# Skip Counting 5,10,100

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Our Skip Counting 5, 10, 100 Lesson Plan equips students to understand and apply methods of skip counting with 5, 10, and 100.  With practical application to problem solving, students employ skip counting to count the number of fingers of all the students in the class.  Students engage their sensory system with the use of manipulatives to reinforce skip counting by 10s and 5s and leverage peer learning as students practice skip counting in pairs.

## Skip Counting 5,10,100 Lesson Plan Includes:

• Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
• Instructional Content Pages about Skip Counting 5,10,100.
• Hands on homework activities giving students practice on applying methods of skip counting.
• Common Core State Standards

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Our Skip Counting 5, 10, 100 Lesson Plan equips students to understand and apply methods of skip counting with 5, 10, and 100.  With practical application to problem solving, students employ skip counting to count the number of fingers of all the students in the class.  Students engage their sensory system with the use of manipulatives to reinforce skip counting by 10s and 5s and leverage peer learning as students practice skip counting in pairs.

Sample Classroom Procedure / Teacher Instruction

1. Begin by explaining that skip counting counts groups of items rather than individual items to make counting faster for large amounts of items.
2. While reading the content pages, give students additional examples of items to skip count in order to help them understand the concept of creating groups. Use the additional resources to enhance understanding.
3. Introduce the idea of skip counting by having students count the number of fingers on their hands. Then ask them to figure out the number of fingers in the classroom. Reinforce the idea of skip counting as a group to make it easier to solve the problem.
4. Have students practice skip counting by creating groups of 10 and 5 with various objects such as pennies, beans, or cubes to figure out the amount they have been given.
5. Distribute the activity page to students. Have materials ready for the activity.
6. Distribute the practice page. Check and review the students’ responses. Have students practice skip counting to one another.
7. Distribute the homework page.
8. Ask students the following question: Can we skip count by any number?
9. Allow for responses and discussion.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.A.2 None for Grade 3

Class Sessions (45 minutes): 1 session

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