Move & Learn! Giant Dot To Dot
Editor’s Note: I absolutely LOVE this!!!!
[Source: I Can Teach My Child]
My three year-olds are intrigued by dot-to-dot puzzles, but struggle with the fine motor skills required to draw the line from one dot to the next. They often can’t tell what the picture is when they are done and are starting to lose interest in them. Dot-to-dot puzzles are a fun way to practice number and letter sequence as well as fine motor skills, so I really wanted to encourage them to keep working on dot-to-dot puzzles. I thought, “Why not turn it into a gross motor activity where they can’t miss the next dot?”
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