Cool Constellations

Constellations can be thought of as a kind of primitive dot-to-dot, as well as an ancient way to illustrate myths and legends. Kids will enjoy this series of worksheets that feature skip-counting constellation dot-to-dots and a constellation chart that can help them identify these constellations in the night sky.

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Constellation Chart

Create your very own constellation chart with this cut-out template, perfect for stargazing on a clear night!
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Dot to Dot Constellation: Aquila

Give your child a challenging dot-to-dot where he'll have to count by 2s. When he's done he'll see the constellation Aquila.
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Dot to Dot Constellation: Leo

Learn a new constellation with a fun dot-to-dot! As an added challenge, your child will have to practice skip-counting by four to complete the picture.
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Dot to Dot Constellation: Canis Minor

Your child will get a challenge with this picture puzzle. He'll have to skip-count by nine in order to see the constellation!
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Dot to Dot Constellation: Ursa Minor

Your child can learn about the Little Dipper as he finishes a challenging dot-to-dot, where he'll have to skip-count by threes to complete the picture.
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Dot to Dot Constellation: Cancer

Here is a challenging dot-to-dot that involves skip-counting by six! This will help your child build multiplication skills.
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