Dot to dot puzzles are a fun activity to use when teaching your child how to count.
They can also be used to teach your child about letters, shapes, and colors.
I have created a bunch of free connect the dot puzzles covering those topics (see links at bottom of this page), but I can't keep up with the demand for new puzzles.
Thankfully, there are plenty of books available with hundreds of puzzles.
These include books with one-time use worksheets as well as wipe-and-reuse (love 'em) dot puzzles.
There is even a thumbprint dot to dot book that would make for some unique keepsakes.
Use the arrow keys below to browse through the books and when you're done, be sure to check out my free puzzles.
On the second page of puzzles, you'll find books that are arranged based on how high your child needs to be able to count. These are great for children learning their numbers.
The simplest books only go up to the number ten, but you can find ones that go up to 20, 30, and so on up to 100.
Adults and older kids might enjoy the challenge of the 1,000 dot puzzles. See them all below:
Here are a few printable connect the dots puzzles I've created:
I've put together a list of educational resources that include links to more free work sheets, workbooks, home school curriculums, teacher resources, and learning toys.