Printable Do-A-Dot pages are not only a lot of fun, they are excellent for helping your preschooler work on their hand-eye coordination, their fine motor skills, and so much more!
Add a little alphabet practice into the mix and you’ve got a fantastic activity to use in your home preschool that your little ones are going to love!
From A to Z, this printable pack includes a separate page for every uppercase letter of the alphabet.
You can use them as is, by themselves, add them to your preschool alphabet book if you’re making one with your child, or even as a supplement to a letter of the week curriculum if you’d prefer.
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Now, we love using ours with our Do-A-Dot markers, or bingo daubers, along with some crayons so that we can color the picture that is included on each page, but there are so many different ways that you can use these alphabet pages!
In the past, we’ve swapped out our dot markers for everything from circle shaped stickers and crayons to color the circles in, to circular magnets paired with a metal cookie sheet and, on occasion, we even break out some colored glass gems.
These are all great alternatives if you’d like to maintain the fine motor element to this activity while foregoing the mess and drying time that can sometimes accompany the use of dot markers.
All of these options are also great if you plan to laminate the pages so that they can be used over and over again! Just laminate each of the pages once they’re printed, hole punch them, and store them in a 3-ring binder for easy access.