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Connect the dots worksheets, also called dot to dot, is a great activity to teach your children or students counting and the alphabet or as a fun way to reinforce these skills. Because the connect the dots worksheets are a puzzle and reveal fun pictures, the kids will really love doing them.

The connect the dot worksheets are arranged by skill level - easy, medium, and hard. They are also put into categories so you can easily find connect the dot worksheets for counting, the lowercase ​and uppercase alphabet, and skip counting.​

Working on a dot-to-dot is a great way to strengthen hand and finger muscles in preparation for writing. During early childhood is the optimal time to help develop vital muscles we’ll be using throughout our life. Children can concentrate on gripping their pencil and strengthen their hands while working on dot-to-dot.

Doing dot-to-dot activities really helps improve handwriting skills and are a valuable pre-writing teaching tool. Children learn how to create shapes, focus their pencil and learn how much pressure to apply to the paper.

Dot-to-dot games are wonderful for improving hand-eye co-ordination. There’s a lot of concentration that goes into completing a dot-to-dot! Visual motor control is developed through dot-to-dot work.

Working on a dot-to-dot teaches children number order and help with counting. Little ones may need a little help, but as they get older, completing a dot-to-dot all by themselves is a great confidence booster.

Help your child discover the link between what he does and what happens by “connecting the dots.” “You caught the ball because you have been practicing!” or “You jumped in the puddle, now your shoes are wet.” Identifying the cause and effect of various actions will help your child develop a better understanding of the results of certain behaviors.
When your child makes a mistake, remain calm. Let her know everyone makes mistakes, but we always learn from the situation. Once settled, discuss what she can do differently if she ever finds herself in a similar state. Help her think and consider how to make the current situation better. This practice not only builds personal responsibility, but also develops resilience in children.

My four-year-old enjoys connect-the-dot puzzles. She loves revealing the hidden shape after connecting each letter or number in sequential order.
In life, helping children “connect the dots” or link the cause and effect between actions and the results of those actions enables children to see the relationship between their choices and the consequences of their behavior.

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Such materials are provided for free download to be available always for learners around the world. You can find English ESL worksheets for home learning, online practice, distance learning and English classes. 

Through our website, teachers will be able to help their children improve both their written and spoken English. We provide materials related to all the different skills. Our reading Comprehension Worksheets help students to master reading and writing skills. There are also questions to measure pupils' understanding and help teachers evaluate their pupils easily. 

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Our Website helps you to give your child a boost using our free, printable worksheets. You will be able to help your child with his grammar skills with our printable worksheets that focus on using and punctual tion, Reading & writing. 

Such Worksheets are a useful learning tool for kids who are trying to write or want to practice their language skills at Home.