Skip Counting Dot-to-Dots

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Mega math maniacs get to know the basics of multiplication with these skip-counting dot-to-dots.

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Skip Counting Stegosaurus

Help draw in this giant Stegosaurus's spine plates by connecting the dots. Your child will learn to skip-count by two with this fun exercise.

Skip Counting Plesiosaurus

This dot-to-dot is skipping a few numbers! Help draw this massive aquatic dinosaur by connecting the dots and skip-counting by threes.

Skip Counting Eagle

Can you tell what animal this is? Have fun with a skip-counting dot to dot, the perfect way to introduce your child to multiplication.

Skip Counting Turtle

This adorable turtle is missing his shell! Help finish this picture by connecting the dots and skip counting by five.

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Skip Counting Corgi

What kind of dog is this? Introduce your child to the adorable corgi, who's here to help you learn about multiplication with skip-counting!

Skip Counting Bat

Help draw this fruit bat's wings by connecting the dots. Your child will learn about odd numbers with this fun exercise!

Skip Counting Butterfly

This sweet butterfly is missing her wings! Help finish this picture by connecting the dots and skip-counting by five.

Skip Counting Baby Seal

Help finish this picture of a fuzzy baby seal with a dot-to-dot challenge! Advanced counters can practice skip-counting by nine to connect the dots.

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Skip Counting Snail

This snail would love to have its shell back! Enjoy a challenging dot to dot, where your little counter will have to skip-count by six.

Skip Counting Hermit Crab

This cute little hermit crab is missing his sea shell. Connect the dots to give him a new home, and learn about odd numbers as you go!

Skip Counting Swan

Can you tell what bird this is? Have fun with a skip-counting dot-to-dot, the perfect way to introduce your child to multiplication.

Skip Counting Toucan

Oh no! This toucan is missing his beak. Help finish this picture by skip-counting by seven to connect the dots.