# Skip Counting Bundle

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1. Skip Counting by 2s107 pagesSkip Counting by 2s is a necessary skill in basic number sense. Use these centers and printables to consolidate these skills. Related packs -Skip Counting BundleSkip Counting by 5sSkip Counting by 10sTasks include - • Flip Flops or as we Aussies call them thongs. Student
2. Counting by 5s 99 pages Learning to skip count is all about number patterns. When we know the pattern, we can keep counting and gain a better understanding of how numbers work. Explore and consolidate counting by fives through these activities and learning centres. Related packs - Skip Counting
3. Skip Counting by 10s 107 pages Skip Counting by 10s is a necessary skill in basic number sense. Use these centers and printables to consolidate these skills. Counting by tens supports place value concepts too. We have bundled our Skip Counting Packs into a Skip Counting Bundle The packs within thi
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Skip Counting Bundle
313 pages

This bundle has everything you need to work through counting by 2s, 5s and 10s. There is a mix of centers and printables. Each pack has suggestions for recording learning and tracking assessments.

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Skip Counting by 2s
Skip Counting by 5s
Skip Counting by 10s

Skip Counting by 2s
107 pages
Skip Counting by 2s is a necessary skill in basic number sense. Use these centers and printables to consolidate these skills.
• Flip Flops or as we Aussies call them thongs. Students place cards in a sequence and then place the correct number underneath. There are sets of houses for counting patterns too.
• Fix the puzzles – count by twos to put the picture back together.
• Cut and glue – place the numbers in the correct sequence.
• Sequence the houses and then deliver the correct mail to the correct house number.
• Missing flamingos – find the missing card by counting by 2.
• Houses for odd counting patterns - 4 sets. Sequence the houses and then deliver the correct mail to the correct house number.
• Counting collections by 2s. Use a dry erase pen to circle and count.
• Adding and subtracting cards by 2. Draw cards one at a time, work out the answer and the winner who has the most cards at the end.
• Skip counting ice cream flavours.
• Number scrolls counting by 2s from a given starting point.
• Assessment – student and teacher pages

Counting by 5s
99 pages
Learning to skip count is all about number patterns. When we know the pattern, we can keep counting and gain a better understanding of how numbers work. Explore and consolidate counting by fives through these activities and learning centres.
• Count by 5s - Place the hands in a line and then match the numerals to the sets. There are 4 color sets to just print and go. The black and white set is to use or print on colored paper to create multiple sets of different colors. They can be laminated.
• Fix the puzzle - Copy and laminate the puzzles. Spread one out at a time and then put them back together by counting by 5s.
• Cut and Glue - Cut out the numbers and glue in order from a zero starting point and non-zero starting point.
• What is the missing number? Find the missing number, counting by fives from a zero and a non-zero starting point.
• Counting Patterns - Sequence the hands in the correct number order and get a buddy to check your counting pattern.
• Add and subtract - Adding and subtracting by skip counting forward and backward by 5. Print and laminate the cards, keep the same colored sets together. Make a deck of cards and shuffle them, draw one card at a time, if you get the answer correct you keep the card. The one with the most cards at the end wins the game.
• Print and go - Roll and add and record on number scrolls – start at a given number and then count by 5 - forward or backward. Include is an Assessment checklist and Cross Check Grid.
• Tower Patterns - Use a whiteboard marker and add the missing number for each counting pattern.

Skip Counting by 10s
107 pages
Skip Counting by 10s is a necessary skill in basic number sense. Use these centers and printables to consolidate these skills. Counting by tens supports place value concepts too.
• Students place cards in a sequence and then place the correct number underneath.
• Fix the puzzles – count by tens to put the picture back together.
• Cut and glue – place the numbers in the correct sequence.
• Sequence the bundling sticks and then match the correct number.
• Missing bundling sticks – find the missing card by counting by 10.
• Bundling sticks in 4 sets. Sequence them and then match to the correct number.
• Adding and subtracting cards by 10. Draw cards one at a time, work out the answer and the winner who has the most cards at the end.
• Skip counting ice cream flavours.
• Number scrolls counting by 10s from a given starting point.
• Assessment – student and teacher pages

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