Have fun practising the alphabet or counting with our lovely bird dot to dot puzzle. Don't forget to colour the picture in when you have finished joining the dots.
Bird Dot to Dots
Dot to dot puzzles are always fun, and we've got some really cute ones here which suit a variety of ages. The most simple have just a few numbers to join up... the more difficult have higher numbers or an alphabet.
Here's a simple blackbird dot to dot that even the youngest children can complete. Follow the numbers 1 to 10 to complete the blackbird's body.
Dot to dots are a fun way to practise pencil control. Once the kids have finished joining the dots, they can colour in the budgie too.
Our chick dot to dot is a fun activity for Easter, spring or a farm animal topic. It's an educational activity too as children can practice their counting or alphabet skills as we have three versions to chose from.
Our chicken dot to dot is designed for younger children. Follow the numbers 1 to 10 to draw the chicken's body.
This dove dot to dot is a fun activity for Peace Day or to go with reading Noah's Ark. What a fun way to practice counting or the alphabet.
Our duck dot to dot is an excellent early learning activity. Children can practise pencil control at the same time as reinforcing counting or alphabet skills.
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.
"Who's a pretty boy then?" We think this parrot will look very pretty once the kids have followed the numbers from 1 to 15 to complete his picture, then coloured him in...
This is one of our more challenging dot to dots as children must join the dots 1-30 to draw the peacock's tail.
Perfect for Christmas or winter we have a cute robin dot to dot. Once children have joined the dots to draw the robin's body, children can have fun colouring in that red breast.
The rooster is missing his body. Children need to follow the numbers 1-10 to draw in the body, practising their counting and pencil control skills.