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Skip Counting Charts from 2 to 12

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Skip counting is one thing that we can definitely do a little more of in our house, but as you all know ~ I like to make stuff and make it cute.

I mean, how horrible would it be to just have NUMBERS on a document?

These skip counting charts cover the numbers from 2 up to 12. Each chart starts with a little ‘rhyme’ at the top, show how skip counting with that number works and then skip counts up to whatever 12 x that particular number would be.

These have already been a huge help in our house. We use them every day as a part of our morning routine and even our 3 year old tries to repeat the numbers along with us!

Enjoy them!!

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  1. I love your skip counting cards!!  However, on the number 15 card there are some errors.  I have not looked over the other cards yet.  Is there any way you could correct and re-post them?  Thanks.

  2. I know this is an old post, but thank you for this! My friend did a presentation using your cards for our Classical Conversations training, so I had to find these! I will be sharing this with my CC group this fall!


  4. kasondra shaver says

    It’s still helping people…..thanks for the skip counting cards!!

  5. Kali Carollo says

    Oh! My 5-year-old and I were just talking about skip-counting today and then I ran across your charts. Thank you so much for sharing them!!

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