This free unicorn dot to dot coloring page is a fun way to work on our counting skills without opening a textbook.
Dot worksheets are great for number recognition, hand-eye coordination and are great for kids of all ages including young children. Everyone will love these dot printables.
Dot to dot unicorn coloring page
Dot to dot puzzles are solved by… you guessed it, connecting the dots! Draw a line that connects dot number one to dot number two. Then from dot number two to dot number three, until all of the dots are connected.
Teaching tip – have your child count out loud while connecting the dots for to get the most learning and retention out of this activity.
Use crayons, pencils or markers to solve our magical unicorn dot to dot coloring pages and then color in the picture that appears. Make it as colorful as you want!
This connect the dots worksheet is also a great way to help kindergarteners and elementary school children build fine motor skills while they use colors to express their creativity.
Coloring activities don’t have to be just coloring pages – you can always add a little extra touch to make them more fun: mazes, color by number, and puzzles are just a few that come to mind.
We have more unicorn activities for kids:
- Check out these DELICIOUS unicorn food recipes to make with your kids right now.
- This unicorn slime recipe is so easy to make and so much fun, too.
- Older kids will also love making this unicorn snot slime to squeeze, squish, and play with the magical mixture.
- Wow – these epic unicorn party ideas will make your entire family feeling magical for days.
We are back with more unicorn dot to dot coloring games for kids! Get ready for an afternoon filled with some coloring fun.
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Love these dot pages? Well we have more free dot to dot activity worksheets you will love! We have generic number dot to dots pages, and even some Christmas dot to dots and other holiday worksheets. They’re all fun.
Did your little one enjoy this dot to dot worksheet? Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!