Connect dots coloring pages

This set of educational coloring pages requires children to connect numbers one after another. At the end you’ll see the whole picture, ready to color. This exercise helps to develop patience, focus and accuracy. Level of complexity is various so choose coloring pages appropriate to the age of your child.

Connect dots monkey Connect numbers to see a picture Connect points Connect points and color Educational coloring page
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Quiz – connect dots coloring pages

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Question 2

What’s the name of a science where we add, subtract, multiply etc.?

Answer:

This science is Mathematics

Question 3

What’s the name for result of adding?

Answer:

It’s a sum

Question 4

How do we call an small electronic device used to perform mathematical operations?

Answer:

This device is named Calculator

Question 5

How many zeros has one thousand?

Answer:

1000 so three zeros

Question 6

How many months does have one year?

Answer

One year has twelve months.

Connect dots coloring sheets for children – interesting facts:

  • „7” is most often picked as our favourite number. In most studies about 10% people point seven as their favourite number. Next in a row is “3”.
  • In some cultures „13” is considered an unlucky number. Some hotels and offices don’t have rooms with this number as well as levels. Napoleon Bonaparte never allowed to start dinner if there were 13 guests at the table. Someone else had to be invited.
  • The numbers which we use these days were found over 1000 years ago in the culture of Indo-Arab.
  • One piece of paper can be folded in half up to 9 times, not more. Try yourself if you don’t believe it:)
  • In Thai language 555 is read as „hahaha”, that causes lots of laughs.
  • A long time ago, before the number was invented, people for determination of amount used fingers.

 

Coloring books are complete and ready for coloring just after all of the dots are connected. Try to guess what is in the picture before connecting all dots and then connect them to see if you were right. Also keep in mind to color a picture in the end. And when you finish coloring all our pictures then you can try to design such a picture yourself. It’s not easy, but after some practise you’ll surely achieve great effects. Other children will definitely be stunned!