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# Skip Counting by 9s Worksheets

Skip counting is a basic math skill to learn addition and subtraction. Skip counting by 9s worksheets are available here. Skip counting is reinforced with different activities like number line, counting with pictures, complete the path, maze and connect the dots.

Skip counting chart

The following printable charts can be used to teach skip counting by 9s. Partially filled and blank charts are also given.

Skip counting forward:

Display chart: Chart 1 | Chart 2 | Chart 3

Partially filled chart: Chart 1 | Chart 2

Blank chart: Chart 1 | Chart 2 | Chart 3

Skip counting backward:

Display Chart | Partially Filled Chart | Blank Chart

Skip counting: Number line

Each number line is marked at intervals of 9. Count by 9s to complete each number line. There are two levels of difficulty in this topic.

Level 1: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Level 2: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Counting with pictures

Children have to skip count by 9s to find the total. This activity helps them practice counting in 9s.

Complete the path

**Easy**: The prince needs help to reach the princess who lives in a high tower.** Moderate**: Fill in the missing numbers on each billow of smoke let out by the bus.

Easy: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Moderate: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Missing numbers: Type 1

Students have to fill in the missing numbers on the spacecraft. It is done by counting in 9s.

Missing numbers: Type 2

Skip count by 9s to fill in the missing numbers. There are 6 problems in each sheet.

Skip counting: Backwards

There are five problems in each worksheet. Children count backwards to fill in the missing numbers.

Skip counting: Maze

Maze is a fun way of learning skip counting. Color the path starting from 9 to reach the target.

Connect the dots

Connect the dots pages improve child's counting ability and motor skills. Skip count by 9s to unlock the picture.