# Skip Counting Puzzles by 6, 7, 8, 9, 100

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1. Help your students master skip counting with these adorable skip counting puzzles! This bundle brings together 100 READY TO PRINT puzzles that are easy to use so are perfect for a math center or for individual practice.***By purchasing this skip counting puzzles bundle, you are saving 30% off the pr
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Skip counting puzzles are a fun way to practice skip counting and get kids past skip counting barriers. If you’ve done enough number chart practice and collection counting and need another way to help kids practice skip counting, skip counting puzzles are for you.

• 50 colorful skip counting puzzles for multiples of six, seven, eight, nine and one hundred.
• Information on helping your students overcome skip counting barriers
• Instructions for using the skip counting puzzles

You can use skip counting puzzles for

• Independent practice in class
• Small group work
• Part of a math center
• Home practice and consolidation

The puzzles in this pack cover all common places where kids get stuck with skip counting, including

• Moving beyond place value barriers (for example getting past 100 when counting by 10s).
• 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 in 10’s starting at 12 or 33?
• Being able to skip count both forward and backward at any number.

The puzzle sequences counting forward include

6 – 60; 6 – 72; 60 – 126; 31 – 85; and 57 – 123.

7 – 70; 7 – 84; 70 – 147; 25 – 102; and 89 – 166.

8 – 80; 8 – 96; 84 – 172; 47 – 135; and 119 – 207.

9 – 90; 9 – 108; 66 – 165; 23 – 122; and 211 – 310.

100 – 1000; 100 – 1200; 60 – 1160; 17 – 1117; and 99 – 1199.

The puzzle sequences counting backward include

60 – 6; 72 – 6; 160 – 94; 109 – 55; and 193 – 127.

70 – 7; 84 – 7; 180 – 103; 103 – 26; and 227 – 150.

80 – 8; 96 – 8; 198 – 110; 101 – 13; and 313 – 225.

90 – 9; 108 – 9; 176 – 77; 155 – 56; and 291 – 192.

1000 – 100; 1200 – 100; 1600 – 500; 1199 – 99; and 1577 – 477.

Your students put the puzzles together by placing the numbers in order. When the numbers are in the correct order, the puzzles form a variety of fun pictures.

Please see the preview to view a sample of the skip counting puzzles.

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Relate counting to addition and subtraction (e.g., by counting on 2 to add 2).
Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
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