Counting up by multiples, such as 5, 10, 15, 20, is an important maths skill for kids to master.
Turn it into fun with these Missing Numbers exercises. Children count up by a number in order to identify which numbers in the sequence are missing. The children have fun "playing" whilst practising counting in multiples.
You decide what number to count up by, then press MAKE GAME. A window will appear with your Missing Numbers exercise on it for you to print.
You can specify whether blanks are to appear in the sequence and whether the answers are to be printed on the page.
...parenting tip of the moment
Encouraging adult: allows time, focuses on child's thinking, defers judgement, stresses independence, optimistic about outcomes, actively listens, shows real interest, assumes it can be done, shares the risk, challenges child to try out ideas, is available, accepts child's decisions, follows child's interests, speculates along with, deals as an equal, available for help, sees learning in mistakes, uses open-ended questions, encourages play, values creative ideas.
quoted from "Head Start: How to Develop Your Child's Mind" by Robert Fisher, page 21
Small children should be supervised by a caregiver when at a computer,
to ensure no accidents occur that could hurt the child and that no equipment gets broken.