Learning to skip-count is fun and helps with all aspects of basic arithmetic – adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Today’s freebies are 2 skip-counting charts.
The skip count by 2s chart is a simple chart which can be used to skip-count in even numbers (red numbers) and odd numbers (black numbers) to 100. You can view the PDF here or you can download and print it.
The skip counting chart does double duty. Not only can it help practice counting to 100 by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, and 25s, and also help the learner also instantly see the relationships between each of the skip counting levels; it is also a great tool to help in learning to count money. In the spaces under each number, an appropriate coin can be placed as a child counts money. To use the chart, download and print the PDF, then cut out each section of the chart, and tape the sections together side-by-side to create a long chart in which all the different skip-counting groups can be seen in relationship to each other.