Multiplication Boy and Divider Girl keep their math superpowers sharp with a competition to count in twos, fives and tens. Looking around the world, they count objects that come in multiples. Spotting patterns in the times tables, they race against each other to win the competition. These math heroes know that counting in multiples helps with multiplying and dividing. But who has got the speediest skills? Let’s find out! Teacher notes: Children might use objects or pictures to count in twos, fives and tens. They could go outside and look for objects that appear in twos, fives or tens, or gather things to create groups of twos, fives and tens (leaves, sticks, pebbles, etc.). They might arrange the objects in groups or arrays and label each group with the multiplication calculation.