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.
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.
Concentration and focus are built through working on dot-to-dot drawings. Completing a dot-to-dot drawing shows the benefits of hard work– and in a fun way.
These photo of Minnesota Connect the Dots Game is really good connect the dot pages for your kids.
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- Name: Art Fair Hutchinson
- File Type: JPG
- Source: artshowreviews.com
- Size: 4.51 MB
- Dimension: 3315 x 5071
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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.