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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!

  3. THANKYOU THANKYOU THANKYOU!!!!!

  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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