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

Today I have some fun Preschool Dot-to-dot worksheets to share with you all! They of course go with my Letter of the Week  preschool 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!



Number Practice:

The dot-to-dot worksheets help teach students number recognition, counting, and number order. The preschool sheets have a light gray tracing line to help your student know where to go on the worksheet. I recommend doing them with your student as these sheets count a bit higher than the other Preschool level work in this curriculum. This will help challenge your students count a to a higher number as they progress through the curriculum.


Phonics Practice:

Not only does each worksheet help with counting practice they also correlate with a letter from the alphabet so you’re working on several skills at once. 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!



The Letter of the Weekis a full 26 week preschool course designed to give your student a head-start on preparing for kindergarten! It is a 26 week curriculum that’s full of educational activities that focus on the letter recognition, sounds, number recognition, counting, basic math skills, pre-writing practice, and all the necessary fine-motor skills that will be required for your preschooler to be ready for kindergarten! Included are weekly lesson plans that cover all the subjects a preschooler needs and more!


        1. Hi Ariel,
          You don’t really need directions for these, but you have the student trace the letter and word. Then start at the red “start” dot and then draw a line from each dot in numerical order. So 1,2,3, etc.

  1. Thank you for the dot sheets. Downloaded them to the letter of the week curriculum I purchased for this year. Thank you for a great blog to help us with great ideas and downloads. Have a wonderful Monday!!


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