Dot Collector: Finger Practice 4+

Helps train fine motor skills

Ellie's Games, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 7 Ratings
    • $2.99



Enjoy this peaceful game for all ages.

Every kid enjoys collecting things. In this colorful collection game children grab dots as they bounce around the screen and gather them up. It's a game that will hold a child’s attention. Tap and drag the dots and collect as many as you can. Intuitive controls and simple animations makes this game perfect for infants!

"I like Dot Collector because my caseload of visually impaired students also have multiple challenges and the settings are great because I can differentiate. The settings allow me to enlarge the dots, decrease the number of dots presented at a time and slow the movement considerably so my students can visually track them as well as try to collect them."
- Fgf

"My two kids really enjoy playing this together. It’s fun how you can use all your fingers to grab the dots."


● Vibrant, Visually Stimulating Colors
● Musical Sounds
● Smooth Animations
● iPad and Retina Display Support
● No Ads! Perfect for infants!


Tap the dots and drag them into the hole. More dots will appear for after you collect them all.

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Check out Ellie's other games:
- Color Dots
- Math Duel
- Alphabet Dots
- Counting Dots
- Rain Dots
- Color Squares
- Color Sliders
- Vet Island

What’s New

Version 2.0.2

Now with more dots!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

MadClouds ,

So many puzzles

Lots of pictures. My daughter enjoys guessing the picture before it's fully revealed

Mom of SN Child ,

Great Step Up from Color Dots

My 10 yer old daughter with multiple disabilities loves Color Dots! It helped her go from just swiping pictures like she loves to do, to focusing on tapping a dot. Dot Collector is a great next step from that and has her focusing on a little more complex, yet still simple enough for her, task of moving the dots to a clear ending point of a black dot. Just started her with it today and she is showing signs of trying to focus on it and is interested in it! Great for kids like her with low vision as the borders on the dots make it stand out. Would love to see a settings option later like Color Dots had where the size could be changed as well.

hs2ak ,

I LOVE it!!! oh...and the kids do too! ;)

I have ALL of Ellie's games and I cannot say enough about them. They are brilliant in their simplicity yet provide excellent practice of fine motor coordination with a low-stress feel. Dot Collector is no exception! I absolutely LOVE that, although simple enough for a toddler to find successful, there is a certain amount of precision needed. My child with motor apraxia would be happy to get "close enough" to drop the dots but this provides him just enough challenge to stretch his skills without bringing on any frustration. And I really appreciate the musicality of this app. I find the audio on all of Ellie's Games apps to be pleasant and not over stimulating to the sensory-sensitive little people in my life.

As always....YOU ROCK!!!

*addition to review*

my 10 yr old with fine motor issues (who, by the way is a "serious gamer") figured out he could grab more than one dot at a time. So now he uses all 10 fingers to grab as many at a time as possible to try to drop them all at once! This is awesome for developing his skills!!!

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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