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Early Multiplication: Count by 2s

Count by twos (2 x 1 through 2 x 10) and then write how many objects are in two groups, for example, "How many legs are on both bugs?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 3s

Count by threes (3 x 1 through 3 x 10) and then write how many objects are in three groups, for example, "How many legs are on all the dogs?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 4s

Count by fours (4 x 1 through 4 x 10) and then write how many objects are in four groups, for example, "How many points are on all the stars?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 5s

Count by fives (5 x 1 through 5 x 10) and then write how many objects are in five groups, for example, "How many sides are on all the triangles?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 6s

Count by sixes (6 x 1 through 6 x 10) and then write how many objects are in six groups, for example, "How many chips are in all the cookies?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 7s

Count by sevens (7 x 1 through 7 x 10) and then write how many objects are in seven groups, for example, "How many fingers are in all the gloves?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 8s

Count by eights (8 x 1 through 8 x 10) and then write how many objects are in eight groups, for example, "How many bananas are in all the bunches?" Or go to the answers.
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Early Multiplication: Count by 9s

Count by nines (9 x 1 through 9 x 10) and then write how many objects are in nine groups, for example, "How many sides are on all the squares?" Or go to the answers.

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