Connect the dots to reveal the picture of the lizard. Specifically, the type of lizard depicted is called a Brown Anole. The bit of skin under his chin is called a dewlap.
There are 513 dots to connect in this dot-to-dot, keeping your students busy for quite some time! Include this fun and challenging activity in a lesson about reptiles, lizards, and animals.
Print this dot-to-dot for your classroom, year after year.