Skip Counting by 10's

Pretend that every block in your neighborhood has 10 houses.

This map shows 5 blocks.

How many houses are shown on the map? 🤔

You could count each house, but that would take a long time!

It would be easier to **count by 10's!** 🤗

There are a total of 50 houses. Great job! 👏

**Skip counting by 10** is adding 10 to each number in a sequence.

In 2nd grade, you should be able to skip count by 10, up to 100.

Let’s go back to the houses in your neighborhood.

This map shows 4 blocks.

How many houses are there now? 🤔

We can count by 10's for each block.

The **table **shows how we skip count by 10 for each block. 👇

There are a total of 40 houses in 4 blocks! ✅

Let’s try another example!

Each box has 10 tennis balls.

You buy 3 boxes.

How many tennis balls do you have? 🤔

We can count by 10 for each box! The table shows how we do it.

You'd have 30 tennis balls!

Great work! 💪

🤗 Move on to your practice now!

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