Skip counting is a skill that can help children become more confident in mathematical problem solving and in daily tasks such as counting money. Counting by tens is a great place to start! In many classrooms, children learn to count by fives while looking at a 100 chart. A 100 chart shows the numbers 1 to 100 in ten rows of ten. You can print a 100 chart, then help your child count 1-2-3-4-5 on the chart, coloring every fifth square until all of the multiples of 5 have been colored. Your child can then practice counting by fives by looking at the chart they have colored. Not only will your child get practice in counting by 5s, he/she is also likely to notice interesting patterns on the 100 chart!