Worksheet: Counting by Fives, Tens, and Hundreds up to 1000

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

Q1:

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

Q2:

Daniel is skip counting to 1,000.

Which skip count is he using?

  • ASkip counting by 1s
  • BSkip counting by 100s
  • CSkip counting by 10s

Which digit changes each time?

  • AThe tens digit
  • BThe hundreds digit
  • CThe ones digit

What will the next 3 numbers in the sequence be?

  • A207, 208, 209
  • B603, 604, 605
  • C612, 622, 632
  • D702, 802, 902

Q3:

Here are 3 groups of numbers.

What is the pattern that all the groups follow?

  • Askip counting by 100s
  • Bskip counting by 1s
  • Cskip counting by 10s
  • Dskip counting by 5s

Q4:

When counting backward by 5s from 911, which number will come next?

Q5:

What comes before? ,, 725, 624, 523.

  • A925, 825
  • B923, 823
  • C929, 827
  • D927, 826

Q6:

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

Q7:

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

Which number is he using to skip count by?

Q8:

Start at 565 and skip count by 100s. What number will come next?

Q9:

When skip counting backward by 100, we subtract 100 each time.

Fill in the missing three numbers.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q10:

To skip count by 100, add 100 to each number.

Find the missing numbers.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q11:

When skip counting backward by 2s from 739, which number will come next?

Q12:

When skip counting by 2s, we add two to each number to find the next one.

Find the next 4 numbers.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

What pattern do you notice?

  • AWe started counting on from an even number, so all the ones digits are even numbers.
  • BWe started counting on from an even number, so all the tens digits are even numbers.

Q13:

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

Q14:

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

Which number is he skip counting by?

Benjamin continues counting. What number will come next in the sequence?

Q15:

When skip counting by 2s, we add two to each number.

Find the next 4 numbers on the number line.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Who has correctly described the pattern of the numbers?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D