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Skip Counting by 2s and 3s

Building skip counting skills can take time. Kids need to understand the difference between counting forward and skip counting. I love showing kids how to do this using a variety of manipulatives. These fun Skip Counting by 2s and 3s cards give students the opportunity to skip count, clip the number and then write it.

FREE Counting by 2s and Counting by 3s Clip, Write & Wipe cards with a fun fairy tale theme. These are great hands on math to help prek, kindergarten, and first grade practice skip counting in a FUN way. (homeschool, math centers)

These fun write and wipe skip counting cards will be a hit with your students!

They are so easy to prepare and best of all, they can be re-used endlessly!

 

Skip Counting by 2s and 3s

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Students mastering their skip counting skills will benefit from these task cards. The cards include the same set of four numbers but with one number missing. This makes it easier for kids to count on from the designated number (e.g: 2 count on 2 is 4).

I like getting the kids to clap as they skip count their numbers. So instance skip counting by 2’s we add two each time. We clap two times to count on 2 to find the next number, 4. So, 3 clap, 4 clap. This helps kids visualize the numbers and gives them plenty of practice to help them develop their understanding of skip counting.

This activity includes skip counting cards by 2 and 3. Each set of four cards with the same number sequence but with a number missing from the sequence.

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hands on math activity for learning to count by 2s and count by 3s

If kids aren’t ready to do the larger set of numbers, you could choose the cards you wish to use with them .

To prepare

  • Print and use card stock or laminate the pages.
  • Cut the cards out.
  • Store them in a plastic sleeve or file folder.
  • Have dry erase markers and some pegs ready for this activity.

To play

  • Have the kids choose a card then read the sequence of numbers on the top.
  • They clap their hands as they count on to find the number that is missing in the sequence.
  • They clip the number using pegs and write the number using a dry erase marker.

If you are looking for a fun way to practice skip counting, the foundation for multiplication, you will love this HUGE pack of free printable Skip Counting Puzzles to help Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students practicing counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s. You will love that the pdf file includes increasingly difficult puzzles that are self checking to turn this math skill into a hands on math game! This free printable Skip Counting Game is a great way to practice how to skip count by 2s, skip count by 3s, and skip count by 5s while playing a fun game. Use these skip count games as part of a number or math study or for extra work for first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders who are working on counting by 2, counting by 3, and countin g by 5. Simply print skip counting printables and you are ready to play and learn with a free math game.  Skip Counting Math Craft skip counting activity

Skip Counting Activities

Try these fun, skip counting activity ideas to make practicing counting by 2, counting by 3, counting by 5, and counting by 10 fun!

Work on skip counting for kids with this free printble skip counting dot to dot. In these skip counting worksheets children in pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd graders will love working on their fine motor skills while working on this skip counting connect the dots. Simply print the dot-to-dot worksheets and complete the dot to dot printables to make fruit and vegetables. Practice skip counting for kids with these handy, FUN skip counting mazes. These skip counting worksheets are a great way to work on fluency as children learn to count by 2, count by 3, count by 4, count by 5, count by 6, count by 7, count by 8, count by 9, and count by 10. Pick the skip counting maze that works best for your kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grader.  Simply print the skip counting worksheets pdf and get ready to have fun with skip counting practice. polar animals skip counting worksheets These fun, free printable skip counting posters are great if you are working on learning to skip count with your student! These skip counting charts allow kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students to memorize these facts to prepare for multiplication. Each  skip counting poster has a fun theme to keep kids engaged and eager to practice math! This skip counting activity includes counting by 2s - 15s to go along with those homeschooling with Classical Converstations Foundations!  Simply print pdf file with skip counting worksheets and you are ready to memorize skip counting to 15.

Skip Counting Worksheets

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Skip Counting by 2s and 3s

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Yara

Yara is the founder of Sea of Knowledge and an ESL teacher with a passion for making learning fun and engaging. She loves creating fun activities that children and learners can benefit from.

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