Mixed Skip Counting
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 2 Base Ten - 2.NBT.A.2
Simple Ways to Practice Your Counting - Counting is the starting point of learning math. It is the basic skill that children must master before they move on to other fundamental concepts. Counting is important because it enables children to learn the meaning behind the numbers. As adults, we automatically understand what six units of something mean, but children need a lot of practice to grasp this basic numeral concept. Below, we have stated some tips which will help your children in easily understanding this basic concept. - Use manipulatives such as candies, erasers, pennies, etc. to teach counting. Start with a small group and ask children to count them. For instance, you can line up a few pennies or eraser and ask your children from that point till the end - Rhymes or songs are hands down the most fun way of teaching math. There are several songs and rhymes that can be recited daily for practicing counting. Songs like Alphabet song and Row, Row, Row your boat can help your children in learning to count. - A hundred chart is a great tool to help your children learn to count. Get one of the hundred chart and use it when you are introducing the concept of counting. These worksheets and lessons focus on mastering the art of counting by set skipped numbers.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- 2s Step-by-Step Lesson- This one starts off easy enough. Just with a basic two pattern.
- Mixed Skip Counting Lesson and Practice - Our lesson is on 5s. We then practice with skip counts of 4s and 10s.
- More Mixed Skip Counting
Practice - WLots of mixed counts for you to practice with.
- Sequence - What's before,
between, and after? Five Pack - This is great for just a warm
up. I like to make these mad 20 second timed practice sheets.
- Counting by Numbers
Worksheet Pack - Counts by all kinds of random numbers. We give
you a starting number, you give us the next number.
- Skip Counting By 2s, 4s,
5s, and 10s Practice Worksheet - We go through all the missing
parts of the sequence.
- Mixed Skip Counting
With An Odd Range Practice - Find the numbers of a counting
sequence that don't just seem to fit in anywhere.
- Counting Sets of Numbers 2 to 5 Five Pack - You pick which set matches the directions.
These sheets followed in a progression will get students where they need to be with this skill.
- Homework 1 - Write the number that is 4 more than the number shown.
- Homework 2 - 7 more is the same thing as saying add 7. 9 + 7 = 16.
- Homework 3 - Jumping around by 2s and 7s.
These progress up to the block method that is the standard.