Skip counting is such a great math skill. It comes in handy in so many ways later – counting groups, addition, multiplication, when you have multiple kids and you need to get everything in multiples of 3…
Let’s just say, I can skip count by 3s to a pretty high number at this point.
Why Skip Counting Dot to Dot
Skip counting is one skill that benefits from repetition. The more they practice this skill, the better they’ll remember.
So naturally, my goal is to find many ways that encourage kids to practice this skill.
And dot to dot printables for skip counting fit the bill perfectly!
It’s so easy to print off a new sheet and get them practicing.
How to Use the Skip Count Dot to Dot Pages
Honestly, I let my kids use them like any dot to dot page. I let them know what number they’re skip counting by (remember, this one is skip counting by 2s) and let them have at it.
These are great when your kids are in the mood to color but you also want it to be a bit educational.
Coloring is also great for working on fine motor skills so it’s a win-win.
What Halloween Skip Counting Pages are Included
We enjoyed our dot to dot skip counting pages so much that I wanted to make some with different themes. After all, October is all about Halloween. Of course, we want to do Halloween themed skip counting.
Pages in the set:
- Halloween Bucket – skip counting by 2s
- Giant Halloween Eye – skip counting by 2s
- Candy Corn – skip counting by 3s
- Spider web – skip counting by 3s
- Witch Hat – skip counting by 5s
- Ghost – skip counting by 5s
- Jack-O-Lantern – skip counting by 10s
- Witch Shoe – skip counting by 10s
- Witch’s Cauldon – skip counting by 100s
- Skull and Crossbones – skip counting by 100s