Sunday, June 5, 2022

Skip Counting Collections - Free Math Curriculum Units


Skip Counting Collections Printable Worksheets / Cards

Skip counting pre-grouped objects is an important skill for kids to master, but oftentimes grouping and counting things by themselves is not taught. This is a super important progression though, and a great way for kids to sharpen their visual math skills!

Take a look at the card in the picture above. It shows a bunch of peppers spread out all over the page and asks kids to circle them in groups of ten, then skip count to find how many there are in total. Although this may look different than the skip counting sheets you're used to seeing, it's actually a super important aspect of the progression of learning in mathematics. 

Having your learner's group things on their own teaches them to visually discriminate and estimate how many things may be in a group. It is also a great way to teach them the value of skip counting - how it may help them in their daily lives.

These sheets could function on their own as worksheets or could be cut out and pasted into a math journal. They all feature cute clipart that most skids love to colour too!

I made these sheets to help fulfill the Quebec Progression of Learning for my own kids which says students should be able to count collections of objects by grouping them. It is something I am using with my own daughter in second grade now, and I hope you find it useful in your classroom or homeschool too!

Grab this freebie below!

Get the FREE Counting Collections Unit HERE

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