Skip Counting by 4
Help students in Year 2, Year 3, and Year 4 sharpen their skip counting skills with this fun and engaging Skip Counting by 4 worksheet. This resource is perfect for building foundational maths knowledge in an interactive way, helping students see patterns and strengthen their number sense.
What's Included in the Skip Counting by 4 Worksheet?
The worksheet begins with a hundreds chart where students colour in all the numbers
they would say when skip counting by 4, all the way to 100. As students colour in these numbers, they start to see a visual pattern emerge, making it easier to understand the rhythm of skip counting and how the numbers are related.
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Underneath the hundreds chart, students are asked to reflect and write about the pattern they see. This helps them make the connection between the visual pattern and the numerical pattern, reinforcing their understanding.
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Multiplication Tip: Double and Double Again!
A fun, colourful illustration of a character holding a sign is included to give students a tip for multiplying by 4: Double the factor and double again. This handy tip can be used by students to quickly calculate multiplication facts for 4, building their speed and confidence in working with multiples.
Applying the Knowledge – Multiplication Practice
At the bottom of the worksheet, students are given multiplication problems to solve, focusing on multiplying numbers from 0 through 12 by 4. This section encourages students to apply the tip they’ve learned or use the hundreds chart they’ve coloured in to help solve the problems.
Why Use This Resource?

Visual Learning: The hundreds chart offers a visual aid that makes the abstract concept of skip counting much more concrete.

Pattern Recognition: By colouring in the numbers, students actively engage with the patterns that skip counting by 4 creates, boosting their problemsolving skills.

Reinforces Multiplication Skills: The double and double again tip helps students break down multiplication in an easytounderstand way.

Interactive and Fun: The handson approach encourages students to take an active role in their learning.
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This Skip Counting by 4 worksheet is the perfect blend of fun and learning, making it easier for students to master important maths concepts.
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And the best part? It's completely free! You can download it right now and start using it in your classroom or at home to support your child's learning.