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FREE Winter Dot to Dot Worksheets

These free printable Winter Dot to Dot worksheets are a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age kids to practice counting while having fun! This winter math activity for kids is perfect for practicing how to count to 16 while having fun. Download pdf file with winter printables for this no-prep winter activity.

These free printable Winter Dot to Dot worksheets are a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age kids to practice counting while having fun! This winter math activity for kids is perfect for practicing how to count to 16 while having fun. Download pdf file with winter printables for this no-prep winter activity.

Winter Dot to Dot

I remember, as a child, absolutely loving dot to dot activities. I loved drawing from number to number, in anticipation of what the drawing will turn out to be. When I connected all of the dots, I liked to decorate the drawings. I was excited to learn that my daughter loves them just the same.

Dot to dots are not only a fun art activity. These help children with number recognition and counting. Children must find one number, the next, the next and continue on until each number is connected. This also helps with skills for writing, such as holding a pencil and drawing the correct angle of lines.

We know that dot to dot activities will help strengthen skills, but it’s even better because children see it as straight fun. It’s a mystery, it’s art, it’s FUN.

Winter Printables

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Winter Counting

We have included three different designs. This includes:

  • Mitten
  • Winter Trees
  • A Christmas Light

This is perfect for a Christmas activity but it will also work all season long. As you can see we turned the winter trees into Christmas trees with just a star and a few Christmas lights. This could easily be used for a forest unit also.

mitten dot to dot

The only thing you need for this activity is the printables and a coloring utensil of choice. We used markers, but you can use whichever you would like.

add some decorations to your winter counting to make it personalized

Another option is to laminate the dot to dot worksheets and use dry erase markers. This is especially helpful if you are providing these for a classroom. Laminated, these dot to dots can be used over and over.

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Winter Printables

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Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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