Complete the outline of the badger by joining to dots from 1 to 20. Great for practising number skills and for wildlife topics too...
Animal Dot To Dots
We've got a new but growing collection of animal dot to dots to keep children guessing! Many have equivalent animal colouring pages if you prefer. The dot to dots are arranged in A-Z order.
Complete the rest of this smiley bat dot to dot by joining the dots. You can chose to follow numbers or the alphabet.
Here's a fun dot to dot for Halloween. Join the dots carefully to reveal a Halloween bat... Choose from three versions - one with numbers, one with lower case letters and one with upper case letters.
This camel dot to dot puzzle comes in three variations - numbers, lower case alphabet and upper case alphabet - making it useful for practising skills as well as fun!
Featuring only the numbers 1 to 10 but two cute pictures our cat and dog dot to dot is a perfect introduction to dot to dots for very young children.
Join the dots to complete this pretty picture of a cat, which the kids can then colour in. We have three versions: the usual dot to dot numbers, a lower case alphabet and an upper case alphabet.
Our second cat dot to dot has a simple outline to follow. Choose from three options; counting to 25, lower case alphabet or upper case alphabet.
Children need to follow the numbers 1 to 15 to complete the outline of this cheeky chimpanzee! They can colour in the completed picture too if they like...
Our cute cow needs completing and all you have to do is join the dots. Which cow dot to dot will you choose; numbers or letters?
The simple bold lines on our second dog dot to dot will appeal to young children. Choose from numbers 1-25 or upper case or lower case alphabet versions.
We've got three variations of this dolphin dot to dot to print. The first uses the numbers 1-26. The second uses lower case alphabet. And the third uses upper case alphabet. Whichever you choose, we hope the kids enjoy it!
This lovely elephant dot to dot printable is a fun way for children to practise their numbers to 26 - or the alphabet, in either lower case or upper case letters!
Can the kids use their counting and drawing skills to follow the dots and complete the missing tail for this lovely fox?
This lovely girafee dot to dot puzzle is perfect for little kids, who will enjoy joining up their numbers to 10... and completing the giraffe's long neck in the process!
Join the dots and then colour in! Just print out dot to dot goat, choosing whether you want to search for numbers, lower case letters or upper case letters. All three links below.
Practise pencil control and early counting skills by following the numbers 1-10 to draw the body on our guinea pig dot to dot. Then get out the crayons and colour the guinea pig.
There are 20 dots for the children to join together to complete the hamster on this fun dot to dot puzzle. Create for counting and pencil control skills.
This hedgehog dot to dot has numbers to follow from 1 to 30, so it's a little more challenging for older kids and a great way to practise numbers and pencil control!
Here is a simple hippo dot to dot that even the youngest children can complete. Follow the numbers 1 to 10 to complete the hippo's body.
You can choose from three versions of our horse dot to dot puzzle. Follow the numbers 1-25 or the letters of the alphabet in lower or upper case to complete the horse.
Then numbers on this lion dot to dot puzzle go all the way up to 34, so it's not only fun but good number practice too!
We've aimed this funny monkey dot to dot at younger children, learning to recognise the numbers to 10. Draw the monkey's tummy but joining them up!
This cute mouse dot to dot printable is a fun way for children to practise their numbers from 1 to 20, and they can colour in the lovely picture once they've finished too...
The kids will love this simple panda dot to dot puzzle! They can colour in the picture once they've completed the outline, too...
Testing pencil control and counting skills our pig dot to dot will have your children learning without knowing.
Here's a simple dot to dot rabbit with a cheeky face! We have three versions using numbers 1 to 26 and lower case and upper case alphabet. Fun for Easter or the Year of the Rabbit!
This simple dot to dot drawing of a cheeky rat has the numbers from 1 to 28 in a largely oval shape. Children could join them first with a pencil and then go over them with a black marker or crayon before colouring in the picture.
Here's a lovely, simple dot to dot for younger children, who will enjoy seeing the rhino's body revealed as they join the dots in the correct order.
Print out this sheep dot to dot colouring page - just join the dots up (numbers 1-20) before colouring in..
This cute squirrel is missing a bushy tail! Can the children join the dots carefully to complete it? They can colour in the picture too.
Here's a fun dot to dot for younger children. Join up the numbers, capital letters or lower case letters to reveal a friendly whale.