Four beautiful puzzles aimed at skip counting for early elementary kids give a little bit more of a challenge than this set of skip counting puzzles.
The set that I'm sharing today uses numbers that all have the hundreds place value included.
More Skip Counting Practice:
- Mazes: Skip Counting by 2s-10s
- Skip Counting Paths (2s-8s)
- Skip Counting Posters (2s-10s)
- Skip Counting Puzzles (2s-10s)
- Skip Counting Visuals for Kids
Christmas Math – Skip Counting Puzzles
Materials needed for the Free Printable Christmas Skip Counting Puzzles:
- Laminator (optional for durability)
- Scissors or paper cutter
Then cut them out on the lines.
Note: For even more of a challenge they start with different numbers than most kids think of when they start skip counting. This will show you if your kids really have a strong grasp of skip counting.
As you introduce the activity, you can give the child one puzzle at a time.
For an child who needs a challenge, I give them 2-3 puzzles mixed together and have them sort the puzzles as they assemble them.
These puzzles are especially great because it's easy for the kids to see where the missing pieces should go. That way, when they miss a number, they can easily see that "130 goes in between 125 and 135" because the picture doesn't look right.
(I love activities that are self-correcting!)
Plus, who can resist a little "Christmas on the Beach"?!?!? I love that puzzle in particular. Anyway, I'll stop gushing about these cute puzzles and let you download them to use with your kids this Christmas.
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Kim is an 8-year homeschooling veteran of 4 daughters including a special needs preschooler. As a family, they have traveled the world and have been to 44 states, 2 Canadian Provinces and 7 countries including the Republic of Georgia where they lived for 9 years. Kim loves hands-on homeschooling and is always looking for ways to make school more fun! She blogs at Life Over C's and Lime Green Living.