Connect The Dots For Kids Multiplication

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Skip count by 3 connecting dots activities help the children to learn multiples of 3 in a fun way. Connect the dots and complete the picture. Fill in the picture with beautiful colors. These worksheets are suitable for grades up to 5.

Dot To Dot printables Count by 1: connect the dots to find apple Bear dot to dot page Duck dot to dot page Fish dot to dot page Giraffe dot to dot page Horse dot to dot page Kangaroo dot to dot page Panda dot to dot page Penguin dot to dot page Rhino dot to dot page 123 Dot to Dots Dot to dot Games Phonics and Language Arts books and programs. Number dot to dot printables (or connect the dots worksheets) are a fun way for kids to learn their numbers and number order. These dot to dot printables are easy for pre-school and kindergarten kids to connect the dots to reveal the final picture.

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Skip by 3: A to J

Bag: Dot-to-dot coloring page from 3 to 78

Bluegill: Connect the dots from 3 to 81

Book: Skip count by three - 3 to 39

Bowhead-whale: Connect the dots from 3 through 84

Broccoli: 3 through 75 connect the dots page

Butterfly 1: 3 through 78 connecting dots activity

Butterfly 2: Count by 3s from 3 to 84

The incredible adventures of van helsing 2 download. Camel: Multiples of 3 - 3 to 78

Candle: 3 through 69 dot-to-dot coloring page

Candy: Connect the dots through 3 to 66

Car: Connect the dots from 3 to 78

Caterpillar 1: 3 through 78 count by three coloring page

Caterpillar 2: Coloring page in multiples of 3.

Chaoyangsaurus: 3 through 96 dot-to-dot coloring activity

Cow: 3 through 69 connect the dots worksheet

Cupcake: Connect from 3 to 84. Color the cupcake as you wish.

Duck: 3 through 72 dot-to-dot coloring worksheet

Eagle: Dot-to-dot page from 3 through 78

French-fries: Connect the dots from 3 to 81

Giraffe: Giraffe connecting dots page - 3 to 78

Glider: 3 through 90 count by 3s

Hippopotamus: Dot-to-dot coloring page from 3 through 81

Horse: Horse connecting dots page - 3 to 90

Ice-cream 1: 3 through 78 connect the dots page

Ice-cream 2: Connect the dots through 3 to 78

Ink-bottle: Dot-to-dot coloring worksheet from 3 to 54

Jellyfish: Connecting dots page from 3 to 84

Skip by 3: K to Z

Komodo-dragon: Skip count by three - 3 to 84

Ladder: 3 through 78 count by 3s

Okra: Multiples of 3 - 3 to 78

Owl: Owl connecting dots page - 3 to 69

Peas: 3 through 78 dot-to-dot coloring page

Penguin: Connect the dots from 3 to 60

Pigeon: Connect the dots through 3 to 63

Pomegranate: Connect the dots from 3 through 78

Pouch: Connect the dots worksheet - 3 to 72

Rhinoceros: Dot-to-dot coloring page from 3 to 69

Scooter: Connect from 3 to 93. Color the scooter you wish.

Seal: 3 to 75 count by 3s

Shell: Connecting dots coloring page from 3 to 78

Sofa: Dot-to-dot page with multiples of 3

Star-fruit: Connect from 3 to 72. Color the star-fruit.

Stuffed-doll: Connect the dots through 3 to 78

Tetra-fish: Count by 3s connecting dots from 3 to 90

Turtle: Turtle connecting dots page - 3 to 84

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Remember the game you used to play as a kid when you got bored at restaurants? You'd make a grid of 100 (or so) dots on a napkin and each person would get to draw a line to connect 2 dots on his or her turn. When you drew a line that closed a square, you got to write your first initial in the square to show that you had 'captured' it.

The goal was to be the person who had captured the most squares once all the dots were connected.I played that game a lot as a kid. It was such a simple game, but it was fun and it had a lot of strategy to it (I mostly played with my younger brother, so I may have particularly enjoyed the fact that I had the upper hand in the strategy). So when I was trying to come up with a new, minimal prep math center for practicing multiplication facts, I decided to try to 'mathify' the squares game. I find that it's easy to invest kids when I'm simply introducing a twist on a game that they're already familiar with and enjoy, so this seemed like a no-brainer.

Print out the game board. The game board contains 100 squares with the products of any two numbers that can be rolled with two dice (i.e. 1 x 6, 2 x 4, 3 x 5, etc).3.

Grab two dice and a different colored marker for each player.4. During a player's turn, he/she rolls both dice and multiplies the two numbers showing on the dice. The player looks for the product on the board and draws a line to connect any two dots that form part of the square around that product.

Since each product appears multiple times on the board, the player can be very strategic about where he/she draws a line.5. When a player draws a line that closes a square, that player gets to color in the square with his/her marker. That player rolls the dice again and takes another turn.6. When all of the dots have been connected, the player with the most squares colored in wins!Did your students enjoy playing this game? We'd LOVE it if you'd share one of these images on social or leave a comment in the space below!Check out our Multiplication Squares Games Pack in our store!

The full version includes games for practicing each multiplication fact through 12 individually, plus games for practicing all facts 10 x 10 and 12 x 12!Looking for more 'Squares' games to practice math skills? Check out these full sets of 'Squares' games in our store!Share this post.