Inside: Give the kids some quiet time printables with these free summer connect the dots worksheets. They’re the newest addition to the printable activities for kids collection.
Summer has officially begun around our home.
In fact, as I write this we are on day 2 of summer vacation.
And guess what?
My kids have already had some disagreements, meltdowns, fights, and squabbles.
Ahhh, the joys of summer.
But honestly, I find things go a whole lot smoother when we have a schedule and at least some activities planned.
So, although I wish I would have prepared for summer a few weeks ago, I’m here now giving you one more activity to add to your summer schedule.
We love doing a quiet, independent activity like these summer-themed dots to dot printables in the late afternoon.
By the time we get to 3 or 4 in the afternoon, we all become a little grouchy and need some quiet, alone time.
So, if you’re like us, read on to download these free connect the dot worksheets.
Summertime Connect The Dots Printables
Related: Summer Do A Dot Printables
In this summer pack, I’ve included 4 unique connect the dot pages that feature a swimming boy, a crab, a cute slice of watermelon and a sandcastle.
And, don’t forget, these printables aren’t just fun; they’re educational too!
Dot to dot worksheets are great for reinforcing number order, working on fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, focus, pre-handwriting skills and more.
Depending on how high your child can count, you may need to sit alongside them while they complete the picture.
See The Printables In Action Below
Whenever you decide to use these free printable connect the dot pages, I’m sure they’ll bring you a least a few moments of quiet!
Want More Summer Printables For Kids?
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Tuesday 24th of March 2020
I am an Italian teacher of English. I teach both at preschoolers and elementary-school pupils. Thank you very much for your useful activities.
Wednesday 25th of March 2020
Oh, fun! I'm glad you can use them!