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What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
- How to skip count!
- That we can skip count by 2s, 5s, 10s, and hundreds, starting from any number.
- How this knowledge can help us keep track of scores in a game, count lollipops and even balls in a ball pit!
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Before Video
What is a number line?ANSWERA line that shows numbers in order.
1, 2, … 3, 4, … 5, 6, … etc.
1, 2, 3, 4,5, … 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, … etc.
The tens digit goes up by 1. The tens digit goes down by 1.
The hundreds digit goes up by 1. The hundreds digit goes down by 1.
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What is skip counting?ANSWERSkip counting is a way of counting where you skip some numbers. For example, to skip count by 5, add 5 each time: 5, 10, 15, 20, …
I say every second number. Each number is 2 more than the last number.
When I skip count on a number chart, all of the numbers are in the center column or the end column. All of the numbers end in 5 or 0.
When I skip count on a number chart, all of the numbers are in the end column. All of the numbers end in 0. Each number is 10 more than the number before it. The tens digit goes up by 1 when I count until I get to a new hundred.
All of the numbers end in 00. The hundreds digit goes up by 1 when I count. Each number is 100 more than the number before it.
- Vocabulary
- Number line DEFINE
A line that has arrows on both sides and shows numbers in order. A number line never ends.
- Skip counting DEFINE
A more efficient way of counting where you skip some numbers each time you count. For example, if you skip count by 2s, you add 2 each time you count, so each time you skip one number on the number line.
- Skip counting by 2s DEFINE
To count 2 at a time. Each number said is 2 greater than the number before it.
- Skip counting by 5s DEFINE
To count 5 at a time. Each number said is 5 greater than the number before it.
- Skip counting by 10s DEFINE
To count 10 at a time. Each number said is 10 greater than the number before it.
- Skip counting by 100s DEFINE
To count 100 at a time. Each number said is 100 greater than the number before it.
- Number line DEFINE
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