Connect the dots to reveal the picture of the puffin. There are 540 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 puffins, birds, and wildlife. The puffin depicted in this activity is an Atlantic puffin.
I’ve included two versions of the dot-to-dot. The first version is the dot-to-dot with black dots and numbers. The second version is the same dot-to-dot with gray dots & numbers. Some students may prefer the gray dots and numbers, because it will be easier to see their own lines on the page. Also, if they choose to color the picture, the colors will show up better on the gray dots/numbers version.
Page 1 – Dot-to-Dot with black dots & numbers.
Page 2 – Dot-to-Dot with gray dots & numbers.
Page 3 – Answer key
Print this dot to dot for your classroom, year after year.