Is your child learning how to skip count? Use these free skip counting charts to help them learn how to count by 2s, 3s, 4s, etc…up to counting by 10s!

Skip counting is an important mental math skill for children to learn. Not only does it help you count items faster, skip counting can also help once they begin learning their multiplication facts!

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Skip counting is fun to practice once you get the hang of it, but sometimes learning to skip count can be quite confusing for young kids. That’s where skip counting charts come in!

These charts are perfect for helping your child see the patterns in skip counting and helping them commit to memory each time the say the numbers.

These free printable skip counting charts are perfect for any child who is learning to skip count or needs some extra practice. Great for elementary grades such as kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade.

## Free Printable Skip Counting Charts for Numbers 2-10

Ready to practice skip counting? Here are 27 charts to help your child learn this important math skill!

Included are charts for the following:

- Skip counting by 2
- Skip counting by 3
- Skip counting by 4
- Skip counting by 5
- Skip counting by 6
- Skip counting by 7
- Skip counting by 8
- Skip counting by 9
- Skip Counting by 10

There are 3 different charts available for each number. Your child can learn to skip count up to 100 for each of the numbers. Just click below to download!

### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 2

Skip counting by 2 is one of the easiest for kids to understand. All they have to do is skip every other number!

And many kids already know the popular rhyme of *2,4, 6, 8, who do we appreciate! *This rhyme can help get them started when skip counting by 2.

These charts can also help your child when they start learning about even and odd numbers as well.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 2 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 3

Skip counting by 3 is a little harder for kids to learn, and it isn’t used quite as often as the more common skip counting numbers of 2, 5, and 10.

But it is still helpful for kids to learn to skip count by 3. If nothing else learning this skill will help them with mental math problems and learning the 3 times table.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 3 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 4

Learning how to skip count by 4 will help you child when it comes to addition and multiplication.

These skip counting charts will help them skip count up to 100 by 4s.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 4 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 5

Skip counting by 5 is a very important skill. Next to counting by 2s and 10s, counting by 5 is one of the top skip counting skills your child needs to learn.

Skip counting by 5 will also help with multiplication and with money skills- such as counting nickels or $5 bills.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 5 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 6

While, not as common as some of the other numbers, learning to skip count by 6 is still an important skill for kids to have.

This mental math will help make learning their 6 times tables much faster!

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 6 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 7

As the numbers get larger, skip counting can get harder.

The skip counting by 7 charts allow kids to see the numbers both inside a 100s chart and by themselves- giving them a head start on high level math.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 7 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 8

Help your child learn to skip count by 8! Seeing the all the numbers on the chart with every 8th number highlighted allows kids to see the patterns on the 100s chart formed by skip counting.

The 8 facts are often one of the most difficult to learn when it comes to multiplication- skip counting by 8 will help give your child a head start!

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 8 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 9

The 9s multiplication facts are some of the hardest for kids to remember. Teaching them to skip count by 9 will help give them a head start on this important multiplication table.

The skip counting chart will also allow them to see the patterns formed on the 100s chart and the patterns within the numbers themselves.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 9 charts:**

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### Skip Counting Charts: Skip Counting by 10

Counting by 10s is one of the first skip counting skills kids learn. Learning to count by 10 helps set them up for math success in areas such as place value, counting larger numbers, money, addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

I’d suggest using the skip counting by 10 charts first if your child is new to skip counting.

**Click below to download all 3 of the skip counting by 10 charts:**

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**You can also use these Free Hundreds Charts to help your child skip count by 10 using any number as a starting point. Or use the blank Hundreds charts as a blank skip counting worksheet for any of the numbers. **

### Download All 27 Skip Counting Charts in One File!

Want access to all 27 skip counting charts together? Click below to get all the skip counting charts- from 2 to 10- in one file.

Or keep scrolling to download all 27 skip counting charts in one PDF file.

*You are free to use these skip counting charts for personal use at home or in the classroom. Please don’t share the file, but if you’d like to share the free math charts with friends, please forward this page to them so that they can download the file themselves. This download may not be used in any commercial fashion.*

## How to Use the Skip Counting Charts for Learning:

Not sure what to do with these free printable skip counting charts? Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate them into your learning:

**Use the skip counting charts as a reference tool: **Print out at least one copy of each of the skip counting charts and place them in a page protector in your child’s math or homeschool binder. Allow them to use it as a reference whenever they need it. This may seem like cheating, but even if they have to look up the answer to the problems as they work, it will help them commit the information to memory.

**Use the skip counting charts for daily practice: **Add in a daily skip counting practice for your child or students. Focus on one number at a time and have your child look at the chart and chant the numbers all the way up to 100. Once they have one number down, move on to the next. I suggest starting with 10s then moving to 2s and 5s, before tackling the other numbers.

**Use the skip counting charts as a manipulative when beginning to learn the multiplication facts. **When teaching multiplication, come back to skip counting to show the correlation between skip counting and multiplying.

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