Grab this FREEBIE and practice skip counting by 2s, 5s and 10s. The activity cards and practice pages have been updated to 120 to reflect CCSS. The activity is not themed so it will be perfect for all year!
If you like what you see, please leave feedback! It makes my day :)
Such a great resource for my first graders. Thank you!
May 10, 2013
Love the design! Small suggestion - on the pages towards the end where kids can fill in the numbers (pages 27-29), unsure how the 'green' column will print on a black & White printer.. so consider not shading it in - so it be 'empty' space for writing in.
I love these! I was wondering if I could get all of the skip counting by 2's, 5's and 10's to 100? I was also wondering if I could get the same shape and colour for each with the 2's, 5's and 10's as a title page? I want to laminate them and put them on a ring, but I won't be able to use the circle title page. I hope you can help me out. They are fantastic.
At this time I will not be altering this freebie. As for counting by 2's to 120, it is my belief if they understand the concept on a small scale, they will be able to apply it to any number starting at any other number less than 120. Thank you for visiting my store.
November 25, 2012
The card that says skip counting by 2's has the numbers 1,3,5,7, etc. Just checking!
I think you are referring to page 18. On that page, the numbers for skip counting by 2's are left blank so that they can be filled in. Students would write in 2,3,4,6,8...The numbers 1,3,5,7 are there as a frame of reference for the missing number. Thanks for your download and interest in my store :)
I have these posted under my numberline. It shows a great visual that skip counting "skips" over some numbers and skip counting by 10s is the biggest "short cut" to counting to 100. I had a walk through evaluation today, and my Assistant Principal commented on how much she loved the skip counting number line! Question: Is the skip counting by 2's supposed to stop at 52? I'm trying to figure out how to make cards to take it to 100. Thanks so much.
Thank you so much for your kind words! I am thrilled your AP commented on this:)
Skip counting could continue for as high as you would like. Generally I stop at 50 but extend to 52 to show the sequence could continue. I feel if you can do it to that number, you understand the pattern and purpose of skip counting. I don't believe CC specifically states this for 2's. Skip counting by 10's is specific in that you should be able to do it to 100.
You're welcome! You can use these to show that the 100's board has patterns in it that repeat. This makes it easier to find your way around a 100's board. The blank chart can be used for pre /post assessment of a 100's board. It really will help you see where the breakdown in a student's number sense is.
These are adorable Randi!! I was wondering if you could add counting by 3's and 25's? I am thinking of using these as classroom decor. I think it would be helpful for my firsties to have them posted on the wall. Thanks
Do you have a theme that you need these to match? I am working on themed kits right now and I could work these into one of those. If not, I can make these for you but it may take a few weeks. Either way, let me know! You can always e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 8, 2012
Do you have directions on how to use the skip counting activity?