How do you teach your kids about skip counting? Skip count is a skill that children have to master when they are learning numbers. They are taught to do skip counting by memorizing the orders of the counting. For example, the orders of skip counting by 4 are 4, 8, 12, and so on. Start by giving your kids these count by 4s worksheets with various exercises to test your children’s ability in skip counting by 4. Check out the images posted below!

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Counting numbers in jump is challenging since it needs specific memorization and counting skill. In skip counting, children have to be always aware of the orders of the counting based on the skipped numbers. Memory becomes the most important element which supports this activity. These count by 4s worksheets are created with easy and simple exercises to train children’s ability in skip counting numbers by jumping 4 steps.

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When your kids are learning to skip count, ask them to practice it frequently since it requires memorization which has to be always trained. Furthermore, to make the learning activity more fun for children, many pictures and adorable designs were added to create an interesting learning activity for them. You just need to simply click on the chosen image, enlarge it, and right click to save it.

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Print these worksheets and give them to your children to develop their skill and understanding on skip counting! Have a nice day!

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