Skip Counting Charts from 2 through 15 Printable

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Skip Counting Charts from 2 through 15

This year our skip counting charts will be making a reappearance during our homeschool time. We’re moving into more multiplication facts and a certain 3rd grader can use help to make sure he has his facts down well.

Why skip counting? Essentially, skip counting helps our kids learn the concept of multiplication and gives them a great foundation for grasping math facts. Once they have mastered skip counting by 3’s, it is easier to grasp the concept of 3 x 4.

Skip Counting

The skip counting charts cover the numbers from 2 up to 15. The number pages up to 12 each have a little ‘rhyme’ at the top, show how skip counting with that number works, and then skip counts up to whatever 12x that particular number would be.

The numbers 13, 14, and 15 do not have a rhyme, but each number skip counts to a number that is the same as the number being counted: for example 13 x 13, 14 x 14, and 15 x 15.

Hope these are a help to you!

Download the Skip Counting Charts HERE.

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  • I had this on my to do list to find these on your site sometime soon. Sammy certainly needs to practice these!!Thanks for helping me knock something off my to do list and for making this awesome printable!

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  • These are great! I rarely see resources for skip counting larger numbers, I love that these go all the way to 15! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Elexis

    Thank you! I was looking everywhere for something like this for my 5 year old. This is awesome!

  • Bridget

    It seems that the file is corrupt. When I save the pdf there is another image on top of it and it will not print correctly.

  • You may want to try opening it in a different browser. I just tried downloading it and saving/opening and it is working fine on my end. Be sure to check out this post for additional helps: http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/2013/08/pdf-downloading-and-printing-problems/

  • Hailey

    Thank you! This is exactly what I was looking for. Appreciate the illustrations and creative rhyme.

  • You are welcome! Enjoy!