Skip Counting by 6s Worksheets

Grab our printable skip counting by 6s worksheets for grade 2 and grade 3 to practice counting by 6 tremendously – a large resource with tens of well-laid-out worksheets giving you a sharp advantage, colorfully – a variety of display charts brimming with vibrancy and exercises themed after everyday goodies like candies and chicken legs, and diversely – a large spectrum of exercises, activities, and tasks working hard to help you ease into the concept. Some worksheets are free.

Skip Counting by 6s | Partially Filled Charts

Let's go 6, 12, 18, 24, and on and on! Write the missing numbers by adding 6 at every step, and chant the table aloud like a song. Students in 2nd grade and 3rd grade will now love to skip count by 6s.

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Skip Counting by 6s on Number Lines | Level 1

You know a number line like the back of your hand, don't you? In these printable forward skip counting tasks, observe the number lines where the numbers increase by 6, and count in multiples of 6 to fill in the missing numbers.

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Skip Counting by 6s on Number Lines | Level 2

A number line and skip counting are friends that thrive in each other's company. In this set of pdf worksheets, Grade 2 students recite the skip counting sequence of 6 and fill in the missing numbers or just add 6 to the previous number.

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Skip Counting by 6s | Pictures

With pictures joining the process, skip counting snowballs into a great math fair. The first question is solved for you. Follow suit, fill in each blank by counting by 6s, and find how many items are there.

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Skip Counting by 6s to Complete the Path

Little Sara is stuck in the haunted house, and two girls want to go to The Fun House. Thanks to skip counting, they will all be soon where they want to. The task in these pdf worksheets is to count by 6s and complete the paths.

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Counting by 6s | Missing Numbers | Type 1

With a bunch of snails counting by 6s, these skip-counting worksheets are excitement at its biggest dose! Count by 6 and write the missing numbers. Students in 3rd grade have a perfect blast doing this.

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Counting by 6s | Missing Numbers | Type 2

How would you like a monkey teaching you to skip count by 6s? Get mathematically inspired by a monkey that jumps by 6s, and complete the missing numbers in these printable pdf resources.

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Skip Counting by 6s | Mazes

One of the joys of skip counting is that the fun element it has in store never ends. Shade all the numbers that you remember are part of skip counting by 6s sequence, and complete the maze.

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Skip Counting by 6s | Display Charts

This set of compact display charts doubles up as a handy reference for students to identify multiples of 6. The idea is to memorize the pattern practiced in skip counting forward by 6s and simply put it to play.

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Skip Counting by 6s | Blank Charts

Keep these display charts close to your skip-counting heart; they are a fine evaluation tool. Take a little test of how thorough your learning is and show it in these 2nd grade pdf materials. Your skip counting will never suffer.

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Skip Counting by 6s | Connecting Dots

Skip counting spells its magic on you in countless ways. In these pdf connecting dots worksheets, kids count by 6s and help the dots transform into an umbrella, an airplane, and more.

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Skip Counting Backward by 6s

Make the most of these printable exercises on backward skip counting by 6s, where you have multiples of 6 in descending order. Add 6 to the number or subtract 6 from it. The job is done!

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