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Counting in Multiples of 1000

In this worksheet, children must count in multiples of 1000 forwards and backwards to find the missing number.

'Counting in Multiples of 1000' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:  Factors and Multiples

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Starting at 0 we can count up in 1000s like this:

0    1000    2000    3000    4000    5000    6000    7000    8000    9000    10000    11000    12000 ...

 

We add 1000 to the previous number to get the next.

These are the multiples of 1000.

 

Notice that they all end in 000.

 

Example

When we count up in 1000s, what comes after 4000?

 

Answer

Start with a multiple of 1000 that you know.

1000    2000    3000    4000    5000

 

Example

When we count up in 1000s, what comes before 10000?

 

Answer

List the multiples of 1000 near 10000.

8000    9000    10000    11000    12000

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

0    1000    2000        4000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

1000        3000    4000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

2000    3000        5000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

3000    4000        6000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    3000    4000    5000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

3000    4000    5000    

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

4000    5000    6000    

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    9000    10000    11000

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

8000    9000    10000    

 

What is the missing number?

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    10000    11000    12000

 

What is the missing number?

  • Question 1

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

0    1000    2000        4000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
3000
EDDIE SAYS
0... 1000... 2000... 3000... 4000
  • Question 2

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

1000        3000    4000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
2000
EDDIE SAYS
1000... 2000... 3000... 4000
  • Question 3

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

2000    3000        5000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
4000
EDDIE SAYS
2000... 3000... 4000... 5000
  • Question 4

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

3000    4000        6000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
5000
EDDIE SAYS
3000... 4000... 5000... 6000
  • Question 5

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    3000    4000    5000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
2000
EDDIE SAYS
2000... 3000... 4000... 5000
  • Question 6

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

3000    4000    5000    

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
6000
EDDIE SAYS
3000... 4000... 5000... 6000
  • Question 7

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

4000    5000    6000    

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
7000
EDDIE SAYS
4000... 5000... 6000... 7000
  • Question 8

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    9000    10000    11000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
8000
EDDIE SAYS
8000... 9000... 10000... 11000
  • Question 9

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

8000    9000    10000    

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
11000
EDDIE SAYS
8000... 9000... 10000... 11000
  • Question 10

Look at these numbers which go up in 1000s.

  

    10000    11000    12000

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
9000
EDDIE SAYS
9000... 10000... 11000... 12000
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