Camp Dot to Dots for an Early Childhood Camping Unit

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A Dot to Dot of a Tent

A camping dot to dot of a tent. Websterlearning

Skip Counting is a critical math skill for learning to count money and later, multiplication. It also helps with understanding number theory.

This dot to dot is in two formats, skip counting by 2 and skip counting by 5, reveals a tent around the young girl who is looking out.

Before asking your children to complete these dot to dots, have them color the 2's and the 5's on the hundred chart, either printed individually, or laminated (use crayons or overhead pens.) If you find your students have difficulty, back up and give them experience with the hundred chart and with a walk on numberline.

A Camping Dot to Dot of a tent for skip counting by 2.

A Camping Dot to Dot of a tent for skip counting by 5.

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A Dot to Dot of a Mystery Animal in a Bush

A mystery animal in the bush. Websterlearning

Dot to dots can be used to support counting, especially skip counting. This dot to dot reveals a bear hiding in the bush, a surprise most of us don't want to discover on a camping trip.

This dot to dot is part of an early childhood extended school year unit on camping. It comes in two formats, skip counting by 2, and skip counting by 5.

A Camping Dot to Dot with a Mystery Animal, counting by 2's.

A Camping Dot to Dot with a Mystery Animal, counting by 5's.

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A Dot to Dot of an "Old Boot"

A Dot to Dot of an Old Boot. Websterlearning

Dot to dots can be used to support counting, especially skip counting. This dot to dot is a play on an old convention: a great catch is a boot, not a fish.

This dot to dot is part of an early childhood extended school year unit on camping. It comes in two formats, skip counting by 2, and skip counting by 5.

A Camping Dot to Dot of an old boot on a fish hook, counting by 2's.

A Camping Dot to Dot of an old boot on a fish hook, counting by 5's.

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A Dot to Dot of a Campfire

A campfire dot to dot. Websterlearning

Dot to dots can be used to support counting, especially skip counting. This dot to dot is designed to be both practice in skip counting and a nice "dot marker" activity. The flames are marked with "O's" for orange and "Y's" for yellow.

This dot to dot is part of an early childhood extended school year unit on camping. It comes in two formats, skip counting by 2, and skip counting by 5.

A Camping Dot to Dot of a campfire, counting by 2's.

A Camping Dot to Dot of a campfire, counting by 5's.