# Skip counting

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##### Intros

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##### Examples

###### Lessons

**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.**Using skip counting to fill in the blanks**

Figure out the skip counter (what is being added each time). Then, fill in the blanks.**Skip counting by powers of 10**

Observe what the skip counter is; counting by 10s, 100s, or 1000s. Then, write the next 3 numbers.**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).**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.**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.

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