After learning to count, children begin to learn to skip count, meaning to count by numbers other than one. You’ll find these Skip Counting FREE Worksheets to be a great practice resource for your math classroom.
Many simple tasks we do every day require skip counting, such as reading an analog clock or counting money. It helps students understand multiplication because numbers are counted in equal groups, such as 5s or 10s.
Skip counting is essential to developing proficiency in calculation and number sense. Counting forward or backward using skip counting are strategies used to solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems.
This eleven-page set provides ample practice in skip counting from two to twelve. Your child can fill in the blank squares and then color in the squares throughout the page as they count.
Get the most out of your ink and paper by laminating your sheets and using a dry erase marker. The best part of this freebie is that it is absolutely NO-PREP.
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