# No-Prep Number Skip Counting Worksheet

When you start learning number soon you start working on skip counting. This can be started as soon as Kindergarten or First Grade. I found that my girls have started to pick it up at different ages.

Over the years I have used several different skip counting printables but I wanted to add something different to use this summer. I wanted to have different things I could use with my girls.

We did several 100 board activities over the summer where we did the skip counting. I thought it would be great to have this on a printable.

There are two options for this skip counting printable: One has the skip counting numbers fill in on the 100 chart for the first 12 numbers and the second one leaves the 100 charts blank so that they can color in the numbers.

Here you can see how to use the Skip Counting with the Color in the numbers. As they say each number up top have them fill in the numbers in the 100 chart. This works well to put in sheet protectors and have them use dry erase markers to do. You can use them over and over that way.

The other way is to just have them say the numbers as they count along and you can do that with the big numbers on top or on the 100 chart. This is a fun way to introduce them to skip counting and a 100 chart.

What you will find in these printables:

• Numbers 2 to 10
• Skip Counting with 100 Chart Filled In
• Skip Counting with 100 Chart Blank

Here are some things we plan on using with these printables:

Here are some other Number and Math Printables:

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Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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### 18 Responses to No-Prep Number Skip Counting Worksheet

1. This looks like a great way to help little ones learn to count by different numbers. There are lots of ways you can use these great tools. Wonderful job.

• Cassie says:

I like having flexible things!

2. I love that you make skip counting visual!

• Cassie says:

I love having visual things the girls can use. Hands on is always fun!

3. Faith says:

Thank you so much for these! I have ‘find skip counting sheets or book’ on my list to do for my little one. These look great!!

• Cassie says:

4. Numbers are not my cup of tea but I will definitely show my daughter ! You have done a great job and found a fun way for kids to learn !!

5. These are awesome, thank you! Pinned!

6. These are perfect for my 6 year old! You make so many great printables 🙂

7. These are really wonderful. I love the layout you selected. I have pinned this post to the BHG board on Pinterest!

8. amber says:

Great printables. I am almost 100% certain I have used some of yours before in our homeschool. Which is super cool having found your blog again 🙂

9. I am definitely going to use these with my kids! Love your printables.

10. Stephanie says:

This is a great way to do skip counting for the visual and kinesthetic learner like my 8 yr old. However, the minute I tell my 6 yr old to say her even number, odd numbers, 5’s, or 10s…she off to the races!!! LOL she can’t sit down, she has to jump up and down to say them or twirl… anyway thanks for sharing, this looks awesome!

11. Renae says:

Thank you for linking up to the Kids Learning Printables Linky Party! I love these and definitely plan to use them. You’re being featured this week. Hope to see you link up again soon!

12. stephanie says:

Love this! Featuring it on the After School Linky! Pinning and Printing!

13. Ashley says:

Very clever way to help kids see what they are counting!

14. Ruth says:

Fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing these.

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