Kids Count by Groups

Most all kids learn to count by ones, twos, fives, and tens. But do you know that it makes it easier to eventually learn how to multiply when they learn to count by other numbers too? This little book, available in ebook or paperback, gives you a fun way of teaching what is called skip counting. I prefer to call it counting by groups since they really aren’t skipping anything. With lots of fun animals to count, children learn to count the eyes on frogs by twos, the paws on a bear by fours (five bears will have twenty paws), spots on a ladybug and so on through twelve. The pages are color coded to help kids remember.

Available from Amazon