This post has lots of free Fall and Thanksgiving math printables including these free skip counting worksheets.
The skip counting mazes review the 2s 3s 5s and 10s. In the maze, kids have to find the numbers 2 through 22, 3 through 33, 5 through 55 and 10 through 110.
To find the skip counting row, move in any direction up, down, left, right, diagonal!
The answer solutions are provided as well: I made this next set of skip counting mazes for my daughter a couple of years ago. She really liked doing these!! Some of them have characters on them, but I also included a few plain ones at the end so you can use them any time of the year.
Again, with these pages, you can go in any direction – up, down, left, right and diagonally.
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Learning the Multiplication Facts: As my daughter moved into learning her multiplication facts I looked around for the kind of multiplication practice that would help her. The math book she was using went through the math facts a bit too quickly for her. She needed quite a bit of repetition and wanted bright, colorful worksheets. I wound up making my own sets of practice pages and games. She loved that! Be sure to check out our Multiplication Bundle here: Learning the Multiplication Tables 2s thru 9s. Scroll down to see the links to these individual packets below.
Each of the Multiplication Math Packets I made for ED had a different theme. And as you will see, the packets progressed from fairly easy, straight-forward pages in the first packet to mixed multiplication and division problems by the time she was working on her 8s.
What order did she learn her math facts? 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 6s and 7s (because those skip counting songs were easy for her!), 4s, 9s, 8s.
Many of these are all on sale individually or you can buy the bundle of all these materials. ~Liesl
More Fall and Thanksgiving posts that might be of interest:
- Free Fall Math Game Board – Use this game board for any type of math fact practice. Players move around the board until one person lands on the WIN space. My oldest used this to add positive and negative numbers… but you can use this for number recognition, easy addition, subtraction or multiplication problems.
- Free Fall and Thanksgiving Math Games and Printables – Which has links to over a half-dozen free math activities (grades K-4th roughly)
- I also made some Thanksgiving themed Number Family Sheets and basic addition matching (turkey to feather)
- Fall and Thanksgiving Themed Printable Activities (free) has a lot of links to materials appropriate for younger kids — preschool and kindergarten including dot-to-dots, preschool packs and more…
You may also be interested in our free skip counting mazes:
You might be interested in our multiplication packets:
Multiplication Packet, Learning the 3s, 3s File Folder Game: Learn the 3s, Practice the 2s, 5s, 10s
Multiplication by 8s Packet: 25 pages of worksheets, Lizard Races for the 4s, 6s, 7s, 8s and 9s