Letter A Connect the Dots

Today, I have a new type of printable for you that I haven’t done before: Letter A Connect the Dots!

It includes the “usual” connect numbers 1 through X version plus two that connect letter/number combinations A1 through A16. One of the latter two versions is a more challenging one where students need to skip many other letter/number combinations and find and only focus on A1 through A16.

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Materials for Letter A Connect the Dots

  • Printable file (below).
  • One sheet of paper (or three if your kids love it like mine did and want to do all three version 😉 )
  • Printer.
  • Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
  • Marker, pen, pencil, or similar.

What’s in the printable PDF file for Letter A Connect the Dots?

The file includes three different versions of connect the dots worksheets that focus on the letter A.

The first and most basic version has dots numbered from 1 through 16. Simply connect the numbers in numerical order to reveal the outline of a capital letter A.

The second version has the letter A added to each dot to reinforce letter recognition. This time, you’ll connect A1 through A16 and, like the first version, end up with an outline of the capital letter A.

Reinforce letter recognition, practice counting, and improve hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in a fun way with this no prep Letter A Connect the Dots worksheet. Three levels: Numbers 1-16, letter A plus numbers 1-16, and different letters and numbers.

The third and most advanced version is a challenge for more advanced learners: In this version, you connect the dots from A1 through A 16 but there are also many other dots in the picture (with random letters and numbers) that need to be skipped.

I’ve included an answer key for the third version only. This version is not as easily checked at a glance as the two more basic ones. However, if in doubt, the resulting image of a capital letter A is the same in each version.

Reinforce letter recognition, practice counting, and improve hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in a fun way with this no prep Letter A Connect the Dots worksheet. Three levels: Numbers 1-16, letter A plus numbers 1-16, and different letters and numbers.

This printable doesn’t require any preparation, just print and connect the dots!

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Reinforce letter recognition, practice counting, and improve hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in a fun way with this no prep Letter A Connect the Dots worksheet. Three levels: Numbers 1-16, letter A plus numbers 1-16, and different letters and numbers.

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Are you looking for more letter A activities? Here are a few I’ve picked out for you!

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Letter A Picture Matching Game

Letter A Mini Folding Book

Letter A Mazes


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