Have fun counting while making art with this Connect the Dots Free Printable from Mom Nessly.
Can your kid count? Because in this next activity counting is a requirement for them to finish the task. But no worries is this is not math. But art through connecting dots. Fun, right? Following a sequence helps to improve the skills of children like reasoning, logic and solving problems.
The numbering is 1-20 per worksheet. Once connected they form a cute animal which they can color as creatively as they want.
Here’s a sample of the Connect the Dots Free Printable you can download later.
From elephant, fish, rabbit, turtle, dolphin and octopus. These choices will surely keep them engage in tracing and counting.
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You can also cut out the traced animal once done for your kid to play with.
I added a little tracing too for your kid’s handwriting practice. Let’s enhance that pincer grip and eye hand coordination.
Download your Connect the Dots Free Printable here!
Connect the Dots PDF file
Our little ones love animals and I find that they are more excited in an activity that involves things related to it. I will do a dinosaur theme too as my boy adores them. How about your kiddo?
You want more free printable like this? Feel free to browse my other worksheets. Check the following links here.
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I have a set of Free Flashcards, too! Download them for free.
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FREE NUMBERS 1-20 FLASHCARDS
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Don’t fret if your kid can’t finish the whole worksheet yet as it depends on their interest and phase of learning. What’s important is that they are exposed to the activity and had an idea on what to expect in school or in a learning session.
Download the ready to print PDF file now and enjoy learning together.
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Thank you so much for all this printables, they have been so helpful. You are so amazing.
Love these they are so cute! Im going to print the bunny one out for my son for Easter!
Cute and great content . Definitely gonna print for my toddler
Thanks so much for sharing! My son isn’t quite old enough to do this yet but I am pinning for when he is! 🙂
This are adorable. My three-year-old and six-year-old will both love them!
I am loving these printable pictures! Thank you
These are so cute!!
I just printed these for my kids! Thank you for sharing.