Dot to dot printable activity sheets are a fun and quiet busy activity that kids and parents will enjoy.
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Printable connect the dot activities are great for playtime and educational too. Kids can practice numbers and counting, fine motor skills, and following instructions.
We’ve included a variety of printables here so you can find the ones your kids will enjoy.
Some of the connect the dot printable pages on this list are educational, others are pictures of imaginary creatures. No matter what, all of the free activity sheets in this list will keep your kids entertained!
What Are Dot To Dot Worksheets?
Also called “connect the dots,” these dot to dot worksheets are made with numbered dots. As kids draw lines connecting the dots together in the correct order, they will be drawing the outline of an image.
Are Dot To Dot Worksheets Educational?
Yes, these printable worksheets are both fun and educational! As kids connect the dots, they are practicing sequential order. It also enhances fine motor skills and helps kids learn how to comfortably hold a writing utensil.
Some of the worksheets in this list even have spaces for kids to trace the word of the image they created. So they are learning numbers, letters, and early spelling!
Are All Of The Dot To Dot Printables Here Free?
Yes, we collected free printables for kids!
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Dr. Seuss characters
Whether you’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday in March or just want to share some activities with your child while reading, these printables are too cute! Download six Dr. Seuss character connect the dot pages.
This preschool pack includes a connect the dot activity for all 26 letters of the English alphabet. Finish the picture and practice the letter sounds.
Make practicing numbers fun! These dot to dot number printables would be a fun addition to a kindergarten math center or your homeschool activities.
Fruit skip counting
Are you practicing skip counting in your homeschool lessons? These printable fruit dot to dot pages are just what you need! They’re numbered to count by twos, fives, and tens.
This free set of dinosaur color and connect the dot worksheets has several designs, including an adorable baby dino hatching from an egg.
Giraffe and lion
This cute pair of printables from right here on Messy Momma Crafts includes a giraffe and a lion. The dots are numbered into the 30s, so these would be great for all ages.
These printable birthday connect the dot worksheets would be a fun for a birthday party. They make a great busy activity for kids to do as guests arrive or if you want some downtime.
Help kids practice counting up to 35 with the help of these farm animal dot to dot sheets that include a horse, cow, and rooster.
Whether you’re looking for a simple activity sheet or a more challenging one, this set of two unicorn pages is perfect. The first one is numbered up to 80, so big kids will enjoy it. The second one is numbered up to 200 for a bigger challenge!
Connect the dots from one to thirty to finish each of these butterfly worksheets.
There are seven pages in this cute set of printables that combines connect the dots activities with writing practice. Your kids will love drawing the sun, a rainbow, and more!
It seems like every kid plays Minecraft these days. Give your little one a bit of screen-free time by printing these Minecraft themed dot to dot worksheets featuring their favorite characters.
Constellations are kind of like nature’s dot to dot activity. Print these constellations for a hands-on activity, then break out the telescope to see how many your family can find in the night sky.
Grab these official Disney’s Finding Dory sheets along with several other printables. They include five characters from the movie, including Hank the octopus and Destiny the shark.
If your kids love sharks, they’ll really dig these connect the dot shark pages. Finish each of the pictures, then color the finished image for even more fun.
These princess themed dot to dot pages are simple enough that toddlers can complete them. This is a great way to introduce numbers before your child is old enough for school.
This precious set of printables features birds, bugs, and plenty of hearts. The puzzles in this download cover a wide number range, so you’re sure to find one your child will like.
Count from one to twenty by connecting the dots on these leaves. Then, color them to match the colors that the leaves are turning this season.
When Christmas time is here, grab these four activity sheets to teach your preschooler about counting up to 20. Easy puzzles like gingerbread man, stocking, Christmas tree, and Santa face are a fun activity to get ready for the upcoming holiday.
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