Do your kids love do-a-dot markers? Grab these alphabet dot and color pages to exercise those fine motor skills while learning about letters at the same time!
Just print the pages and grab some do-a-dot markers. That’s it!
Actually, you don’t need do-a-dot markers – any mark-making implement will do…. stamps, stickers, little paintbrushes, glitter glue pens… whatever you have!
To get lots of re-use, laminate the pages and use dry erase markers or crayons with them.
Using these alphabet pages
- Dot the circles making up the letter. If you can encourage your child to do it in the correct stroke order that would be an added bonus!
- Talk about the letter name and the sound it makes. Does it make another sound when standing next to a specific letter? Such as ‘a’ (as in apple) becoming ‘ah’ (as in car).
- Look at the pictures and say the words. Can they hear the beginning sound clearly?
- Trace the words if their fine motor skills and level of concentration is up to it, otherwise just color the pictures. This is good for their fine motor skills, too.
Download your alphabet dot and color printable here!
Click on the following highlighted words to download your Alphabet Dot and Color Pages. They will immediately be sent to your downloads folder or other device equivalent.
Looking for more?
- Alphabet Activity Books (A-E free)
- Alphabet Cut and Paste (A-Z free)
- Alphabet Spinners with Beginning Sounds (A-F free)
- Alphabet Punch Cards with Beginning Sounds (A-F free)
- Alphabet Butterfly Matching Cards (A-Z free)
The full A-Z alphabet dot and color pack can be purchased at my Teachers Pay Teachers Store. They contain both upper and lower case letters.