Connect the Dots - Camel

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Connect the Dots - Camel

Grade: PreschoolKindergartenGrade 1

Subject: Connect the Dots

A great activity puzzle where kids connect the dots to dots to solve this puzzle. Kids practice connecting the dots while counting by 1's  and connect 1 to 2 to 3 and so on. This puzzle printable can be used in the classroom setting or at home.

Such puzzles are great to help improve concentration, focus, develop image recognition and motor skills. Connect the dots puzzles are also a great way to keep the kids busy and engaged in a fun way.

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