Whether your family goes camping during the summer or at other times of the year, you’ll want to use these camping do a dot printables when you’re back at home.
They’re engaging and can help your child learn skills in a way that’s fun and easy!
We recommend them for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten aged children. Just print them out and let the kids do them during quiet time.
Check out all the great ways your kids can use these camping printables.
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Camping Do A Dot Worksheets
Inside this printable pack, we’ve got worksheets that can help your child with subjects like letter recognition, counting, sight words and creativity!
Dot marker art printables are a classic option for a reason – they’re so much fun for kids! These printables are simple and can even be used with toddlers learning how to use dot markers.
We’ve included 7 unique coloring pages including a lamp, acorn, campfire, compass, hedgehog, tree stump and tent.
There’s a full color version or a black and white version if you want to save ink.
Besides using them with dot markers, you can also laminate them and use them with other objects such as buttons, pom poms, cereal, beans, and more!
These other objects make it more versatile and novel, plus you can suit them to your child’s current fine motor ability.
Inside this pack, there are also 5 letter printables that focus on the letters B, C, F, M and T.
With these worksheets, kids dot every circle where they find the specified letter. For each worksheet there’s the capital and lower case letter so children can focus on recognizing both.
If you want to try these out in a different way, you can also have your child color in the circles or stamp them.
For repeated use, laminate them and then use a dry erase marker to fill them in or X them out.
If your child is working on learning numbers, this section is perfect for them!
Just like the letter printables, these worksheets focus on finding the numbers 1-5. In the top right-hand corner, there is also a visual representation of the number so kids can count them.
Again, to make this fun for repeated use, try some of the other ways to fill them in or use something like these bingo counters.
Sight Word Worksheets
Whether your child is learning sight words in kindergarten or you want them to have a headstart, these camping sight word worksheets are perfect for little outdoor fanatics!
These printables focus on the sight words a, and, of and the.
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