These free dot to dot number worksheets are a fun way to practice number order with your kids. A low prep and engaging activity for young children!
Each of the free dot to dot printables feature leaf designs from different species of trees!
A great way to combine nature, science, math, and art!
On the blog, my goal is create engaging activities that you can do with your kids that are inspired by nature. Resources are low prep and great for kids in preschool through elementary.
Your young child will love these do-a-dot worksheets and their fun designs!
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Your kids will love connecting the dots and will be so excited to see the final designs. After they can color them in using green crayons or oranges, yellows, and reds to create fall leaves!
Additional leaf coloring pages would be fun to pair with these printable worksheets. Featuring Maple, Beech, and Oak leaves.
How to Download
- Click the button below the image to bring up a pdf version
- Print off as many copies you would like using your printer
Use these free dot to dot worksheets when the leaves are emerging in the spring and again once the leaves change colors in the fall.
Math Skills to Practice
- Number Recognition
- Number Order
- Basic Geometry
Along with important math skills your kids will practice fine motor skills. They can use a pencil or markers to draw lines to connect each of the numbers.
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As they connect the dots, they are reinforcing number order and sequencing.
Your kids can even point out the different shapes they see within the final image including: an oval, triangles, and even rectangles.
These dot sheets are also a fun way to practice hand-eye coordination.
Additional math worksheets for young kids:
All of the free printables feature different nature designs to get your kids excited to learn about the world around them.
Dot to Dot Worksheets
The printable pack has six printable pages for you to print off and use with your kids. Different tree species including: Birch, Beech, Poplar, Oak, and Maple.
Educational and fun dot pages featuring numbers 1-20. Your little ones can count the number of dots as they draw the lines.
Perfect for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school.
If learning about different types of trees, plants, and leaves with your kids the visual encyclopedia: Trees, Leaves, Flowers, and Seeds is a wonderful resource for kids of all ages!
Along with the Trees, Leaves, & Bark Take Along Guide which is written for ages 8-12, but even young children will enjoy the images in the book.
- A fun at project for kids using acorns from oak leaves: Acorn Process Art
- All you need are some acorns, paper, paint, and a cardboard box
Hopefully your kids enjoy these dot puzzles for numbers 1-20. Dot pages are a fun way to mix art and math while practicing fine motor skills.
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Here on the blog I create low prep activities you can do with your kids ages preschool through upper elementary.
Looking for more math activities? We have a whole collection of free math printables for kids!
These connect the dots worksheets were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free dot worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com