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Skip Counting by 7s Worksheets
Counting by 7s is mastered using the following printable worksheets. Skip counting is an essential skill when students learn basic addition. Skip counting chart, number line, counting with pictures, complete the path, missing numbers, count backwards, maze and connect the dots give practice for the children to count in 7s.

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Skip counting chart
These charts are used as a reference to learn skip counting by 7s. Parents and teachers can use the partially filled and blank charts to test the children's counting skill in 7s.
Skip counting forward:
Display chart:
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Partially filled chart:
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Blank chart:
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Skip counting backward:
Display Chart  Partially Filled Chart  Blank Chart
Skip counting: Number Line
The number line is given as multiples of 7. These worksheets give practice in skip counting by 7s. The students have to write the missing numbers to complete the pattern.
Level 1:
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Level 2:
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Counting with pictures
These worksheets are a great resource for young students. Count the items in each group to find the total.
Complete the path
Linda and Nancy need help to reach the island and the house respectively. Count by 7s to find the path.
Easy:
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Moderate:
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Templates:
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Missing numbers: Type 1
Fill in the missing numbers on the fish by counting in 7s.
Missing numbers: Type 2
The frog leaps in intervals of 7. Fill in the missing numbers by counting in 7s.
Skip counting: Backwards
Each sheet has seven problems in counting backwards. The students count back by 7s to complete the number pattern.
Skip counting: Maze
The maze path is in multiples of 7. Color the path to reach the target.
Connect the dots
Connect the dots, which are in intervals of 7 to reveal the picture. This activity aids in the development of a child's motor skills.