These FREE dot to dot printables are a must have for a fun way to practice number recognition and number order skills. I created these free dot to dot sheets with Kindergarten kids in mind. They need a lot of practice with the important skills of counting, so using numbers 1-20 seemed like the appropriate level and number of dots.
- Number Identification
- Least to Greatest
- Number Order
- Hand-eye Coordination
- Number Fluency
- Knowledge of Numbers
These fun dot to dot puzzles are a great way to practice basic counting skills.
Click each link to download the FREE dot to dot printables 1-20.
Animal Dot to Dots
From arctic animals to dinosaurs, these animal dot to dots printables will have your animal lover excited for the challenge.
This plant eating dinosaur will be a huge hit!
Goes great with any Winter theme.
This could be used with the book The Rainbow Fish.
A great companion for The Tortoise and the Hare.
Pair this with other Jonah and the Whale activities or an ocean themed book or unit.
Seasonal Dot to Dot Worksheets
These printable worksheets are one of our favorite ways to celebrate seasons and holidays.
When you reveal the hidden object, the Butterfly Dot to Dot gets a lot of ooohs and aaahs. It has minimal details on purpose so kids can design their own butterfly after they complete the final picture. Great for Spring time!
Perfect for Fall and also an introduction to symmetry.
A Thanksgiving themed or farm themed dot to dot.
This is an easy dot to dot because most kids can guess what the finished picture is before starting, but they love it either way.
Add ornaments and decorations to the tree when you are finished with the outline.
Run run as fast as you can! You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man! Pair this with your favorite gingerbread man book.
This page of dot to dots gives you the chance to add the rest of the snowman’s face.
Transportation Dot to Dot Pages
A great activity for boat and train lovers! These dot to dot activities can be a little tricker as far as making sure to go in numerical order.
You could use this worksheet with the book The Little Engine that Could.
Princess Dot to Dots
More Printable dot to dots for educational fun
Decorate the crown with color, sequins, and even glitter.
Extend this worksheet with a writing activity. What is something you would wish for on a magic lamp?
These dot to dot printables 1-20 will help your students become consistent in identifying numerals, especially the teen numbers that can be tricky for this age. Seeing them and saying them (even in their head) as they connect the dots is beneficial for all students. These are also great to print for long car rides and restaurants (or somewhere that is hard to wait). Children may want to spend time coloring these after they are finished. If not, that is ok! They worked with the numbers and have had the exposure that you wanted them to have.
If you have any requests for themed dot to dots that you’d like created, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to create them and add them to the list.
Do you need a dot to dot with even simpler numbers for younger children?
Check out these easy dot to dot printables for preschoolers from Free Preschool Printables with numbers 1-10.
You can also use dot to dots to practice letter recognition and alphabetical order. Try these alphabet dot to dot printables.
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