Posted by Peter on 10th March 2009

Year 1 maths worksheet: counting on in tens

count-in-10sHere is a maths worksheet suitable for year 1 children, taken from the great range of maths at urbrainy.com.

When children first learn to count in tens they usually start with whole tens eg 10, 20, 30, 40 etc.

This page takes the concept one step further in that the starting number is not a multiple of 10.

When counting on from 13 children will quickly realise that the units remain the same and that it is the tens digit which is increasing by oneĀ  each time.

Count on in tens (pg 1)

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  1. Thanks , I shall ask my daughter to try.

  2. Anonymous says:

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  3. Evelyn Saenz says:

    So often we stop skip counting when children can recite the number pattern for skip counting by 10’s. By continuing on to counting on my 10’s we can help children quickly add or subtract 10 Thank you so much for providing this worksheet. A link to this blog is now featured in my article on skip counting.

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