With the help of these adorably cute dot-to-dot printables, kids will enjoy practicing making the uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters. Bingo dauber markers are not only enjoyable to use, but they are also excellent for developing 1:1 correspondence, strengthening hand muscles, and learning your ABCs when used with these worksheets. These printable alphabets are excellent for teaching pupils of toddler, preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten age their letters from a to z. Just print the dot-to-dot worksheets from the pdf file, get your bingo markers, and you’re ready to play and learn.
Alphabet Dot Printables
These no prep dot marker printables are great for helping young children practice letter recognition and fine motor skills, whether you’re a parent, teacher, or homeschooler. These printable alphabet worksheets are ideal for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and toddlers. Dot markers in any color you choose and the free printable dot-to-dot worksheets are all you need for these low prep dot-to-dot activities. Use these in literacy centers, for extra practice, while you learn at home, during the summer, or as part of an alphabet or letter-of-the-week curriculum.
Free Printables for Abc Markers
The excitement starts here. Preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders can complete these no-prep free worksheets in a variety of methods.
Give your kids or classmates one worksheet page at a time to complete. First, make sure they understand how to use the bingo daubers; they might need a piece of blank paper to practice on. The uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet can then be created on the paper by dabbing the dots. There is a photo that starts with the same letter at the top of the page. They can also practice coloring in that picture and reading this little line.
Numbers worksheets are included in another post
Free Printable Alphabet Dots
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by one of the 26 black and white alphabet pages included in this set of free bingo dauber printables. No colored ink is necessary. Each page of the book focuses on a different letter of the alphabet. Once finished, you can keep the pages together and easily flip through them by using a hole punch and a c clip or binder ring.
Numbers worksheets are included in another post in the website here.