Skip Counting Worksheets and Printables

Skip counting worksheets get your child to count by twos, fives, tens, and more! Practicing counting patterns with skip counting worksheets helps your child build addition, multiplication, and pattern recognition abilities. These worksheets make learning to skip count fun and simple, as kids practice while connecting the dots, writing numbers in footballs, and counting change. Try these skip counting worksheets with your little mathematician and celebrate with a resounding, "Two, four, six, eight! Who do we appreciate?"
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Little Bo Peep Skip Counting Finish a nursery rhyme with the help from a dot-to-dot clue, using skip counting to complete the picture.
How Many Dimes Show me the money! This coin counting exercise also doubles as a skip-counting introduction.
Republican Dot-to-Dot Use skip counting to connect the dots and complete a picture of the animal that represents the Republican Party.
"Skipping" Breakfast Use skip counting to connect the dots and finish a picture of Franco's breakfast.
Number Patterns on the Beach See if your little one has the sharp eyes and math know-how to spot the patterns!
How Many Nickels How many nickels do you see? Reinforce counting skills while introducing your child to skip-counting by 5!
Little Boy Blue Skip Counting Use skip counting to reveal a clue that will help you finish the nursery rhyme "Little Boy Blue."
Democrat Dot-to-Dot Skip count your way through a dot-to-dot picture and find out what animal represents the Democratic Party.
Mary Mary Quite Contrary Skip Counting Count by fives and connect the dots to reveal a clue that will help you fill in the blanks of the nursery rhyme "Mary Mary Quite Contrary."
Hickory Dickory Dock Skip Counting Count by fives and finish this drawing, and fill in the blanks of the nursery rhyme "Hickory Dickory Dock."
Vegetables Skip Counting Count by tens and connect the dots to finish a picture of freshly picked vegetables.
Boat Skip Counting Skip count by 20's to finish a picture of a sailboat.
Connect the Dots: There Was An Old Woman... Skip count and connect the dots to finish the classic nursery rhyme, "There was an old woman who lived in a shoe..."
Mining Truck Dot-to-Dot Skip count by 10s to complete a dot-to-dot picture of a mining truck.
Dump Truck Dot-to-Dot Skip count by twos and draw nice, straight lines to end up with a cute picture of a dump truck.
Cement Mixer Dot-to-Dot Skip count by 2's to complete a dot-to-dot picture of a cement mixer.
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Skip counting worksheets get your child to count by twos, fives, tens, and more! Practicing counting patterns with skip counting worksheets helps your child build addition, multiplication, and pattern recognition abilities. These worksheets make learning to skip count fun and simple, as kids practice while connecting the dots, writing numbers in footballs, and counting change. Try these skip counting worksheets with your little mathematician and celebrate with a resounding, "Two, four, six, eight! Who do we appreciate?"