Gross Motor Activity to Practice Skip Counting - Combining learning with movement helps children retain what they learn and establish a love of learning. This could easily be adapted for any age or mathematical concept. It would also be fun to learn letter sounds while hopping to them!
Here are a series of puzzles for skip counting. Each page has a large image and lines to cut. Once cut, the images make puzzles. Students use the numbers on the bottom to practice skip counting by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 10's, and 100's. As they put the numbers in order, they are also putting the puzzle together.