Skip Counting Worksheets for Kindergarten (Counting Beads)

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Free practice skip counting worksheets for kindergarten. Fun skip counting activity that allows the kids to count and color too. #skipcounting #kindergartenmath #mathworksheets #commoncore

If your child is learning skip counting, then you’ll find these activities very helpful. My latest addition in the worksheets section are these skip counting worksheets for kindergarten. Plus one extra page for counting in preschool.

Also see: Counting to 100: Number Square Worksheets for Kindergarten and First Grade

Skip counting worksheets

Skip counting is important for developing number sense. It also prepares children for learning multiplication and division in the future. It is no wonder then it is a part of the kindergarten curriculum.

This bundle consists of nine worksheets in total. They are divided into different sections. Skip counting by 2s, 5s and tens. The very first skip counting worksheets is a simple number order counting to ten which even preschool children can do.

In my design, I went with a simple bead necklace that children can color afterward. Coloring after doing some math can be very relaxing!

To download all of the skip counting worksheets, simply click on the download link at the very end. Then print your skip count pdf.

Enjoy!

Please, keep in mind that these printables are for personal and classroom use only. Any redistribution or altering is not allowed. Thank you!

Free skip counting worksheets for kindergarten. Fun skip counting activity that allows the kids to count and color too. Also visit: Busy bees inspired mazes: Ready-to-go number order activities for kindergarten

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3 thoughts on “Skip Counting Worksheets for Kindergarten (Counting Beads)”

    • Rachel! Just download the whole pack at the bottom of the page and you’ll find counting by 2’s on p. 2 and 3.

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