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!
All NEW! Find below our collectoin of fun dolphin worksheets - designed to help chidlren practice handwriting, numbers or the alphabet, and find out interesting dolphin facts!
Children can practise forming the letters in the word DOLPHIN using our finger tracing worksheet. When they are more confident, perhaps they can colour in the picture and then trace over the letters with a pencil.
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw a dolphin - and to practise some copying and concentration skills too! Copy across the complete picture on the left onto the grid on the right, square by square.
Practise writing the word dolphin with our printable handwriting worksheet - and do some colouring in too!
Choose from two versions of our dolphin notebooking page. They are useful for research, or perhaps for writing up a visit to a marine park?
Use this cute story paper to encourage creative writing, or for recording what the children have learned about dolphins. Choose from simple lines or handwriting lines.
Trace the lines to create this lovely image of a dolphin swimming in the sea – I think the kids will enjoy it! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace on them.
Children can trace the outlines of this lovely dolphin, then colour him in. Great for practising pencil control!
Trace over the letters of "dolphin" with this simple worksheet for younger children. Why not laminate and use dry wipe markers for repeated use?