Monday, August 21, 2017

FREE Where in the World Skip Counting Puzzles

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If your kids are practicing skip counting, these country-focused puzzles are fun twist. Great for PreK, Kindergarten,and first grade students!
FREE Where in the World Skip Counting Puzzles are such a fun way for Prek, Kindergarten, and first grade student to practice counting by 1s, counting by 2s, counting by 5s, and counting by 10s while they learn about countries from around the world (in color or black and white!) Great for math center, homeschool, summer learning, homeswork, extra practice, math activity, and more!

Skip Counting

How to prepare

Download these skip counting puzzles at the the bottom of this post. Print off each page you'd like to use (in color or black and white). We suggest printing on card stock or laminating for durability.

Cut along the lines of each puzzle and keep them together using elastics or large paper clips around each puzzle.

These free skip counting puzzles come in both color and black and white and help kids focus as they count by ones, twos, fives and tens

Where in the world?

These puzzles highlight different places in the world and are available in color or black and white!
  • Counting by ones: USA
  • Counting by twos: Japan
  • Counting by fives: Australia
  • Counting by tens: Italy
australia, italy, japan, and us famous landmarks math activity in color or black and white

How to use

Mix up the puzzle pieces and then ask your child to reassemble the puzzle. They can either focus on putting the picture together, or focus on the numbers. Either way is fine as long as they’re sure to read through the numbers when they’re done as a double check and to practice skip counting. It helps if children point to each number as they read them to help them focus on each number rather than just relying on rote memory. They can also mix the different puzzles up and focus just on the numbers to see if they can create a crazy mixed-up picture even though the numbers at the bottom are correct! [Image: Australia-skip-counting-puzzle ALT: Grab these free skip counting puzzles and get practicing! Kids will practice counting by 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s as they piece the puzzles back together!]

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