Complete the outline of the badger by joining to dots from 1 to 20. Great for practising number skills and for wildlife topics too...
British Wildlife Dot to Dots
We are just getting started with our British Wildlife dot to dots ... but we think the kids might enjoy these!
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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!
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.