Skip Counting by 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s (Basic Math Concepts) by Chris DiPaoloThis book has been designed to help your little one learn skip counting. Skip Counting is a common kindergarten and first grade skill that helps children prepare for multiplication. This book helps your child learn this skill in a few ways:
- Focuses on the four most used skip counting numbers, 2s, 3s, 5s & 10s
- The Learn to Skip Count section includes pictures to teach your child the basics of skip counting
- The Practice Skip Counting section shows your child how to skip count up to 100!
- Text to Speech is enabled for this book allowing your child to practice alone like a big kid
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How to skip count
Jesse L. Wilkins and Catherine Ulrich. - Skip counting is a mathematics technique taught as a kind of multiplication in reform mathematics textbooks such as TERC.
Skip counting is a skill that progresses as the children broaden the range of numbers. Exclusive worksheets are available for skip counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s and 12s. Each webpage contains enormous worksheets to reinforce the knowledge in skip counting. Skip counting charts and mazes are also included. Display charts, partially filled charts and blank charts are available for skip counting. There are more than charts in this page.
Building skip counting skills can take time. Kids need to understand the difference between counting forward and skip counting. I love showing kids how to do this using a variety of manipulatives. These fun Skip Counting by 2s and 3s cards give students the opportunity to skip count, clip the number and then write it. I like getting the kids to clap as they skip count their numbers. We clap two times to count on 2 to find the next number, 4.