math

Workbook

Time and Money Math

For first graders taking on the concepts of time and money, this workbook dives in with clock reading and coin counting practice.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Skip Counting by 10

Worksheet

Skip Counting by 10

Get into the counting groove with some sweet skip counting! Count up the piles of ten, and find the totals.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Number Sense 1

Guided Lesson

Number Sense 1

First grade mathematicians will be working this year on number sense in order to improve their understanding of the relationship between numbers and their ability to do mental math. This guided lesson will help strengthen this important skill with targeted instruction and plenty of real-world practice problems. Once the lesson is finished, you can extend learning with the suggested number sense worksheets.

1st grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Measurement Medley

Workbook

Measurement Medley

In this workbook kids will measure time, distance, and masses to hone their measurement skills for science, math, and beyond!

2nd grade

Science

Workbook

Place Value 2

Guided Lesson

Place Value 2

This lesson is a continuation of place value practice, and offers more instruction on identifying tens and ones in 2-digit numbers. Once first graders are able to quickly identify place value they are then able to understand on a deeper level what larger numbers actually mean. This is crucial for the math fluency that will support higher-level concepts in the later grades.

1st grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Skip Counting

Workbook

Skip Counting

Count by twos, fives or tens to reveal the animals hiding on the pages. Help your child see patterns between numbers up to 100 and higher. Skip counting builds a base for multiplication down the road.

2nd grade

Math

Workbook

Counting By Tens: Dimes

Worksheet

Counting By Tens: Dimes

Introduce your first grader to counting by tens with dimes with this worksheet.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Skip Counting Practice

Worksheet

Skip Counting Practice

Get ready for third grade times tables by practicing skip counting.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Money Math

Workbook

Money Math

Here is an introduction to the four U.S. coins for beginners. Kids will practice recognizing and adding coin values in advanced counting practice.

Kindergarten

Math

Workbook

Practice Test: Number Patterns

Worksheet

Practice Test: Number Patterns

Review number patterns with your second grader with this mini quiz that asks him to choose the number that comes next in each pattern.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Number Patterns: Find the Pattern

Worksheet

Number Patterns: Find the Pattern

Sharpen your first grader's number sense with an exercise in recognizing number patterns.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Vegetables Skip Counting

Worksheet

Vegetables Skip Counting

Count by tens and connect the dots to finish a picture of freshly picked vegetables.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Hundreds Chart: Skip Counting!

Worksheet

Hundreds Chart: Skip Counting!

Did you know there are patterns in numbers? Dive into skip counting with your beginning math star, a great way to prepare him for multiplication!

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

120 Steps

Lesson Plan

120 Steps

What does it feel like to take 120 steps? In this lesson, students practice counting and completing word problems up to 120.

1st grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Dot to Dot Zoo: 10's

Worksheet

Dot to Dot Zoo: 10's

This elephant dot-to-dot has a mathematical twist. Instead of counting 1,2,3 kids will count by tens to connect the dots.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Rolling in the Money

Lesson Plan

Rolling in the Money

Just a roll of the dice, and your students will be learning how to count money! In this lesson, they will be become familiar with the value of money.

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Skip counting by 10s is quite the fascination with young learners, who are eager to reach 100. After mastering skip counting by 2s and 5s, let your students continue to develop their understanding of skip counting by working with 10s. The activities outlined below are a great starting place for children trying to learn how to skip count, whether by 2s, 5s, or 10s.

Approaching numbers from many directions is one of the ways we teach children and early learners number sense. One approach that is commonly taught is skip counting by tens.

While it may seem arbitrary, skip counting by tens has a number of benefits for students. It allows them to see patterns in numbers. When counting the whole tens (10, 20, 30…) they see that the first digit of each number is the same as when they simply count to ten and the second digit of each number is zero.

Understanding this pattern will allow them to count by tens without even when they start with a number that is not a multiple of ten. If they understand that only the first digit changes, they will understand that regardless of what number they start with, the digit in the ones place will not change.

Skip counting by tens also lays the foundation for early multiplication. When students understand that the fifth number you reach when skip counting by ten is fifty, and five times ten is fifty, they can expand on that concept to find other products when multiplying by ten.

Using a 100s chart is one way to help students identify the patterns. They will see that, if each row in the chart has 10 digits, regardless of where they start, skip counting will just be counting down each column.

Practicing with the resources provided above by Education.com may help students learn to skip count by tens consistently and gain a foundation in number sense that teachers can build on in the future.

While it may seem arbitrary, skip counting by tens has a number of benefits for students. It allows them to see patterns in numbers. When counting the whole tens (10, 20, 30…) they see that the first digit of each number is the same as when they simply count to ten and the second digit of each number is zero.

Understanding this pattern will allow them to count by tens without even when they start with a number that is not a multiple of ten. If they understand that only the first digit changes, they will understand that regardless of what number they start with, the digit in the ones place will not change.

Skip counting by tens also lays the foundation for early multiplication. When students understand that the fifth number you reach when skip counting by ten is fifty, and five times ten is fifty, they can expand on that concept to find other products when multiplying by ten.

Using a 100s chart is one way to help students identify the patterns. They will see that, if each row in the chart has 10 digits, regardless of where they start, skip counting will just be counting down each column.

Practicing with the resources provided above by Education.com may help students learn to skip count by tens consistently and gain a foundation in number sense that teachers can build on in the future.