Tap & Tally™ Lessons 41-48
Remarks: Although the multiplication facts end with the 9s, the 10s are included in Mad Minute Primer because of their importance for elementary school students, along with the 5s and counting on, in learning time, money, and measurement (Frank 1989).
• The time is 5-10-15-20-25, 26-27-28 minutes past the hour.
• 3 dimes, 4 nickels, and 2 pennies equal 10-20-30, 35-40-45-50, 51-52 cents.
• A strip of fabric is 10-20-30, 31-32-33-34 centimeters long.
Skip counting is also helpful in learning equivalent fractions. Note the skip counting patterns in the numerators and denominators of the equivalents of 2/3 and 4/5.
Mad Minute Primer