Count by 5s, 10s, and 100s

There's an easier way to count! Scholars get practice counting by 5 and 10 in this skip-counting worksheet. There are 10 problems, and for each they observe a set of objects that have been grouped. Learners skip count to get a final number, recording it for each set. Encourage kids to count aloud as they go, ensuring they aren't resorting to standard counting. Do they notice how much faster it goes? Are there other applications for this type of skill? Don't be fooled by the title; there aren't any problems requiring pupils count by 100.

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