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# Skip Counting Puzzles | Skip Counting by 2 3 4 5 and 10

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1. Help your students master skip counting and lay the foundation for multiplication. These fun and engaging LOW PREP Skip Counting Puzzles will provide your students with hands-on skip counting practice. These skip counting puzzles will help your students skip count by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 1
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Your students will love practicing skip counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 with these Skip Counting Puzzles. These hands-on puzzles will give your students practice skip counting in a fun way. These skip counting puzzles take your students’ application of skip counting to the next level with puzzles starting at various numbers. This important skill will lay the foundation for multiplication and division.

Students can use these skip counting puzzles to master their skip counting and develop fluency in calculation. These skip counting puzzles will help students move beyond place value barriers, skip count from different starting points, skip count forward and backward.

These hands-on skip counting puzzles are perfect for math centers, morning work, independent activities, early finishers, small group instruction, and intervention.

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Skip Counting Puzzles for 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 includes:

• 50 skip counting puzzles

The puzzle sequences counting forward include:

2 – 20; 2 – 24; 30 – 52; 15 – 33; and 91 – 113

3 – 30; 3 – 36; 90 – 123; 21 – 54; and 97 – 130

4 – 40; 4 – 48; 52 – 96; 33 – 77; and 96 – 140

5 – 50; 5 – 60; 70 – 125; 17 – 72; and 185 – 240

10 – 100; 10 – 120; 40 – 150; 13 – 103; and 27 – 137

The puzzle sequences counting backward include:

20 – 2; 24 – 2; 150 – 128; 103 – 85; and 190 – 68

30 – 3; 36 – 3; 120 – 87; 99 – 66; and 220 – 187

40 – 4; 48 – 4; 184 – 140; 272 – 228; and 99 – 55

50 – 5; 60 – 5; 130 – 75; 89 – 34; and 325 – 270

100 – 10; 120 – 10; 170 – 60; 109 – 19; and 144 – 34

Help students overcome these common difficulties:

• Moving beyond place value barriers (i.e.  getting past 100 when counting by 10’s)
• Starting to count at any number that’s not a multiple. For instance, once students can count in 10’s starting at 10 or 20 or 50. Can they count by 10’s starting at 12 or 33?
• Being able to skip count both forwards and backward at any number

See what teachers are saying about these Skip Counting Puzzles:

• “These are great for independent centers. My students love these.”
• “Nice addition to my math centers for students to work on their skip counting skills.”
• “Great resource.  I like the variation and range of skip counting. Very useful.”
• “ALWAYS looking for fun and meaningful skip counting activities - these are perfect!”

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Melinda Crean

Top Notch Teaching

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Lifelong tool
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