Dot to dot printables

Fun free dot to dot printables to practice 1-20 number recognition.

If your kids enjoy dot to dot activities then these worksheets will be a lot of fun for them! You can choose from two levels of difficulty depending on your child’s skills and let them color the pictures afterward.

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dot to dot printables pdf

Free printable dot to dot worksheets

I noticed just recently that my boys enjoy connect the dots worksheets. So, of course, I needed to make some extra for them!

For younger children, there is a page with numbers from 1 to 10.

For older preschoolers and kindergarten kids, you’ll find a dot to dot page for numbers 1 through 20.

Your children will practice their numbers and their pre-writing skills at the same time. Plus they’ll enjoy coloring them too. These fun worksheets will be great for the summer at the beach!

To download, just go to the bottom of this post and get your pdf there.

Have fun!

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Please, remember, these dot to dot printables are for personal or classroom use only. No altering or redistribution allowed in any way. Thank you!

16 thoughts on “Dot to dot printables”

  1. These are perfect since school is canceled! Thank you for the hard work you have put into this 🙂

  2. You can download them right here! My preschoolers enjoyed these with numbers up to 20. Try them out 😉

  3. Hi,
    We would love these for the new “homeschool” process! Thank you for sharing all these!

  4. Hello!! Wondering if I can get all that are suitable for a 5 year old going to K next year.

    Thanks so much!!

  5. Hi! You’ll have to go through the articles and pick the ones you like. There isn’t one file that contains all the worksheets as the size would be too big and even combining them all is technically impossible.

  6. Thank you! These will keep my nearly 4 year old occupied for a while we’re at home. They’ll be great for my playgroup kids as well when were able to start again.

  7. Thank you very much! Its a lot harder just to find simple activities for the kids to do without charging. The kids are loving them.

  8. Thank you so much, there are so many of us Moms out there that have turned into educators overnight with no clue as to what to teach our kids or where to start. Your website really helped, thanks 🌈🌈🌈

  9. I don’t have any like that on this site, but I can make some in the near future. Not sure what you mean by lines, however? I can make shapes and numbers for to sit that sounds like fun! Thanks for the idea.

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