Skip Counting by 9s

The Skip Counting by 9s materials were designed to help students learn the multiples of nine and practice
multiplying and dividing by nine.

The following activities can be used with the Skip Counting by 9s Floor Mat, Indoor Sticker, Outdoor Sticker, or Stencil.

Grade 3 - Grade 6


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    1. Skip Count by 9s

      Have a student start on zero. Then, have them point out the pattern that the gold boxes with the feet follow. Explain to them that these boxes are showing the...READ MORE

      Grade 3

    2. Multiplication

      Give a student a multiplication by nine problem (verbally, flashcard, worksheet, etc.). Example: 9 x 6 The student will begin on 0. They will jump forward 6 times, only landing...READ MORE

      Grade 3

    3. Division

      Give a student a division by nine problem (verbally, flashcard, worksheet, etc.). Example: 45 ÷ 9 The student will begin on the first number of the problem, 45. Then, they...READ MORE

      Grade 3

    4. Clipboard Math

      For enjoyable math practice, clip a multiplication and/or division by 9s worksheet on a clipboard. Have your students figure out the answers to the math problems by using the mat.

      Grade 3

    5. Bean Bag Baseball Game

      Divide your class into teams (the number of teams and the number of students on each team will depend on how many students you have). Place a bucket/basket at the...READ MORE

      Grade 3, Grade 4

    6. Division with Remainders

      Give students a dividend that will have a remainder when divided by nine. Have them find and stand on the dividend on the mat. Have them jump and count the...READ MORE

      Grade 4, Grade 5

    7. Least Common Multiple

      Requires two different skip counting mats. Line up two skip counting mats. Tell students you will be comparing these two factors and finding least common multiples. Have one student on...READ MORE

      Grade 6