Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a wonderful day!

Today I have some fun Kindergarten Dot-to-dot worksheets to share with you all! They of course go with my k4 Kindergarten curriculum, and if you’ve purchased the curriculum anytime AFTER 7/20/14 this file is included in your download! If you purchased prior to that date, or just want to add it to whatever you’re using currently, download it here for free and add it into your daily lessons!



Each kindergarten dot-to-dot worksheet goes along with a letter theme from my Letter of the Week program, but it’s made a little more challenging for those awesome kindergarteners out there.


Number Practice:

The dot-to-dot worksheets help teach students number recognition, counting, and number order. While at the same time correlating with a letter from the alphabet so you’re working on several skills at once.


Phonics Practice:

As your student completes the dot-to-dot they can then color in the image if they like, and of course trace over the letter and corresponding themed word. Make sure to help your student read the word to go with the picture!




(Note: If the file doesn’t open in your browser, RIGHT click on the download link, then select “Save As”. The file will download to your computer, then you can open and enjoy!)

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I hope you enjoy these worksheets in your homeschool, if so leave a comment below letting me know!

Is the Letter of the Week Preschool preschool curriculum too easy for your student? Are you ready for something a little more challenging? Then the K4 Kindergarten Curriculum is for you! The K4 Curriculum is geared towards kids ages 4-5 who are kindergarten ready and want a fun hands-on kindergarten curriculum. All of the items you see in this post, plus a ton of extras including lesson plans are included in the K4 Kindergarten curriculum.



  1. Erica, these are so cute. Thank you! I have both your letter of the week and k4 so this is perfect! Question: do your kids go right from this k4 to 1st or do you increase challenges for year 2 so it is more of a k5 program?

  2. I just discovered your website and I LOVE it. I’m truly amazed at what you’ve created in your home and online for the rest of us to benefit from. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us! These dot to dots are fantastic. Math, phonics and fun all rolled into one. My kids will love them. I have 1 question. After 12 years of homeschooling I’ve just discovered workboxes and after watching your video I’ve decided to make the plunge. I’m wondering if your Kindergarten curriculum has the assignments broken down into workboxes.

    1. Hi Deanna,
      Yes, in the lesson plans for the Letter of the Week and k4 it’s broken down into workbox format kindof with one subject/activity in each box on the lesson plan for that day. So you’ll then put that one activity in your workbox drawer and so on down the list for that day. Hope that makes sense!

  3. Dear Erica,
    We love everything you do! My preschooler is doing the worsheets! He realized that for the T letter the number 7 is missing, and for the letter X the number 29 is missing. He loved the worksheets so much, he wanted to do them all this morning!


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