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In adult discourse the phrase “connect the dots” can be used as a metaphor to illustrate an ability (or inability) to associate one idea with another, to find the “big picture”, or salient feature, in a mass of data.

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.

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.

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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.