Skip Counting by 3s Worksheets

Skip counting serves as a foundation for addition and multiplication. This page consists of worksheets on number lines and counting with objects by counting in 3s. Math activities like mazes and connect the dots are available. Practice skip count by 3s with these printable worksheets.

Skip counting forward chart

The display charts have a collection of interesting themes. The blank and partially filled charts can be used to test the students' ability to skip count by 3s.

Chart Type: Display chart, Partially filled chart, Blank chart

Skip counting backward chart

Encourage children to count back by 3s with the display charts. Reinforce the concept with blank charts and partially filled charts.

Chart Type: Display chart, Partially filled chart, Blank chart

Skip counting - Number line

Fill in the missing numbers on each number line by skip counting in 3s. There are two levels in this section.

Two levels of difficulty with 3 worksheets each

Counting with pictures

Have fun with counting number in 3s with objects. Count the number of items in each set to find the total.

Complete the path

Fill in the missing numbers on each cloud of smoke let out by the toy train. Help John reach the island. Skip count by 3s to complete the path. A template is available here for each level.

Level: Easy, Moderate (3 worksheets each)

Missing numbers - Type 1

Skip count by 3s to fill in the missing numbers. A pumpkin theme is used in these worksheets. The range of number varies from 3 - 60.

Missing numbers - Type 2

The rabbit hops by 3s. Fill in the missing numbers. Each worksheet consists of six problems.

Skip counting - Backwards

Fill in the missing numbers by counting back in 3s. Each worksheet consists of seven problems.

Skip counting - Maze

A wide collection of mazes is available here with various themes. Skip count by 3s to solve each maze.

Three different themes are available

Connect the dots

This section comprises of connecting dots worksheets. Join the dots to unlock the picture and color it. This activity develops the fine motor skills.