These 43 number pattern puzzles are differentiated for a wide range of skip counting skill levels. From the beginning skill of recognizing numbers and counting by 1s, to counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s to 100, all the way through counting by 10s and 100s with three digit numbers; there are puzzles for multiple ability levels. Puzzles that will grow with your students.
Each section header can be used to label baggies that house the puzzles for help with organization, and so that students know the type of counting they are to practice.
The first puzzle piece of each puzzle has a star so that students know which number to start with, and don’t try to just put the puzzles together by matching the pictures, but rather focus on the numbers.
I hope you and your students find these useful as a station or small group activity to practice number patterns/skip counting!
43 puzzles that address the following number patterns:
-counting by 1s to 100
-counting by 2s to 100
-counting by 5s to 100
-counting by 10s to 100
-counting by 10s with two digit numbers (24, 34, 44, 54, etc.)
-counting by 10s with three digit numbers (258, 268, 278, etc.)
-counting by 100s with three digit numbers (147, 247, 347, etc.)