Skip-counting practice

1. Count by twos. You can also do this orally with your teacher.

a.  0, 2, 4,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______, ______

b50, 52,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______, ______

c1, 3, 5,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,   ______, _______

d ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  35, 37,  ______,  ______,  ______, _______

2. Fill in the chart.

Then color every
fourth number
on the number
chart starting at 4.
It should create a
pretty pattern.

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3. Count by fours. You can also do this orally with your teacher.

a.  0, 4,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______

b52, 56, ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______

c1, 5,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______

4. Color every third
number on the
number chart
starting at 3.
It should create
a pretty pattern.

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5. Count by tens. Use the chart to help. Notice the patterns!

 a.  0,  10,  ______,  ______,  ______ b.  21, 31, ______,  ______,  ______ c.  ______, 12,  ______,  32,  ______ d.  ______,  ______,  65, 75,  ______ e.  ______,  26,  ______,  46,  ______ f.  ______,  ______,  ______,  89, 99

6. Add 10 to these numbers. Notice: you only change how many tens there are.

 a.  61 + 10 = ______    15 + 10 = ______ b.  34 + 10 = ______    82 + 10 = ______ c.  69 + 10 = ______    55 + 10 = ______

7. Count by fives. Use the chart to help. You can also do this orally with your teacher.

a.  0 5,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______

b1,  6,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______,  ______

 I have as many tens as 15 and as many ones as 99. Who am I?

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This lesson is taken from Maria Miller's book Math Mammoth Place Value 1, and posted at www.HomeschoolMath.net with permission from the author. Copyright © Maria Miller.