Count by Fives

Updated on Jun 23, 2009
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The shells start at five and end at 100, but most of the numbers in between are missing. Kids count by fives to fill in the empty shells. Then they use their counting skills to solve one last problem. Skip counting by fives to 100 is one way children can demonstrate the meaning of addition, and it also helps them recognize multiples of five. This skill is valuable as your child learns to count money and tell time.

First Grade Counting Worksheets: Count by Fives
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