### A Calf Dot to Dot for Counting by Ones and Fives

Counting is a foundational skill for number sense and mathematics. It is clearly delineated as an emerging math skill in the Common Core State Standards . If you have students struggling with counting, you no doubt have included counting or math goals in their IEP's. Dot to dots can be effective ways to give your students practice in both counting, and skip counting.

This easy dot to dot of a calf comes in two forms: Counting by one to twenty and counting by fives to one hundred. Both can provide your emerging or very disabled students practice on counting. Counting to ten, or counting to 100 by tens, are foundational math skills that even the most disabled student needs to master.

Skip counting is a skill that supports other functional math skills: counting money and telling time. The ability to multiply is also effected by a students understanding of skip counting. Recognizing patterns in numbers (2's, 5's and 10's) will help your students build "number sense."

### A Piglet Dot to Dot for Counting by Ones and Tens

Counting is a foundational skill for number sense and mathematics. It is clearly delineated as an emerging math skill in the Common Core State Standards . If you have students struggling with counting, you no doubt have included counting or math goals in their IEP's. Dot to dots can be effective ways to give your students practice in both counting, and skip counting.

This easy dot to dot of a pig comes in two forms: Counting by one to twenty and counting by tens to one hundred. Both can provide your emerging or very disabled students practice on counting. Counting to ten, or counting to 100 by tens, are foundational math skills that even the most disabled student needs to master.

Skip counting is a skill that supports other functional math skills: counting money and telling time. The ability to multiply is also effected by a students understanding of skip counting. Recognizing patterns in numbers (2's, 5's and 10's) will help your students build "number sense."

### A Duckling Dot to Dot Counting by Ones and Tens.

Counting is a foundational skill for number sense and mathematics. It is clearly delineated as an emerging math skill in the Common Core State Standards . If you have students struggling with counting, you no doubt have included counting or math goals in their IEP's. Dot to dots can be effective ways to give your students practice in both counting, and skip counting.

This easy dot to dot of a duckling comes in two forms: Counting by one to ten and counting by tens to one hundred. Both can provide your emerging or very disabled students practice on counting. Counting to ten, or counting to 100 by tens, are foundational math skills that even the most disabled student needs to master.

Skip counting is a skill that supports other functional math skills: counting money and telling time. The ability to multiply is also effected by a students understanding of skip counting. Recognizing patterns in numbers (2's, 5's and 10's) will help your students build "number sense."

### A Gosling Dot to Dot for Counting by Ones and Fives

This easy dot to dot of a gosling comes in two forms: Counting by one to twenty and counting by fives to one hundred. Both can provide your emerging or very disabled students practice on counting. Counting to ten, or counting to 100 by tens, are foundational math skills that even the most disabled student needs to master.