Rainy Day Skip Counting Activity


How to teach Skip Counting

Using this Rainy Day Skip Counting Activity, studentspractice skip counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s by putting number cards in order.

Your students need lots of practice with skip counting. Skip Counting is the foundation of multiplication and division fact fluency. This activity will give your students the opportunity to practice in a fun way!

Use the number-cards to skip-count to 100. The green umbrellas count by twos, the pink umbrellas count by fives, and the blue umbrellas count by tens. After the cards are in the correct order, write the numbers on the worksheet.

Other resources to use with this Rainy Day Skip Counting Activity

If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning skip counting.

Use this Candy Hearts Skip Counting Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Count by Two Song, Count by Five Song or Count by Tens Song.Then, distribute materials to students. Students put umbrellas in order depending on the skip counting pattern. Once students complete the activity, challenge them to come up with their own skip counting patterns!

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