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Skip Counting with Negatives Worksheet

A skip counting with negative numbers worksheet that you can quickly customize and print. Includes answer key.

Skip Counting with Negatives Worksheet example

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Skip counting with negative numbers is similar to basic skip counting, except the number sequences start at a number less than zero. Including negative numbers in the sequences makes them excellent for practicing addition to negative numbers. Additionally, skip counting with negatives will help students to practice pattern recognition and making calculations that cross zero. This customizable worksheet is a great way for students to practice these techniques.

The skip counting with negatives worksheet maker creates a variety of unique worksheets with up to 15 problems on each. The intervals can be customized with any combination of numbers between 2 and 11. Blanks in the number sequences can be set to occur at the end of the number sequences, start of the number sequences, or mixed throughout. Each sequence will begin at a randomly selected start number. The range of start numbers can be set between -99 and -5, so each problem will contain at least one negative number. Additionally, the length of each sequence can be set to 6, 7, or 8 numbers. After you finish customizing the worksheet to your requirements, it can be downloaded as a PDF in A4 or US Letter page sizes. The PDF will contain a matching answer sheet, with each worksheet, for easier grading.

Worksheet Features

  • 1 to 15 problems on each unique worksheet
  • Choose the skip numbers, blanks, start numbers, and set length
  • Customize headers with the student name, date, ID, and class period
  • Creates a unique PDF in US Letter or A4 Format
  • Includes a matching answer sheet

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