Skip Counting Activities That Your Kids Will Love | From Blue Bells and Cockle ShellsSkip counting is taught in first grade in Waldorf schools. Skip counting is the practice of counting by any number other than 1’s. According to The Tasks and Content of the Steiner-Waldorf Curriculum, students in first grade should learn “up to the 7 times table by heart and through rhythmical practice”.Skip Counting Activities That Your Kids Will Love | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

Two weeks ago, I posted that I made a set of sensory beanbags for Sola to practice skip counting with. We use the bags to toss back and forth and call out the numbers as we catch them. We also our skip counting board, which I blogged about last week, however, to keep things lively and to incorporate multiple learning pathways we use many other learning activities to practicing skip counting:Skip Counting Activities That Your Kids Will Love | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

Skip Counting Activities That Your Kids Will Love | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells