To say that Pixie loves Do a Dot Printables is a gross understatement. She absolutely LOVES them and works on one every day. I try and find as many of them as I can when I’m preparing a theme for her. Below are just a handful of places I have sourced our printables from.
I found this board from The Alternative Family on Pinterest dedicated solely to Do a dot printables.
One afternoon while planning Pixie’s themes and looking for Do a dot printables, I stumbled across this explore board on Pinterest. It looks like it has found all the do a dot pins on pinterest and popped them into one category to choose from. I have spent ages going through these.
free do a dot printables from Some of the Best Things in Life are Mistakes
Here are some of my favorite free printables to use with Do a Dot markers. Click on the photo and it will take you directly to the website where you will find it. Try to leave a positive comment for the bloggers that created these and let them know you love their work!
Do-a-Dot Printables from Gift of Curiosity
Over time, I have offered a number of do-a-dot printables to Gift of Curiosity readers. Do-a-dot printables are great for practicing a variety of skills, including one-to-one correspondence. Do-a-dot printables can also be used to develop fine motor skills. Many of my do-a-dot printables packs include activities to support learning about shapes, colors, numbers, and letters as well.
I have also written a post with more than 15 ideas for using do-a-dot printables to support learning among children of many ages. You can find that post here if you need some inspiration for using these printables to keep your kids entertained and learning.
Preschool Do a Dot Printables from Crystal & Co
If you have a little one you are teaching at home, you are going to love these Preschool Do a Dot Printables!
Once a month we offer a free downloadable pack of preschool printables that encourage fine motor skill development, learning and fun.
Bingo Dauber Dot Art from DLTK
From time to time we did run out of dauber ink or we didn’t have a color we needed. We discovered many other things to glue into the little dots… cheerios, honeycombs and fruit loops (which you can nibble while you work), pennies (they get heavy though), pom poms (a big favourite) and circle stickers (smiley faces in the centers of flowers and sunshines are fun!). Once we started using Fruit Loops, dad really got into it — though he did more nibbling than helping *rolls her eyes*
Alphabet Coloring Pages: Bingo Dauber ABC’s also from DLTK
Even if you have a colour printer, I prefer the black and white version which the kids can colour in themselves…