**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*