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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