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In this lesson, we will learn:

- What is skip counting?
- How can you understand the pattern of skip counting?
- How do you skip count by powers of 10?

- With normal counting, we
**count forwards**(count up) by 1 each time - Ex. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, …
**Skip counting**is when you count by__more than one__each time!- Ex. counting up by 2s: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, …
- You can use a
**pattern sentence**to describe skip counting. - It tells what number you start on, and how much you count up each time.
- Ex. for 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, … we “start at zero and add 2 each time”.
- Ex. if you “start at 12 and add 3 each time”, it would be: 12, 15, 18, 21, …
- You can find the “
**skip counter**” (how much you are counting up by each time) by: - Looking at any two
**consecutive numbers**in the list (one after the other) - If you subtract them, then you will find the skip counter:
- Ex. 12, 18, 24, 30, … the skip counter is 6 because
- (18 – 12 = 6) and (24 – 18 = 6) and also, (30 – 24 = 6)
- Skip counting by
**powers of 10**(i.e. 10, 100, 1000) is simple! - You only need to change the power of 10’s place value; increase by 1 each time.
- Ex. starting at 682 and add
__10__each time: 6__8__2, 6__9__2, 7__0__2, 7__1__2, 7__2__2, …

- IntroductionIntroduction to Skip Counting:a)How to count by more than 1 each time for skip counting?b)Finding the skip counter using subtraction and writing pattern sentencesc)How does the multiplication table relate to skip counting?d)Skip counting by powers of 10
- 1.
**Skip counting patterns to find the next numbers**

Find out the pattern of what is being added each time (the skip counter). Then, write the next 3 numbers.a)32, 34, 36, __, __, __b)185, 188, 191, __, __, __c)5607, 5611, 5615, __, __, __d)-11, -5, 1, __, __, __e)-21, -14, -7, __, __, __f)-8500, -8495, -8490, __, __, __ - 2.
**Using skip counting to fill in the blanks**

Figure out the skip counter (what is being added each time). Then, fill in the blanks.a)___, 456, 462, ___, ___, 480b)4096, ____, 4106, 4111, ____, ____c)61 335, ______, ______, ______, 61 363, 61 370d)15, -7, __, __, 17, __e)____, -691, -682, ____, ____, -655 - 3.
**Skip counting by powers of 10**

Observe what the skip counter is; counting by 10s, 100s, or 1000s. Then, write the next 3 numbers.a)89, 99, 109, ___, ___, ___b)1654, 1754, 1854, ___, ___, ___c)35 708, 36 708, 37 708, ___, ___, ___d)-9299, -9199, -9099, ___, ___, ___ - 4.
**Skip counting word problem - 1**

Lily has 36 gummy bears. She gets 4 from her big sister every day for 5 days. How many gummy bears does she have in total after 5 days? Solve using skip counting (and assuming that she doesn't eat any of them). - 5.
**Skip counting word problem - 2**

In the classroom, there is a pile of 44 mittens. 5 more students come in from playing in the snow and take off their mittens. Use skip counting to find the total number of mittens. - 6.
**Skip counting word problem - 3**

There are five spiders and three ants. Each spider has 8 legs and each ant has 6 legs. If 6 more spiders show up, use skip counting to find the total number of legs that all the bugs have.