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Skip Counting Songs

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Help your students learn their multiples for 2-12 by rocking out to updated pop hits! An easy and engaging way to master multiplication facts! They won't be able to get these songs out of their head!

Included in this resource are...

-11 tutorial vids that you can play directly for your class to sing along with

-11 lyric slides to display or print out to post around your classroom

-Singing tips to help you know when to start singing

-Links to the karaoke versions needed to sing along on your own

Each number 2-12 has a quick sing along to current well known songs for multiples 1-10 (Check out the example song for 2s - to the tune of ME! by Taylor Swift). Your students will master their facts like a rockstar and will be so excited to sing more!!!

***Be sure to check out my freebie 2s song listed in my store to see if this is something you'd like to use in your class :)

-2s (to the tune of Me! by Taylor Swift)

-3s (to the tune of Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus)

-4s (to the tune of Hey, Look Ma I Made It by Panic at the Disco)

-5s (to the tune of The Greatest Show from The Greatest Showman)

-6s (to the tune of High Hopes by Panic at the Disco)

-7s (to the tune of The Middle by Zedd and Maren Morris)

-8s (to the tune of The Git Up by Blanco Brown)

-9s (to the tune of Don't Give Up on Me by Andy Grammer)

-10s (to the tune of Happier by Marshmello and Bastille)

-11s (to the tune of Sunflower by Post Malone)

-12s (to the tune of If I Can't Have You by Shawn Mendes)

*Original song lyrics and karaoke linked videos are not my own.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Multiply one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 10–90 (e.g., 9 × 80, 5 × 60) using strategies based on place value and properties of operations.

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