# Math Counting Skip Counting Puzzles Kinder First Second Grade Activites

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Do your young elementary students need a fun way to practice counting and/or skip counting? Here are 12 puzzles for you to use as reinforcement or practice with these basic math skills. These puzzles can be used as part of a center, morning work, or seatwork.
I hope your students enjoy these math activities as much as mine do!

For use in a center:

1. 12 Full-color counting/Skip-counting puzzles
--copy (cardstock recommended), laminate, cut. Students place the pieces in
order, whether it’s counting by ones or skip counting (2’s, 3’s, 5’s, 10’s). This is
self-checking—answers are from least to greatest and forms a picture if
completed correctly.

2. 12 Black and white puzzles
--copy (color cardstock recommended), laminate, cut. Students place the pieces in
order, whether it’s counting by ones or skip counting (2’s, 3’s, 5’s, 10’s). This is
self-checking—answers are from least to greatest and forms a picture if
completed correctly.

For use as morning work or seatwork:

1. 12 Black and white puzzles
---Make copies.
Students cut each puzzle apart.
Students place the pieces in order, whether it’s counting by ones or skip counting
(2’s, 3’s, 5’s, 10’s) from least to greatest. Once all pieces have been placed in the
correct order the students glue each piece onto another sheet of paper. It forms a
picture if completed correctly.

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