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Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14

These free Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14 are great for helping elementary kids practice skip counting by 1s-15s. Grab these free skip counting printable to help kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students get a solid foundation as they count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s, 12s 13s, 15s, and 15s.

Explore our collection of engaging Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14, designed to boost your child’s mathematical proficiency while making learning enjoyable. Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14 is an essential skill that lays the foundation for multiplication and helps children grasp number patterns with ease.

This hands on Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14 activity helps kids discover math patterns in a way that your math-learner can actually “see” skip-counting. With a little practice, kids will learn to guess which number will come next by simply following the skip counting pattern. You can use this skip counting activity at home or in the classroom outside on the sidewalk with chalk, inside on paper or download and print our free skip counting worksheet.

For Example:

Skip counting printable worksheets 14
Skip counting printable worksheets 14

Example: In this set of worksheets, your child will embark on a fun-filled numerical journey, practicing skip counting by 14s. With visually appealing designs and interactive exercises, these worksheets provide a structured and effective way to reinforce skip counting skills.


This simple skip counting pattern game is great for kids learning how to skip count.

Skip counting is a method of counting numbers by adding a number every time to the previous number. For example, skip counting by 2, we get 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and so on.

With this simple game (you can play with chalk, pencil & paper, or our printable skip counting worksheet) kids will see the patterns while skip counting and shapes emerge as they practice counting with different amounts of “skip”!

For Example:

Skip counting printable worksheets 14
Skip counting printable worksheets 14

How to Play:

  1. Draw or create a hopscotch grid with numbered squares. Start with the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on, depending on the child’s skip counting level.
  2. Place the small object at the starting point.
  3. The child begins by hopping to the first number (e.g., 2) while saying “two.”

“Number Hopper” not only makes skip counting fun but also improves balance and coordination.


  1. To start you find the first number that you are counting from.
  2. You and your child draw a straight line from that number to the last number in the integer in the series.
  3. For 7’s you would start at the 7 and then for 14, you would go to the 4, then to the 1 for 21, etc.
  4. Keep going around and around the circle as your numbers grow.
  5. A shape will appear and as you go, your child should be able to guess what the next number is going to be, even if they never skip counted before!

Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14 PATTERNS ACTIVITY

Skip Counting Printable Worksheets 14 We recreated the circles of numbers on our patio… next time the kids want to hop through their skip-counting by doing a giant version on the driveway!

We are a homeschooling family and math is something that I struggled with as a child, I am *so* pleased that my kids are “getting” it!   My just-turned 5 year old loves watching patterns emerge, I think most 3-5 year olds enjoy patterns.

We practiced our skip counting on paper several times before moving to chalk.