Skip counting is a skill that kids learn early and works into so many different types of math. I’ve used may activities to work on skip counting and one we have not done tons with is skip counting number lines. I wanted to have some fun with them.
So I made some help chart to help your kids see the numbers on a number plus bookmarks for each number. Two easy way to work on these numbers.
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I wanted to have some fun with these printables. I know at times we just need help with skip counting or multiplication or any other fun skill. I like have help charts for kids to use. So we have these new ones!
This set has two number sets: 1 to 12 and 1 to 15. I always get requests for more 1 to 15 for those that need it. A lot of the post will feature the 1 to 12 because it is what we use but there is the 1 to 15 option.
There is a help desk chart. This works great in math binders and you can pull out for when you need it.
It comes in color and black and white. The color one is to make it look fancy for them to look at. The black and white is great for printing on color cardstock in different colors.
The skip counting number line bookmarks work hand in hand with the desk helps. They are just a cut out to have a single set of skip counting on a line. I have them printed on color cardstock and laminated. I also store them on a 1 inch ring.
How to use the Skip Counting Help Desk
The desk help is great to have as an all in one resource. You will have to trim the 2 to 15 version to put them all together. I did not want to make it any smaller. I liked to be able to read the numbers. When I put them all on a single page it made it hard to see the numbers. You can see how you can use the colored paper.
Now the number line bookmarks are great because a lot of kids learn number lines and seeing the numbers on the lines help them skip count. You can have them point to the numbers on the line and say them as they go up the line.
Another fun activity is to use clothespins to cover some of the numbers and then do the skip counting and see if they remember the numbers. They can mix up the numbers and do it.
You can also have them match up mini multiplication cards to the numbers. (PS the mini multiplication cards are new!)
What you will find in the Free Skip Counting Help Desk
- Single page with skip counting 1 to 12 or 1 to 15 color and black and white
- Skip Counting Number Line Bookmarks
- 13 pages of printables
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