Looking for some fun, free Easter Dot To Dot worksheets for your kids?
Dot to Dot pages are such a fun way for kids to work on the important skills of counting, number recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and coloring.
Plus, kids tend to see these types of worksheets as fun puzzles with a surprise ending – as opposed to a slog that must be completed.
Featuring Easter eggs, bunnies, chicks, and baskets, the below printables are full of Easter fun for kids of all ages!
There are also varying levels of difficulty. Some will be an easy activity and others will definitely challenge your student.
There are 12 beautiful sheets to work through, so you will have plenty of options to choose from – or do them all! They are also dot to dot coloring pages, so make sure you have all the pastel coloring options ready to go!
Feel free to use it as an added Easter activity for your homeschool, classroom, church, or slip it in an Easter basket.
At the bottom of this post, you will find directions on downloading your copy of this Dot To Dot Printables Bundle.
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Depending on the age of your young children, make sure they understand how to complete the assignment.
Ensure they have a good pencil (easier to erase with than colored pencils or crayons). Help them find the #1 and then ask them where #2 is.
Walk them through these initial steps and they will be off and running!
This Easter bunny dot to dot is super cute!
Encourage young learners to guess what the finished picture will be and write that in the rectangle. When they are done, they can check to see if they are right.
This Easter egg dot to dot is one of the easiest options in the packet.
If your child flies through it, hand them crayons, Do a Dot markers, or washable markers to make their own design on the egg.
Your student will connect dots from 1-61 to reveal a spring chick hatching from an egg.
This is a great activity for any event with an Easter theme.
Kids will love to connect the dots to reveal this festive basket while you hide eggs for their Easter egg hunt!
This printable Easter Dot To Dot is from 1-69.
Connecting the dots will reveal an Easter tree that sprouts beautifully patterned eggs!
The feet of this Easter chick will be a challenge to younger students, so be sure to check their work closely.
Here is a simple activity for small children.
The finished image is of an egg with a bow wrapped around it.
What special Easter surprise could be inside?
Is this a puppy, bunny, or squirrel?
Connect all the dots to find out!
Bunny pictures are always so sweet this time of the year!
Have your child connect the dots from 1-68 to reveal the sweet animal cradling an Easter egg in his paws!
I would say this is by far the most challenging of the worksheets and would be appropriate for an older child looking for a good challenge.
Once your child connects to dots for 1 – 90, they will reveal an Easter picture of patterned eggs snuggled into a nest.
A pitcher full of bright spring flowers is the perfect way to end this packet.
Connect dots 1 – 30 to show the complete image.
I hope that you and your kids really enjoy these Easter activities.
Whether you use them as part of an event, as a quiet activity, or as a seasonal math supplement, they are a great way to practice foundational skills with kids!
If you are looking for more educational activities, check out the below Easter maze worksheets.