# Crossing the tens boundary counting forwards

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- Q1Which of these rows from the one hundred square should come last when counting forwards?the seventiesthe fiftiesthe sixties30s
- Q2Sam is counting the rows on the one hundred square backwards. They count the forties, the thirties. Which row will they say next?the twentiesthe fifties30s
- Q3Sort these numbers in the order you would say them when counting forwards along the row of the one hundred square.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q4Sort these numbers in the order you would say when counting backwards along the row of the one hundred square.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q5Sam is counting along the sixties row. Which number will they say next?1 ten 64 tens 66 tens 430s
- Q6Numbers can be said in different ways. Match the numbers to the correct way to say it.Users link answersLinking30s