If your kids are like mine, they love everything to do with outer space. Don’t miss these free space dot-to-dot activities for your lessons about outer space.
My kids love learning new things about space. They are interested in everything from rockets to planets to faraway galaxies.
We stop and look at the moon whenever it is big and bright in the sky. We’ve laid on a blanket on a cloudless night to watch meteor showers.
They enjoy looking at the newest pictures from the Mars rovers. We recently learned that there is a helicopter on Mars called “Ingenuity.”
If your little ones are curious about outer space, these printables will be sure to please.
This freebie includes three different dot-to-dot activities for smaller children.
Dot-to-dot pages are great for building several skills. Number recognition, counting, focus, and fine motor skills are just a few.
Your child can use their dot-to-dot pages as a coloring page they complete the picture. Let them get really creative and decorate with stickers, glitter, or other fun additions.
If you prefer, you can laminate your pages. Offer your child dry erase markers and wipe them clean afterward.
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