Complete the rest of this smiley bat dot to dot by joining the dots. You can chose to follow numbers or the alphabet.
Turn learning the alphabet into a fun activity with our collection of printable alphabet puzzles! We've got alphabet stepping stone puzzles, alphabet path puzzles and - our favourites - a big collection of alphabet dot to dot puzzles, in both upper and lower case letters.
Here's a fun dot to dot for Halloween. Join the dots carefully to reveal a Halloween bat... Choose from three versions - one with numbers, one with lower case letters and one with upper case letters.
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.
This camel dot to dot puzzle comes in three variations - numbers, lower case alphabet and upper case alphabet - making it useful for practising skills as well as fun!
Join the dots to reveal the Christmas candy cane, then colour it in! Three printables to choose from, one with numbers, one with lower case letters and one with upper case letters.
Our second cat dot to dot has a simple outline to follow. Choose from three options; counting to 25, lower case alphabet 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 cute cow needs completing and all you have to do is join the dots. Which cow dot to dot will you choose; numbers or letters?
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.
The simple bold lines on our second dog dot to dot will appeal to young children. Choose from numbers 1-25 or upper case or lower case alphabet versions.
We've got three variations of this dolphin dot to dot to print. The first uses the numbers 1-26. The second uses lower case alphabet. And the third uses upper case alphabet. Whichever you choose, we hope the kids enjoy it!
This dove dot to dot is a fun activity for Peace Day or to go with reading Noah's Ark. What a fun way to practice counting or the alphabet.
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.
This lovely elephant dot to dot printable is a fun way for children to practise their numbers to 26 - or the alphabet, in either lower case or upper case letters!
Children will need to pay close attention to the numbers or letters on our ghost dot to dot as sometimes the next dot is not where you might expect!
We have 3 versions of this tasty gingerbread man dot to dot - a fun way for children to practice their counting skills or their lower or upper case alphabet. When they've finished they can colour him in.
Join the dots and then colour in! Just print out dot to dot goat, choosing whether you want to search for numbers, lower case letters or upper case letters. All three links below.
Help the witch find her way home by colouring in a path through the stepping stones following the order of the alphabet. A really fun way to practice the alphabet!
Draw in the outline of this Olympic medal by following the dots. We have number or letter versions to choose from.
Here's a simple dot to dot rabbit with a cheeky face! We have three versions using numbers 1 to 26 and lower case and upper case alphabet. Fun for Easter or the Year of the Rabbit!
Kids need to shade in the tiles in alphabetical order to make a path between the leprechaun and the rainbow on this St Patrick's Day stepping stones puzzle.
Cupid needs to navigate through the alphabet in the right order in order to reach the young lovers. A fun way for the kids to practice alphabetical order and letter recognition!