Counting in twos, threes, fives and tens

Home learning focus

Today's Bitesize Daily lesson is on counting forwards and backwards in twos, threes, fives and tens to 100.

This lesson includes:

  • one slideshow
  • two activities

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Learn

Counting slideshow

Use the slides below to find out about counting and multiples.

Say the numbers you can see in the picture. Do you notice a pattern? When you count in lots of a number that are the same size, these are known as multiples of the number. So we are counting in multiples of 10.

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Practise

Activity 1

Have a go at the worksheet to see how many questions you can get right. Look out for number patterns or 'sequences'.

Count by 2, 5 and 10 worksheet

Activity 2

Counting in 3s

Print out the worksheet below and stick the numbers in the correct order.

If you can't print out the sheet, you can draw your own boxes and write the numbers inside.

Counting in 3s

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