Pre-k and Kindergarten skip counting in twos and counting Monster board game - Skip-counting in twos entails adding two more to every number on the series as it progresses. For example, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10�. Is a progression of numbers in twos. Numbers in this series are often even. Counting in twos facilitates the counting of objects, points, fruits and many other items kids might have to count. This activity is in the form of a monster board game. If you land n the monster he will eat up all the points you accumulated. But if you land on another spot, you will earn points and accumulate them for the next round. Teachers and parents can use this game to review with their students in kindergarten, 1st , 2nd and 3rd grades.