FREE Skip Counting Cards and Resources!


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Skip counting is one of the first math skills that gets your child ready to understand beginning multiplication.

And we are about to start the skip counting process with my 2nd grader.

I believe the hundred chart is a useful tool that helps children to actually visualize the skipping process. I created these skip counting charts for the numbers 2-10.  I am going to introduce with numbers 2, 5, 10 first and then he will eventually master the rest of the numbers.

How these charts works with us

  • We will only work with (1) chart at a time
  • He colors the multiples of the number with highlighters – example (2,4,6,8…)
  • We laminate the chart
  • We go over the chart several times per day

There are also numerous fun ways children can practice skip counting, such as, FREE online games and activities.

Also, I usually print several worksheets to help master skip counting.

 Skip Counting Worksheets

And why not add some tunes to the lessons, too.

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How do you teach skip counting to your children?


  1. Melanie S says:

    We really needed something like this now with my 4th grader who is struggling to memorize his tables. Thanks so much!

  2. tiffany feger says:

    thank you! i am going to do this tomorrow with my boys!

  3. Priscilla says:

    take empty egg cartons…count by 2s with a dozen or count by 3s when you have dozen & 1/2 carton. I close the carton and on the bottom side, I or my children write #s IF they need to see the #s

  4. Thank you so much…..this will save me lots of time and effort with my 3rd grade daughter. Great worksheets indeed.

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