The Singing Walrus presents Counting by Tens, a fun and interactive numbers song that helps young children learn how to count from 10-100 by ten. The song is perfect for both English speaking children and young learners of ESL/EFL. The lyrics are sim...ple and repetitive, and the music is catchy and energetic. (02:42)
Here are the lyrics:
10, 20, 30, 40
50, 60, 70, 80,
90, 100
That's how you count by tens!
(children repeat)
Can you count from 10 to 100?
Yes, I can! Yes, I can!
How do you count from 10 to 100?
Count in tens! Count in tens!
Can you show me how?
Yes, count with me! Count with me!
Everybody sing!
(repeat chorus)[more]

This Sesame Street hip hop video teaches students how to count to 40 by 10. Students will enjoy the catchy tune while learning this important skill. This is a great resource to reinforce counting by 10 in the elementary classroom. (01:15)

This video uses white flash cards on a black screen to help students learn their times tables. Facts 1-10 are illustrated. No narration, only a short amount of music at the beginning and end of the video. (02:34)

Visualize and memorize the 10 times facts with ten frame models and skip counting. See the algebra and logic to help recall. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review skip counting and multiplying by 10 in the elementary classroom. (01:31)

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