Lesson Worksheet: Counting by Twos, Fives, Tens, and Hundreds up to 1,000 Mathematics • 2nd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice counting forward or backward in multiples of 2, 5, 10, and 100 with numbers up to 1000.

Q1:

When counting by 5s from 305, which number will come next?

Q2:

A class is skip counting on a number line but some of the numbers have been covered in ink.

What skip count do the numbers follow?

  • ACounting in 3s
  • BCounting in 2s
  • CCounting in 10s
  • DCounting in 5s

What are the two missing numbers?

  • A284, 294
  • B279, 284
  • C277, 280
  • D279, 289

Q3:

Jacob is counting up to 1,000. Look at his number line.

Which number is he using to skip count by?

Q4:

When counting by 2s from 108, which number will come next?

Q5:

Count by 10s to find the missing numbers.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q6:

Add 100 to the next number to skip count by 100s.

Continue the sequence.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q7:

Jackson is counting up to 1,000. Look at his number line.

How much is he skip counting by?

Q8:

Natalie was sorting the balls in the sports shed. Hockey balls were in bags of 5s, tennis balls were in bags of 10s, and golf balls were in bags of 100s.

Natalie has written down her skip counting steps. She has made a mistake. Which number did she miss?

Natalie says there are 655 balls altogether. Is she correct?

  • AYes
  • BNo

What is the total number of balls in the sports shed?

Q9:

Add 2 to find the next number when skip counting by 2s.

Find the missing numbers.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q10:

Seif is counting in 2s.

What number will he say next?

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