This bee dot to dot is nice and simple for younger children. Follow the numbers one to ten to draw the bee's body and then get out the crayons and colour it in.
Spring Dot to Dots
Dot to dots are so much fun for the kids that they might not even realise they are practising some useful skills while doing them! Enjoy our collection of spring dot to dot puzzles here. More coming soon.
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.
The simplest of our bufferfly dot to dots still provides a fun challenge. There are 26 dots to trace around, and you can choose from numbers or lower or upper case alphabet.
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 daffodil dot to dot makes a fun activity for St David's Day, Easter or spring. Follow the letters or the numbers to draw the daffodil's petals.
This daisy needs some petals! Can your children draw them in by following the dots? Choose from two alphabet versions or a number version of our daisy dot to dot puzzle.
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.
There are ladybird and landbug versions of this fun puzzle to download and print. Children can practise early counting skills as they follow the numbers 1-10 to draw the ladybird's body.
Dot to dots are a fun way to practise pencil control. This rainbow dot to dot is a perfect activity for spring or St Patrick's Day, or simply whenever you fancy a bit of colour.
Print out this sheep dot to dot colouring page - just join the dots up (numbers 1-20) before colouring in..