May Day has been celebrated with maypoles, flower crowns, and flower baskets since the 16th Century. It’s also known as International Worker’s Day for the May Day celebration in 1886 that gave us the modern day 8 hour workday.
How does Monkeying Around celebrate May Day? With dot-to-dot puzzles, of course!
Click the image and join us with this free puzzle for your crafting, parties, classroom or just if you feel like doing a puzzle. Remember, when you solve one of our Dot-to-Dot Puzzles, you have a coloring page! It’s a 2-for-1 deal!
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This is the completed puzzle from the Greatest Dot-to-Dot Super Challenge Book 7, pg 43
The whole Monkeying Around staff got involved on this puzzle.
David uses a Papermate Flair Felt Tip Pen (a favorite of his) and Crayola colored pencils to do his puzzles.
Our Shipping Clerk used a regular number two pencil, and old Crayola pencils.
Terri decided to do another extra connections for this puzzle! Click link to download the Butterfly/Flower Extra Coloring Connections for this puzzle to make for more dimension in your coloring.
Terri used a mechanical pencil first for the connections. Then she used $1.00 water color paint to beautify the puzzle. You don’t need expensive artist materials to have fun coloring. The water curled the page a little (as shown), but because it was from the book itself, the paper held up to light water strokes and did not bleed through.
Have fun connecting and coloring the dot-to-dot puzzle. Happy Dot-to-Dotting!