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# Skip Counting Multiplication Activities

Help your students master skip counting multiplication by skip counting on a number line, as well as skip counting equal groups and arrays.

## Description

If you’re introducing skip counting multiplication, you need this interactive Google Slides activity! Help your students master beginning multiplication concepts by skip counting on a number line, as well as skip counting equal groups and arrays. This skip counting multiplication activity includes a variety of colorful models.

Differentiate

Support your students by choosing from 3 styles of recording sheets.

Engage Students

Capture your students’ attention and make learning multiplication easier with colorful visuals. This activity includes the following models:

• Equal groups
• Arrays
• Number lines

Reinforce Key Concepts

Reinforce the relationship between skip counting and multiplication, ensuring your students build a strong understanding of multiplication.

Versatility

Having both digital and physical task cards gives you flexibility. You can use this resource for:

• Warm-ups
• Instruction
• Guided practice
• Independent practice
• Centers
• Exit tickets

✅ What’s Included:

• 3 recording sheets

Help your students build a strong multiplication foundation. These colorful models provide students with the visuals they need to fully grasp essential concepts.

Never worry about having enough materials!

• Your students will have exactly what they need to complete the activity delivered to them in the Google Slides.
• You don’t have to distribute, organize, or store worksheets.
• No waiting in line to make copies!

NOTE:

• You will need a free Google account to access these files.
• Students will need to work in “edit” mode in order to use the movable pieces.

THIS RESOURCE SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING TEKS:

TEKS 3.4D – determine the total number of objects when equally-sized groups of objects are combined or arranged in arrays up to 10 by 10

TEKS 3.4E – represent multiplication facts by using a variety of approaches such as repeated addition, equal-sized groups, arrays, area models, equal jumps on a number line, and skip counting

View Skip Counting Multiplication Activities on Teachers Pay Teachers.