Let’s have some fun this Thanksgiving with our free Thanksgiving dot to dot printables. These are a great way to encourage the kids to count and recognize numbers from 1 -25.
When the children have connected the numbers, they can also color in the fall images.
These fun worksheets are aimed at preschool and kindergarten-aged children, but of course, can be enjoyed by everyone.
Download all 4 free Thanksgiving dot to dot printables by scrolling to the bottom of this page.
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Have fun this Thanksgiving With Dot to Dot Worksheets
You probably have all of the supplies you need for these Thanksgiving dot-to-dot printables.
- cardstock (but printer paper will work too)
- coloring pencils
- coloring pens (these are great for the outline, and are the ones we used)
Print out the printables below, it will print out on 4 full pages and will print out in portrait mode. Make sure to check the printer settings.
You can of course print this on normal printer paper, but with all of our crafts, they always look better on cardstock.
The four images include:
A turkey leg and a cooked turkey
A pumpkin (i think you will also enjoy our pumpkin handprint template), a cornucopia, squash, and a turkey.
A pumpkin pie, and a slice of pie.
A pilgrims hat, and an Indian headdress.
There is absolutely no prep with these worksheets, just print and go. These Thanksgiving dot to dot printables will print in black and white.
These Thanksgiving dot-to-dot printables are great for both homeschool and the classroom
You are also going to love our favorite Thanksgiving book, How to Catch a Turkey.
Download Free Thanksgiving Dot to Dot Printables
I think you will also enjoy:
- Thanksgiving graph, color and count worksheets
- Thanksgiving memory game
- Rhyming Thanksgiving scavenger hunt clues.
- Thanksgiving handprints
- Christmas dot to dot printables
Last Updated on 12 November 2022 by homeschoolof1