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.
Pet Animal Dot to Dots
Dot to dots are a favourite activity of young children and pet animals a favourite theme so our pet animal dot to dots are sure to go down a treat.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!