Our acorn dot to dot is a fun activity for autumn, and a great way to practise pencil control. Follow the numbers from 1 to 20 to finish the acorn picture.
Autumn Dot to Dots
Dot to dots are not only a lot of fun for kids to do, but also help with learning to count (or the alphabet) as well as pencil control. Here's a collection for autumn.
Ask the kids to join the dots on this acorn picture and practice their times tables as they go along! A fun way to learn times tables from 2s to 12s...
Our apple dot to dot puzzle is an excellent early learning activity and perfect for autumn or food topics. Children can practise pencil control and test their counting skills at the same time.
The children will enjoy these dot to dot puzzles with a difference! Choose the times table your child is working on, then ask them to join the dots to draw the apple. Choose from 2s to 12s.
Our autumn leaf dot to dot asks the children to join the dots 1-15 to finish the drawing. Maybe they can colour in the leaf in a bright autumn colour once they've finished joining the dots?
Can the kids join the dots to complete this lovely deer picture, and then colour it in? The numbers go up to 51.
Can the kids use their counting and drawing skills to follow the dots and complete the missing tail for this lovely fox?
Join the dots - numbers to 38 and letters a to o - to complete this cute fox dot to dot picture - and then colour him in!
This funny little fox looks like he is sniffing the wind for interesting scents! Join the dots to complete the picture.
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!
This cute hedgehog dot to dot is a fun one to fill in because of his spikes! The numbers go up to 38.
Our oak leaf dot to dot is a fun activity for autumn or for a nature topic. It's a great educational activity too as children can practise their counting or alphabet skills. Choose from three versions, numbers from 1 to 26, lower case letters or upper case letters.
We've aimed this lovely owl dot to dot at younger children, learning to recognise the numbers from 1 to 10. Draw the outline of the owl by joining up the numbers, then colour in the picture!
This pretty owl dot to dot combines numbers, lower case alphabet and upper case alphabet for the kids to join up. And of course it will be fun to colour it in too, when complete.
Join the dots on this simple owl dot to dot page - from 1 to 22 - and then colour the owl in. This is a fun activity for younger children learning their numbers.
The kids can finish off this tasty pear by joining the dots from 1 to 15 to complete, then colour in the picture.
These pear dot to dot puzzles will help the children learn their times tables too! Choose from 2s to 12s below.
Pumpkins are a vegetable we often associate with autumn (and of course Halloween too), but can the children draw this pumpkin by following the dots from 1 to 20? Make sure they have an orange crayon ready so they can colour in the finished picture!
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.
This toadstool dot to dot is perfect for an autumn or forest / woodland topic, and, with numbers up to 27 and a simple outline, is a good one for younger children.