In this worksheet, we will practice finding the total number of objects in an equal groups model by using skip counting or repeated addition.

Q1:

A monster has five fingers on each of its four hands.

How many fingers does the monster have altogether? Q2:

Use the model to find the missing number. Q3:

There are 4 monsters.

Each monster has 2 horns.

How many horns are there? Each monster has 5 eyes.

How many eyes are there? Each monster has 10 teeth.

How many teeth are there? Q4:

Jacob has 5 fishbowls. There are 3 fish in each bowl. How many fish does Jacob have? Q5:

There are 5 basketball teams. Each team has 5 players. What is the total number of players? Q6: Q7:

A car has 4 wheels. How many wheels are in 3 cars? Q8:

The following bunch has 3 tulips. How many tulips are there in 10 bunches?

Q9:

Matthew played 2 levels of a computer game and scored 10 points on each level. How many points did he score in total?

Q10:

Mason bought 10 bags of apples. Each bag contained 10 apples. How many apples did he buy?

Q11:

A car has 4 wheels. How many wheels does a group of 2 cars have?

Q12:

There are 5 horses.

Each horse has 2 ears.

How many ears do the 5 horses have altogether? Each horse has 4 legs. How many legs are there altogether?

Hint: Make a model.

Q13:

Fill in the blank: 2 groups of 6 pencils = pencils. Q14:

How many legs are there in total on 2 dogs? Q15:

Look at the picture, and then answer the following questions. Fill in the blanks: There are groups of cubes.

• A3, 4
• B4, 3
• C4, 2
• D2, 4

How many cubes are there in total?