Skip Counting by 7's

The concept on skip counting by 7’s or sevens is an essential skill to learn when making the jump from counting to basic addition.

The sequence chart will help us to write the number to complete the series which involves skip counting by sevens up to 14 times.

Skip counting by 7’s up to 14 times –

 7, 1time 14, 2time 21, 3time 28, 4time 35, 5time 42, 6time 49, 7time 56, 8time 63, 9time 70, 10time 77, 11time 84, 12time 91, 13time 98, 14time

I. Now look at the chart above where every seventh number is in dark yellow color and fill in the blanks below:

 (i) 7 × 10 = _____ (iv) 7 × 7 = _____ (vii) 7 × 13 = _____ (x) 7 × 1 = _____ (xiii) 7 × 8 = _____ (ii) 7 × 5 = _____ (v) 7 × 11 = _____ (viii) 7 × 12 = _____ (xi) 7 × 14 = _____ (xiv) 7 × 2 = _____ (iii) 7 × 9 = _____ (vi) 7 × 13 = _____ (ix) 7 × 4 = _____ (xii) 7 × 3 = _____ (xv) 7 × 6 = _____

II. Complete the skip counting series by 7s:

(i) 21, 28, 35, ____, ____, ____,

(ii) 63, 70, ____, ____, 91, ____.

(iii) 28, ____, ____, ____, 56, ____.

(iv) ____, ____, 49, ____, ____, 70.

(v) ____, ____, ____, 77, 84, ____, 98.

(vi) 21, 28, ____, ____, 49, ____.

(vii) 7, ____, ____, 28, 35, ____.

(viii) 42, 49, ____, ____, ____, 77.

(ix) ____, ____, 35, ____, ____, ____, 63.

(x) ____, ____, ____, 56, 63, ____, 77.

Answers:

 (i) 70 (iv) 49 (vii) 91 (x) 7 (xiii) 56 (ii) 35 (v) 77 (viii) 84 (xi) 98 (xiv) 14 (iii) 63 (vi) 91 (ix) 28 (xii) 21 (xv) 42

II. (i) 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56,

(ii) 63, 70, 77, 84,  91, 98.

(iii) 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63.

(iv) 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70.

(v) 56, 63, 70, 77, 84, 91, 98.

(vi) 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56.

(vii) 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42.

(viii) 42, 49, 56, 63, 70, 77.

(ix) 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63.

(x) 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70, 77.

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