Summer is one of the most popular times for families to get together out in nature and go camping!
It’s wonderful to get kids outside, breathing in the fresh air, and keeping them away from screens.
It’s even better when you get to be outside somewhere beautiful!
For those times when your kids are dreaming about being in the great outdoors, but can’t be, try out these fun camping dot to dot printables.
They’re another great camping activity for kids in kindergarten and early elementary school.
Camping Connect The Dots
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If your kids are working on numbers 1-30 or if they love connect the dots, they’ll have a blast with these camping printables.
We’re giving you three unique dot to dots that include:
These worksheets also help kids work on fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
After they’re done completing the picture, they can color them in as well.
It’s a great independent activity kids can do at home or school!
Camping Unit Theme
Do you want to create a whole camping themed unit to go with these camping dot to dots? If so, keep reading. We’ve got lots of great ideas to get you started!
Books are a great way to get even further in a theme! On top of that, reading to kids helps them develop a stronger vocabulary and helps them learn to focus. It’s a win win situation!
Below are some of the top camping themed books for kids.
The Little Book of Camping- Teach young kids all about what goes into camping with this cute and simple book!
Pete the Cat Goes Camping- This book is great for little readers who love Pete the Cat. Read it before going camping to get the kids excited for their trip!
A Campfire Tail- This sweet book is a great way to talk to kids about empathy and friendship. Kids love the fun illustrations and storyline.
This handprint campfire is a fun and simple craft that’s perfect to add to your unit studies.
Wondering about camping with little ones? Get the scoop on camping with toddlers, here.