1 To 10 Dot To Dot Problems
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Precursor to Kindergarten - K.CC.A.2
How Does Connect the Dots Worksheets Help Students? Connect the dots activities have been a classic boredom buster for the kids. But we never realize that these activities are more than just a rough scribbling to connect the dots. Yes, connect the dots activities help in developing and enhancing the mental and cognition skills of kids. Completing connect the dots activities has many benefits. below we have listed a few of them CONNECTING THE DOTS HELP IN COUNTING - Working on connecting the dots activities helps youngsters in learning counting and understanding number order. Little ones might need assistance in completing these activities, but as they grow up they will be able to complete these activities independently and confidently HAND-TO-EYE COORDINATION - Connecting the dots is a great way to improve hand-to-eye coordination. Connecting the dots requires a lot of concentration and visual motor control. Through connecting the dot activities, you not only improve concentration but also develop the ability to visually analyses the information. HANDWRITING SKILLS - Connecting the dots is significantly beneficial for improving handwriting and act as a valuable pre-writing resource. Youngsters learn to grip the pencil properly, focus their pencil and apply adequate pressure on their pencil MOTOR SKILLS - Early childhood is the ideal duration of learning and tuning the vital muscles of the body. Connecting the dots strengthen finger and hand muscles and prepare them for writing. Children can concentrate on their grip and strengthen their hands while doing connecting the dots activities. These worksheets help reinforce solid counting skills and help students progress towards addition.
Printable Worksheets and Lessons
- Dolphin Counting: Step-By-Step Lesson- Put the dolphin together by completing the connect-the-dot exercise.
- Guided Worksheet - Take your time to identify the points. It will help the picture come across more clearly.
- Guided Explanation - You finally find the banana, the cow, and the volleyball. Some kids might think the volleyball is a basketball or soccer ball.
- Independent Practice Worksheet - This set of pictures is spread out over 4 pages.
- Matching Worksheet - This is a perfect, simple, tracing activity.
A good way to get started is to complete a pictures that is already partially drawn.
- HW 1 - Connect the dots from 1‐10 to make a picture.
- HW 2 - As you go from number to number, count them out loud.
- HW 3 - What type of bird is it?
For good measure, I threw some geometric shapes in there.