Counting to 20 Connect the Dots

Counting at the Circus

Mia the Math Magician

Mia the Math Magician has a special skill – she is a wizard with mathematics!

Learning to count to 20

Here’s a free connect-the-dots worksheet featuring Mia the Math Magician. Have your children or students complete this activity, answer the simple question (what have they drawn after connecting the dots?) and then they can color the picture in with colored pencils or crayons.

It’s not hard to count to 20 using this worksheet – the numbers are in a clear progression from 1 to 20. Feel free to help your child while he or she is learning to count the sequence of numbers.

Speaking the numbers aloud

As your child is counting to 20 using the connect-the-dots, have them speak the numbers aloud while they are counting from dot to dot. That will help him or her to memorize the numbers and get the sequence of numbers into his or her head.

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4 Responses to “Counting to 20 Connect the Dots”

  1. Fern Smith says:

    Another terrific freebie!
    Thank you for sharing this at TBA and linking up!
    ~Fern
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  2. Lindy says:

    Thanks for this amazing freebie! I teach First Grade ESL Maths in Thailand and really appreciate you sharing with us. Hugs from The Land of Smiles 🙂

    • Thank you Lindy! I’m really glad that you were able to use the activity for your students in Thailand – I am always very happy to hear about kids from all over the world using our worksheets to learn and grow. All the best to you and your class.

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