Skip Counting Songs & Cards [Classroom License]


**This is the classroom license product for the Skip Counting Songs & Cards. This purchase gives you permission to share the songs with all the students you teach via Google classroom, direct files, or whatever other sharing method your school uses! Each teacher should purchase their own copy, but then you may share it with as many students as you teach. Contact us for additional community & school-wide licensing options.**

The Best Skip Counting Song & Flashcards

Each simple skip counting song sings just the numbers in order – this is the fastest way to learn to skip count! The printable flashcards are a great visual to follow along with too! 

Start listening to the songs at age 4+. Start following along with the flashcards at age 6+


  1. How to skip count by ones, twos, threes… all the way up to twelves.
  2. That skip counting means counting items in equal groups.
  3. Skip counting is an essential precursor to multiplication. Here’s how it works!


  1. Zip file of 12 songs – mp3 files. You can unzip them and listen to them any way you want!
  2. A printable pdf file of the flashcards. We recommend printing on card stock for durability. 

What age do kids learn to skip count at? Most kids learn to count by 2s, 5s, and 10s in kindergarten. We recommend listening to the songs as young as age 4 and as old as age 12 if your child has never learned to skip count or multiply.

How long are the songs? We’ve found that short & sweet works best for skip counting, so each tune is under 30 seconds and repeated just once in the track.

Bundles! These skip counting songs & cards are also found on the Musical Memory Math Bundle, along with 21 other songs. 

Here are 2 samples: 

Skip Counting by 2s (mp3)

Skip Counting by 8s (mp3)

They include only the numbers that the student needs to learn, which is best for both retention & future application in math.

  • 2s – 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24
  • 3s – 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36
  • etc.



Note: With the rise in subscription music apps, it’s sometimes complicated to access music you’ve actually purchased. Youtube Music and Cloud beats are the easiest options for downloading songs. Here are our easy downloading instructions!



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