Skip Counting Charts

Skip Counting Charts

Welcome to our skip counting charts!
Skip counting is how we describe counting by any number other than one. For example, skip counting by twos means counting 2, 4, 6, 8, etc. It is a valuable skill that enhances a student’s understanding of number patterns and prepares them for multiplication.

The charts below are designed to show skip counting sequences, making it easier for children to grasp patterns and aiding in the learning process. We’ve included three levels of skip counting charts. As the level increases so will the amount of numbers on each chart.

Level 1: 36 numbers. Level 2: 64 numbers. Level 3: 144 numbers.

For practice skip counting, we also offer Skip Counting Worksheets.

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Skip Counting Charts Level 1 (6x6 grids)

Here you’ll find our free printable skip-counting charts. We have a chart for each skip-counting number from 2 through 10, and each chart includes the first 36 numbers. For example: The skip counting chart for 2 includes every other number from 2-72. The skip counting chart for 10 includes every 10th number from 10-360.

Skip Counting Charts Level 2 (8x8 grids)

Here you’ll find higher-level skip-counting charts. We have a chart for each skip-counting number from 2 through 10, and each chart includes the first 64 numbers. For example: The skip counting chart for 2 includes every other number from 2-128. The skip counting chart for 10 includes every 10th number from 10-640.

Skip Counting Charts Level 3 (12x12 grids)

In this section, you’ll find our highest-level skip-counting charts. We have a chart for each number from 2 through 10, and each chart includes the first 144 numbers. For example: The skip counting chart for 2 includes every other number from 2-288. The skip counting chart for 10 includes every 10th number from 10-1440.