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Counting by ones, twos, threes, fives, and tens - CCSS 2.NBT.A.2


Links verified on 07/15/2021

1. AAAMath Counting.

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Numerous practice exercises on counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, and 100s.  SEE MORE
 
2. Adventure Man and the Counting Quest.

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Put your knowledge of multiples and skip-counting to the test as you make your way through swamps, canyons, and temples in this exhilarating counting quest with Adventure Man. (Choose a number to count by: 1's - 10's.) SEE MORE
 
3. Connect the Dots.

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Count by 5s with this FunBrain game.  SEE MORE
 
4. Count by 10's within 1000.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
5. Count by 100's within 1000.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
6. Count by 10s within 1000 starting on 10s.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
7. Count by 5's within 1000.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
8. Count by 5s within 100 starting on 5s.

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Count by 5s within 100 starting on 5s. SEE MORE
 
9. Count by 5s within 100.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
10. Count by 5s within 1000 starting on 5.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE
 
11. Counting by Steps.

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Row counting by 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, and 5s. Try these for more of a challenge. SEE MORE
 
12. Crossing Math Canyon.

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Try to cross the canyon bridge by selecting the planks that are multiples of 2. Then, all multiples of three, four, five, and so on until you complete multiples of nine. SEE MORE
 
13. Duck Shoot.

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Choose the steps you wish to count in. Look at the target number and the starting number. Count in steps of __ from the starting number and press the correct duck. If you get it correct first time you will score a bullet hole in the sign.Choose the steps you wish to count in. (A tablet-friendly counting game.)  SEE MORE
 
14. Finish the Pattern.

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Practice skip counting and fill in the blanks with the correct answer.  SEE MORE
 
15. Saucer Sorter.

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Choose a start number for counting in 1s. Alternatively, choose to count in steps of 2-12. You can also count in 25s which is great practice for reading scales. Teachers can select using negative numbers too. SEE MORE
 
16. Sequences.

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Count by 2's, 5's, 10's, 100's, or 1000s. You can also customize your own sequence.(Printables available) SEE MORE
 
17. Skip Counting by 2s.

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Count by 2s to fill in the missing number SEE MORE
 
18. Skip Counting by 5s.

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Count by 5s to fill in the missing number.  SEE MORE
 
19. Skip Counting Matching.

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A Quia matching game. Find the matching square as you count by 2s, 5s, or 10s to 100s.  SEE MORE
 
20. Skip Counting.

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Count by 2s, 3s, 4s, and 5s to fill in the missing number. (Scroll down near bottom of page for these activities.) SEE MORE
 
21. Three is a Magic Number.

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Learn multiples of three with this weblesson and practice.  SEE MORE
 

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