A favorite activity for young children, these Easter dot-to-dot puzzles (also known as connect-the-dots puzzles) are a fun way for kids to learn basic counting skills while developing eye-hand coordination. The Easter-themed puzzles also give children the chance to learn about common Easter traditions and symbols.
You may remember dot-to-dot puzzles from when you were a child. They are also known as connect-the-dots puzzles. To complete a puzzle, just create a line between numbers as they increase. After connecting all of the dots, an image appears. Images on the Easter puzzles include eggs, bunnies, crosses, and the like. In recent years, dot-to-dot puzzles have featured letters in addition to numbers. This is a great way to help a child learn about the proper sequence of numbers and letters. Most of them enjoy watching the image come together simply because they can count up from 1 or recite letters in order starting with the letter A.
How to Use Easter Dot-to-Dot Puzzles
Getting ready for the holiday, or looking for an Easter day activity? Just print any of these puzzles out and give them to the children in your life. They are a cute addition to the kids' table as a way to entertain children during Easter dinner. They also go well as another activity or gift in an Easter basket.
The internet has made it possible to get a wide array of print-out puzzles at your fingertips. Many of these printable puzzles are in Adobe PDF format. To get them, all you need to do is download and install the free Adobe Acrobat reader here. Print them out individually or print one and make copies. It's a quick way to add some fun to the holiday.
Printable Easter Dot-to-Dot Puzzles
The Easter dot-to-dot puzzles below offer different levels of fun based on how many dots there are, which is noted next to each one. Younger children with basic counting levels may be better off doing a puzzle with fewer numbers, while older children who can count higher may like more advanced puzzles. There are also a few that have letters of the alphabet instead of numbers, so children can connect the letters