Skip Counting Activities

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Skip Counting Activities


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Go beyond typical hundreds chart chanting with hands-on learning, games, and more in this Rainy Day Fun skip counting activities set.  This printable pack includes strategies and tools for teaching skip counting that are easy for you to implement and fun for your children to do! 

Make learning exciting as your children skip their way through a board game, engage in one of the number cards activities, color a hundreds chart, jump around on a sidewalk chalk course, or model number sense with blocks.  Playing is learning with this cute pack!

What’s Included Inside the Skip Counting Activities Set:

  • Raindrop Hop Game (with 2 game boards and 24 cards)
  • Number Cards 1-100 (including 5 skip counting activities to do with them)
  • Happy Hundreds Chart (and 3 skip counting activities you can use it for)
  • 2 No-Prep Skip Counting Worksheets (in color and b/w)
  • Teaching Guide: 10 Fun Ways to Teach Skip Counting

The Rainy Day Fun Skip Counting Activities set caters well to kids with a variety of learning styles.  The games included in this pack keep your student engaged by presenting the concept in several ways, keeping it fresh and exciting as they practice and review.

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She has spent the last 13 years as a stay-at-home mom, dedicating her time and talents to homeschooling her six children.  Amanda co-founded an educational collaborative in her home city, which she also helps lead.

In addition to being an indie-author, she also creates and sells homeschool resources online.  Amanda loves challenging herself to see things from new perspectives and dreaming up new ways to approach learning.  She is passionate about helping others find freedom and joy in their educational experience, and everything she creates works towards that goal.