Skip Counting by 5s Resources

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120 Steps
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120 Steps
What does it feel like to take 120 steps? In this lesson, students practice counting and completing word problems up to 120.
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Kitty Skip Counting
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Kitty Skip Counting
Count by fives to help this little cat remember what she saw outside.
Math
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Number Patterns Chart
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Number Patterns Chart
Learn to see patterns in numbers with this handy chart. Kids will be prompted to skip count and color as they go.
Math
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Counting Nickels
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Counting Nickels
Coin recognition and simple adding are important skills -- without them, how will your smart first grader know how much money he has?
Math
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Heart Pattern
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Heart Pattern
Use a heart pattern to practice math skills this Valentine's Day. This heart pattern worksheet gets kids to practice numeric patterns on Valentine's Day.
Math
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"Skipping" Breakfast
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"Skipping" Breakfast
Use skip counting to connect the dots and finish a picture of Franco's breakfast.
Math
Worksheet
Skip Counting: Roll, Skip, Draw, and Write
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Skip Counting: Roll, Skip, Draw, and Write
Children practice multiplying single-digit numbers by five in this simple dice game.
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Rolling in the Money
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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.
Math
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Pass The Snake!
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Pass The Snake!
Keep students engaged and help them practice their counting fluency with this fun, game-based lesson. Students count and work with each other to create the classroom’s longest number snake. Who will be the winner?
Math
Lesson Plan
Mary Mary Quite Contrary Skip Counting
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Mary Mary Quite Contrary Skip Counting
Count by fives and connect the dots to reveal a clue that will help you fill in the blanks of the nursery rhyme "Mary Mary Quite Contrary."
Math
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Skip Count by Five
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Skip Count by Five
This coloring page dot-to-dot uses skip counting as an unexpected way to tie in multiplication learning and reviewing multiples of five!
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Multiples Of Five
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Multiples Of Five
This worksheet transposes plain old times tables onto a creative color by number.
Math
Worksheet
Skip Counting to Find the Total
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Skip Counting to Find the Total
This vibrant worksheet teaches the simple multiplication method of skip counting.
Math
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Skip Count Dot-to-Dot
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Skip Count Dot-to-Dot
Kids will skip count by fives in this hidden animal dot-to-dot. This connect the dots worksheet contains a hidden picture of a whiskered beaver.
Math
Worksheet
Back of a Nickel
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Back of a Nickel
The backs of coins are as important as the front. Does your first grader know how to recognize a nickel from its back?
Math
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Skip Counting Butterfly
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Skip Counting Butterfly
This sweet butterfly is missing her wings! Help finish this picture by connecting the dots and skip-counting by five.
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Measure Temperature: Fahrenheit and Celsius
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Measure Temperature: Fahrenheit and Celsius
Introduce your student to thermometers with this temperature worksheet. He'll learn the difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius
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Skip Counting Turtle
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Skip Counting Turtle
This adorable turtle is missing his shell! Help finish this picture by connecting the dots and skip counting by five.
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Measure Temperature: Fill the Thermometer
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Measure Temperature: Fill the Thermometer
Brrr, it's chilly in here! This worksheet will introduce your student to measuring hot and cold with thermometers.
Math
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Hickory Dickory Dock Skip Counting
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Hickory Dickory Dock Skip Counting
Count by fives and finish this drawing, and fill in the blanks of the nursery rhyme "Hickory Dickory Dock."
Math
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Gecko Dot-to-Dot
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Gecko Dot-to-Dot
To find out what type of tropical lizard is hiding behind the numbers, count by fives to connect the dots and complete the picture.
Math
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Carnival Toss Multiples #5
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Carnival Toss Multiples #5
Step up to the challenge with this carnival duck toss, with a mathematical twist! Your student will "knock down" all ducks with multiples of 10.
Math
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Measure Temperature: Thermometers
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Measure Temperature: Thermometers
How do we measure hot and cold? Teach your child about thermometers with this fun temperatures worksheet!
Math
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Coatimundi Dot-to-Dot
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Coatimundi Dot-to-Dot
Find out what a coatimundi looks like by completing this connect the dots activity by counting by fives. Connect the dots to complete the picture!
Math
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Tree Frog Dot-to-Dot
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Tree Frog Dot-to-Dot
Challenge your second grader by having him complete the dot-to-dot worksheet by counting by fives to finish the picture. What animal is hidden in the numbers?
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Skip Counting by 5s Resources

Next time your family is playing dominoes, break out a skip counting by 5s lesson that perfectly suits the occasion. Your child will love keeping track of everyone’s score with their new skill. If your child needs further skip counting by 5s help, the following activities from Education.com will keep learning both productive and fresh. Soon enough, your child will be a master of both counting by 5s and dominoes.

Resources to Sharpen Skip Counting by 5s Skills

Skip counting is a way to speed up calculations by using multiples. The various skills-based games, lesson plans, and other sources found in the Learning Library help kids learn the trick of skip counting by 5s.

There are two catchy songs, Count By Fives and Hundreds Chart that aid in memorization of skip counting. The Play Patterns Hopscotch is a clever hands-on activity that incorporates the classic game with multiples of 5 written in the hopscotch boxes. A sequencing game familiarizes students with magical patterns found in numbers.

In addition to engaging games, there are various printable worksheets concentrated on counting by 5s. There are dot-to-dot drawing activities where the dots number values are spread out by multiples of 5. Other illustrated printouts and number charts give first, second and third graders a visual of skip counting.

All of these examples and the many other resources are created by licensed teachers. With the Learning Library's help, kids will soon skip ahead to the next counting challenge.