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by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Before you start into learning and writing letters with your kids, it's great to practise with pen control first. This is a fun activity that can also help with colour and number recognition.



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool


Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper
Pen
Glue
Coloured paper and circle punch or sticky dots

Method
Start with a blank piece of paper.
Stick on sticky dots or if you have a circle punch you can cut them from an old painting and glue on as I did.



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool


For one activity, I randomly numbered the dots.
For the second I selected several different colours.



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool


Your child can join the dots in number order or join the same colours together.



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool



Dot to dot, fine motor skills, writing, preschool


Categories
#Fine Motor Skills
#Under 5s
#Easy
#Colour Recognition
#Number Recognition
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