Skip counting practice has never been so bright!
This enticing, colorful, and engaging resource is perfect for practicing skip counting to help students working with coins and multiplication facts!
These skip counting strips were created with the intention for reuse. My suggestion is to laminate these skip counting strips and then cut them out along the dotted lines. There are four strips on each sheet of paper. Then, students may fill in the blanks of these strips with a dry erase marker and check their work within a small group, perhaps during center times, or within a group of early finishers.
There are coins in the backgrounds of the skip counting strips for 5s, 10s, 25s, and 50s to help students build a connection between each coin and the patterns that may be found when skip counting change.
Encourage students to look for patterns within the numbers as they skip count to build their skip counting fluency and recognition!
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Isabelle MacDonald from Wild & Free in Grade Three
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Wild & Free in Grade Three