The Dot-to-Dot Zoo

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These super fun worksheets will give second graders some great practice with skip counting. They'll love coloring in the cute animals when they're done!

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Bat Dot-to-Dot Printable

Find out what animal with wings sleeps all day and awakens at night by counting by sixes to solve the connect the dots puzzle and complete the picture.

Dot to Dot Zoo: 10's

This elephant dot-to-dot has a mathematical twist. Instead of counting 1,2,3 kids will count by tens to connect the dots.

Dot to Dot Zoo: 2's Part II

This donkey dot-to-dot worksheet challenges your child to count by twos. Try this donkey dot-to-dot with your child to strengthen his skip counting skills.

Dot to Dot Zoo: 3's

This lion dot-to-dot gets your child thinking as he counts by threes. Connect the dots using skip counting in this lion dot-to-dot.

Dot to Dot Zoo: 4's

This grizzly bear dot-to-dot gives your kid an extra challenge by asking him to count by multiples of four. Work on this grizzly bear dot-to-dot with your kid.

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Dot to Dot Zoo: 5's

A giraffe dot-to-dot might be just the thing for your zoo lover. Try this giraffe dot-to-dot with your child, and be challenged with an added twist.

Dot to Dot Zoo: 2's

A zebra dot-to-dot worksheet is fun from the start, and this one has a special twist. Count by twos in this zebra dot-to-dot worksheet.

Dot to Dot by Threes

Find out how a cassowary looks by counting by threes to solve the connect the dots puzzle and complete the picture.

Coatimundi Dot-to-Dot

Find out what a coatimundi looks like by completing this connect the dots activity by counting by fives. Connect the dots to complete the picture!

Fossa Dot-to-Dot

Are you curious how a fossa cat from Madagascar looks? Count by threes to solve the connect the dots puzzle and complete the picture!

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Lemur Dot-to-Dot

Are you curious to find out what a lemur looks like? You can by counting by twos to complete the connect the dots activity and finish the picture of the lemur.

Parrot Dot-to-Dot

What animal is in the picture? Find out by completing the connect the dots activity by counting by fours to complete the picture!

Antelope Dot-to-Dot

What animal is hiding in the numbers? Find out by completing this fun dot-to-dot activity by counting by twos to complete the picture!

Baboon Dot-to-Dot

What type of large monkey is hiding in the numbers? Second graders can challenge themselves by counting by 10's to complete the dot-to-dot picture.

Colugo Dot-to-Dot

To find out what a colugo looks like, complete the connect the dots activity by counting by nines to finish the picture.

Frog Dot-to-Dot

You can find out what animal is hiding behind the numbers by completing this dot-to-dot activity! Count by sevens to connect the dots and complete the picture.

Gecko Dot-to-Dot

To find out what type of tropical lizard is hiding behind the numbers, count by fives to connect the dots and complete the picture.

Howler Monkey Dot-to-Dot

To find out what type of animal is hiding behind the numbers, complete this fun connect the dots activity by counting by eights to finish the picture!

Hummingbird Dot-to-Dot

What type of nectar-sipping bird is hiding in the picture? To find out, complete the connect the dots activity by counting by threes to finish the picture.

Leopard Dot-to-Dot

You can find out what type of animal is hidden in the picture by counting by twos to complete the dot-to-dot activity.

Tiger Dot-to-Dot

To find out what animal is hiding behind the numbers, count by fours all the way up to 432 to complete the connect the dots activity and the picture.

Capybara Dot-to-Dot

Are you curious to see what the world's largest living rodent looks like? Then find out by counting by fours to connect the dots and finish the picture!

Chameleon Dot-to-Dot

To find out what the hidden animal is, complete the dot-to-dot worksheet by counting by fours to connect the dots and complete the picture.

Echidna Dot-to-Dot

Find out what animal is also known as the spiny anteater by completing the connect the dots worksheet by counting by sixes to complete the picture.

Heron Dot-to-Dot

Simply count by fours to connect the dots and finish the picture to find out what animal is hiding in the numbers.

Shrew Dot-to-Dot

To find out how a shrew looks, complete the connect the dots activity by counting by threes to connect the dots and finish the picture.

Squirrel Monkey Dot-to-Dot

Find out what type of monkey is hidden among the numbers by counting by twos to complete the connect the dots worksheet.

Tarsier Dot-to-Dot

To find out what nocturnal animal is hiding in connect the dots worksheet, count by sevens to complete the picture.

Tree Frog Dot-to-Dot

Challenge your second grader by having him complete the dot-to-dot worksheet by counting by fives to finish the picture. What animal is hidden in the numbers?

Don't Monkey Around, Let's Skip Count!

Swing into skip counting by twos! This coloring page dot-to-dot uses skip counting as an unexpected way to tie in multiplication learning with a fun activity.

Skip Count by Three

This coloring page dot-to-dot uses skip counting as an unexpected way to tie in multiplication learning and reviewing multiples of three!

Skip Count at the Dot-to-Dot Zoo

This hidden animal at the Dot-to-Dot Zoo is 'hopping' to meet you. Kids will skip count by fours to reveal a hidden kangaroo.

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