Young children love these animal do a dot printables! They’re a great indoor activity for when you can’t get outside or when you need an independent activity for your child to do.
Inside our animal do a dot printable pack we’ve loaded it with 29 pages of fun! These worksheets are fun for older toddlers, preschool, pre k and kindergarten children.
Check out all the easy activities below.
Be sure to check out all of our fun do a dot printables here.
Dot Marker Coloring Pages
Of course, you have to include dot marker coloring pages, right?!
We have 6 cute animals included in this animal do a dot set:
There are two options for these pages. You can print them in full color or you can print them in black and white.
The black and white version is great if you just want to print off and let the kids dot away. They can also color the animal with crayons or markers when they’re done.
The color version is great for reusing. We suggest laminating them and then using other manipulatives to cover all the circles.
Here are a few ideas of things you can use instead of dot markers:
- pom poms
- bingo chips
Just be sure to supervise any kids who may try to eat the objects you give them to cover the circles.
Do A Dot Counting Pages
We’ve included ten dot marker counting pages for kids to work on counting! These are all in black and white.
On each sheet, there are three areas. The first, on the left, is the number. Kids will dab all of the circles in the number then say the number.
After that, they’ll use the marker to dab the correct number of animals on the right side of the sheet.
Finally, they’ll use the tens frame box on the bottom to dab the correct number of boxes.
If you want to make these reusable you can as well. Laminate them and then use a manipulative to cover the number circles and some colored dry erase markers for the animals and tens frame.
Find The Letter Printables
There are also six find the letter printables for kids to enjoy. On each page there is the letter along with an animal that begins with that letter.
Kids will use their dabbers to dot every uppercase or lowercase designated letter they can find on the page.
We have included the letters and animals below:
- C is for crocodile
- E is for elephant
- F is for fox
- H is for hippo
- M is for moose
- S is for seal
Free Printable Color By Dot Page
Lastly, we’ve added a color by dot page. For this printable, your child dots each animal in the picture with the correct color listed in the key.
If your child is old enough to read or knows colors by sight, you can let them complete this worksheet by themselves.
If they are not able to read, simply fill in the key with the correct color in each circle, and then let your child complete the page!
These printables are a simple and quick way to keep your kids entertained and learning. You can get the entire pack below. If you want to try out a sample first, be sure to enter your email in the form at the end of the page to get a free color by dot worksheet.
More Animal Ideas
Animals are a great source of fascination and intrigue for kids. By creating an animal unit study, you can keep the fun and learning going all year long!
As your children explore the world of animals, they’ll learn about different species and have a blast doing hands-on activities like arts and crafts, printables, and activities. Below are some of our favorite ideas.
Animal Books For Kids
Reading aloud is a great way to spend time with kids and help them learn. When kids hear stories, they can imagine the characters and the world they live in. This helps kids understand ideas and events that may be new to them.
Books also provide kids with new vocabulary words. As kids hear these words used in context, they are more likely to remember them and use them themselves. Whether you’re reading a classic tale or a new favorite, reading aloud is a great way to share the power of books with kids.
Try adding in some of these most-loved animal books for kids:
The Fascinating Animal Book For Kids is a great book for curious kiddos! Find facts on almost any animal your child is learning about. This is a great resource to have in your home library collection.
The View At The Zoo is a silly book about all the animals at the zoo. When the people come to take a look at the animals, they see all sorts of sights! But, there’s a twist to this book that you have to read for yourself and laugh about!
Giraffes Can’t Dance is a sweet and fun book about Gerald the Giraffe. He can’t dance, but doesn’t stop trying! He finally finds his own rhythm when he meets an unlikely friend.
Animal Crafts For Kids
Craft-making is more than just a fun activity to pass the time with your kids. It’s an opportunity for children to engage in hands-on learning and develop important skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.
When children create something with their own two hands, they learn problem-solving, patience, and perseverance. It’s also a great way to boost their self-esteem, as they can proudly showcase their work to friends and family!
Tissue Paper Polar Bear Craft – This polar bear craft is perfect for kids! Not only is it a fun way to learn about animals, but it’s also great for developing fine motor skills. Plus, who can resist those adorable bears?
Elephant Paper Bag Puppet Craft – This elephant craft is a fun and easy craft for kids that encourages pretend play and imagination. All you need is a paper bag, some paper, and a few simple supplies. Your child will love bringing this adorable elephant to life!
Lion Headband Craft – This lion craft is perfect for kids who love animals, and it’s a great way to teach them about the zoo. The project is simple enough that children of all ages can participate, and it’s a lot of fun to make these adorable headbands.
Sloth Handprint Craft – This cute sloth craft is perfect for kids of all ages! All they need to do is draw around their hand and cut it out – then the real fun begins. Print out our downloadable sloth template and let your little ones get creative with their handprints. They’ll love bringing this sleepy sloth to life!
Kids’ Animal Activities
Combine a little fun and learning with zoo animal worksheets. Kids can take a walk on the wild side and learn about their favorite animals by practicing letter recognition, animal matching, and more.
Your kids will have a roaring time learning new skills with these animal-themed worksheets. Just print them out and watch your kids go wild!
Want to give your kids a claw-some learning experience? Our crab worksheets are the perfect way to mix up learning and play.
Your little ones will work on some fundamental skills, such as handwriting and gluing, all while having fun! So if you’re looking for some engaging learning activities, let your kids scuttle on over to our crab worksheets.
These bee cutting practice worksheets will have your kids buzzing with excitement! Not only are the images of bees super cute, but these worksheets will help kids hone their hand-eye coordination and cutting skills. Buzz on over and download our free templates to get started, and let your kids fly into the fun!
Take your kids on a fun-filled adventure with our fox coloring pages! These pages are great for little ones who need a simple and entertaining activity to keep them busy.
Each page has a fox illustration and an easy sentence for kids to read – making them the perfect way to encourage their creative skills while learning.
Monday 21st of June 2021
is there an option to buy just one of the activities out of the set?
Monday 21st of June 2021
Hi Paige! Sorry, but they’re only sold together in the set.
Thursday 18th of February 2021
I'm not seeing anywhere to get the complete package of worksheets?
Thursday 18th of February 2021
You can get them here https://shop.simpleeverydaymom.com/products/animal-do-a-dot-worksheets?