Number dot to dot printables (or connect the dots worksheets) are a fun way for kids to learn their numbers and number order. They are also a great way to improve hand-eye coordination in kids.
Free dot to dot printables are fun for kids! What could be better than blending counting skills with coloring fun? It’s a great way to reinforce basic counting skills. This type of learning is enjoyable for kids. Simply click and print… and pass out number dot to dot sheets for educational fun.
The following printables are organized by the number of dots. Choose to connect 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 dots per picture. The pictures are kid-friendly with items that children will recognize.
Counting to 5
The easiest of the dot-to-dots, each picture requires counting to five. Finish a truck, umbrella, or train... and color the picture.
Counting to 10
Just a tad harder, requires counting to ten. Finish a star, moon, tortoise, shark or box of crayons... and color the picture.
Counting to 15
Requires the ability to count to 15. The puppy and his bone worksheet requires the kids to count to 15 twice.
Counting to 20
Several choices for counting to 20. Try fruit (a banana and orange on the same page), a hot dog, a snail or a frog.
Counting to 30
Try counting to 30 to complete a dolphin.
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