Download these cute connect the dots printable pages for your kiddos to play with at home!
My kids are always looking for fun activities to do at home, so digital printables are a favorite option. You can download so many kinds of activity worksheets online like these cute connect the dots printable pages that I’ve illustrated. It’s a great way to practice counting and have fun coloring at the same time. Printables are definitely easy on the budget compared to many other store-bought toys!
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Hello! My name is Linda from tortagialla.com and I’m a creative mom who loves to design digital printables. I illustrated these connect the dots printable pages to help my young daughter pass the time with a fun numbers and coloring activity. You can download the PDF file and print these activity worksheets yourself at home. The free PDF download includes two different connect the dot illustrations.
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What You Need:
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- Home printer
- White paper
- Crayons, colored pencils, or markers
Tips on Printing Activity Worksheets for Kids
With access to the internet, you can find a multitude of connect the dots printable pages as well as coloring pages and other worksheets for your kids. It’s a quick and easy activity to set up for your little ones. Just keep a library of printables on your computer and let them choose what they want to print out. It’s a budget friendly activity you always have at your fingertips!
Printing drafts and copies
When using digital printables it’s easy to download a variety of designs to keep on hand in your digital library. When you want to print pages, consider if you need to print at high quality or if draft quality is sufficient. Whenever I print coloring pages or connect the dots printable pages, I often select draft quality. This is to save on printer ink since bold lines are not necessary. My kids will be drawing and coloring over the lines, so often its actually preferred to have a lighter print-out.
Another tip to help these activity pages occupy more playtime for your kids is to print multiple copies. I often make it a challenge for them to create multiple color variations, so they can try out different color combinations. Not only does this prolong the activity time, it helps to teach them the idea of creating drafts or sketches of things before deciding on the final version they really prefer!
Printing on kraft or colored paper
Another cool tip for printing connect the dots printable pages and any related coloring page is to use kraft or other colored printer paper. Instead of starting with a white background, you give your kids another variation with colored backgrounds. This is an interesting art lesson for color theory learning but also just changes things up if they happen to like a particular design or illustration a lot and want to color it multiple times.
Use other craft supplies
Finally, I also like to offer other craft supplies I have in the house when my kids are coloring or filling out an artsy worksheet. You don’t always have to stick with the traditional supplies of crayons and markers. Considering giving them paints or bits of colored paper for mosaic collaging. Or even glueing pasta shapes onto a coloring page design to create a unique art piece. The sky is the limit and it will really help to get your kids’ imagination going.
Also, during the holiday season I like to collect many of the nice wrapping papers and ribbons that would usually go in the trash for future activity times. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! You can readily upcycle many supplies for a bit of free art making with your kids – it’s fun to create art – from little kids to older teens.
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So, I really hope your kids will enjoying using this connect the dots printable download.
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