This is a fun, kinesthetic, color-coded way for kids to practice number recognition and skip counting. Little ones can use this for number recognition, while older kids can use this to practice skip counting.
Numbers are color-coded twice to add a visual element for learners. For example, all the numbers with a 2 in the ones place are coded orange. Plus, all the numbers in the twenties are also coded orange with an orange colored swag along the top border of the twenties section of the board.
Also, you will notice some scaffolding at the beginning of the board: the 2, 4, 6, and 8 are starred. Plus there is a child clip art at each 10. After you laminate the board, further scaffolding and/or differentiation can be added as your students need it by adding temporary marks with expo markers.
Included is the skip count stitch board template, plus task cards, a cover label for your center folder or box, and an envelope cover/template for the strings!
I hope this is a helpful resource for you!
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