Connecting the dots in a specific numeric order on a worksheet to make an image is a great way to both work on learning numbers (as students count-up) and to develop fine motor skills via drawing the lines carefully.
These Halloween-themed worksheets for preschool students are very simply as they feature only numbers 1 through 9 used multiple times to make an assortment of lines as opposed to one big line that can be hard to students to keep track of. By doing a small number of individual lines that never count-up beyond 9 preschoolers can focus on learning those smaller numbers and doing a small assortment of multiple lines.
The first worksheet is a Jack O’ Lantern with a funny witch’s hat. Students can draw the individual lines by counting the numbers up and carefully tracing each line. Then, once they are done they can color the picture for extra fun!
This second worksheet features a bat carrying a cauldron of witch’s brew that also has a spider-web growing upon it! This worksheet is a little trickier than the first one so your youngest students made need a little extra help counting all the way up to 9 as they do the dot-to-dot tracing. Once done with these worksheet students can color it in as well if they would like.
The third worksheet is not actually a dot-to-dot image, it just is another fun picture of a bat the kids can color if some finish the first two worksheets before their peers!