Skip Counting: Multiples of 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9

Skip counting is an important foundation for understanding and learning multiplication! Children easily learn the multiples of 2, 5, and 10 first, but the multiples of 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 typically take some extra practice. 

Our FREE printable skip counting charts help children study and practice these essential math facts.  

Keep reading to learn the multiples of 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9, as well as more about our unique and customer-favorite homeschool math curriculum, Simply Good and Beautiful Math

Multiples of 3

Multiples of 4

Multiples of 6

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More practice with multiplication! 

Try our one-of-a-kind, song-based multiplication fact practice program called Musical Multiplication.

It makes learning and memorizing multiplication facts easy to do with short, catchy songs and small illustrated books that accompany the songs. When children practice multiples of a number in singsong fashion, it helps them commit the facts to memory.

Don’t miss our full-color Multiplication Flashcards, which are also available as a free PDF download! 

Spread Multiplication Flashcards
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Multiples of 7

Multiples of 8

Multiples of 9

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Let us know in the comments how your multiplication practice is going! Which set of multiples is the hardest to remember? 

Don’t forget to download our FREE skip counting chart!

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  • Such a great post! My kids need this!

  • Kelsey

    My daughter is struggling skip counting by 3’s this is perfect! Thank you!

  • Bethany

    Math is fun with TGTB! I think the 9s are the hardest multiples to remember

  • Jessica Hersh

    Thanks for these free resources. They’re very helpful!

  • Amanda

    We switched to Good and Beautiful Math and my daughter loves it! We plan to continue with my other kids!