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Halloween Skip Counting Cards

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Halloween Skip Counting Cards are the perfect way for the kids to learn how to start counting. Skip counting is a great math skill that is the foundation of learning addition, multiplication, and more.

Make certain to check out my other Preschool Halloween Math Worksheets as well.

Once your early learner starts to understand how skip counting works, there is no stopping them from learning to counter bigger numbers and expanding their math knowledge.

The great thing about these math printables is that they’re Halloween-themed and fun for the kids.

They’ll love the colors and pictures to get them into the Halloween frame of mind. talk about using clothespins, stamps, stickers, hole punches

These math worksheets are perfect for math skills in a fun and unique way. Just in time for Halloween, your kids will love adding these to these daily math lessons.

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What is the educational benefit of this printable?

For a younger child to learn numbers it can often feel overwhelming. But when you combine learning with a theme, they’ll be on board for more! With this printable, they’ll be able to count by 5s, and more!

What it includes:

This skip counting printable includes Halloween-themed examples and options for the kids to learn how to count by 5s. You can also use objects like clothespins, stamps, stickers, hole punches, and more for the kids to clamp onto the right number to finish out the number sequence.

Using the worksheets with actual hands-on fun is a great way to keep them engaged in the learning process.



Fun ways to use this printable:

Even though these worksheets are all about counting, there are so many other fun things that you can do! Here are a few simple ideas to keep that Halloween learning fun going strong.

Count other fun Halloween items

Once they get the hang of skip counting, have them count out other fun Halloween items in the house. This is the perfect way for them to use the skills that they just learned.

Group Halloween candy and count

If you’re doing this after Halloween, have the kids group the candy and count out by 5s. This will help them get organized and know what candy they have while also enjoying their new math skills.

Have the kids create a fun Halloween sketch

Use the backside of this printable to have the kids draw a fun Halloween picture! They’ll be able to have fun and be creative with their artistic side as well.

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