Learning Fun With Skip Counting Apple Trees

These Skip Counting Apple trees are a way to review your skip counting. They make skip counting a hands-on activity that can help kids learn their skip counting numbers.

The skip counting apple trees are easy to use. They are and easy no prep activity. I do show a few other activities you can do with them.

Each of the trees skip counts 12 times. They cover skip counting from 1 to 12. These apple trees come in two different types: color and black & white. The black and white is a way to help out those in a school setting or at home that might not want to use all the color printing. They are very much the same just one does not have color.

The apples on both are clear so you can cover or color them how you want. There are several things we plan on using:

Using the Dot Markers

It is eays to use the Dot Markers with these printables. They will work on either color or black & white.

Using the Red Glass Stones

The red glass stones make great fine motor activity for this. You cover the apples with the stones as you find them. One way you can pick the numbers is to use the multiplication flashcards. You give them the set of cards, that matches up with the skip counting. They cover the answers as they find them.

Using the Skip Counting Tiles

The skip counting tiles are one of the skip counting printables on the site. They are fun to practice with. For this we use them as a simple number matching activity. You can use the skip counting tiles to cover the apples, gems etc to cover the numbers on the tree.

What you will find in these printables:

• Skip counting for numbers 1 to 12
• Color or black and white options

If you are looking for more Apple Math Activities check the Apple Pack: Math Update.

If you want more apple activities and printables check them all out:

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Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

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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6 Responses to Learning Fun With Skip Counting Apple Trees

1. My daughter is going to love this! Thanks for the free printables!

2. Alison says:

What a great activity! Thank you for linking your post to the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! đź™‚

3. Jennifer Barbosa says:

Hi Cassie,

I love these SO SO Much! I found a couple errors on the colored skip count tree pages.
On the 8s page: 95 should be 96
On the 12s page: it should have 72 and 96.

Would you be able to update those pages? I use these a lot with my kiddos!

• Cassie says:

I don’t see the 95 on the 8s. And the file I have on my computer is different from the downloads I think. I uploaded the pdfs again.

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