Easter Do A Dot printables are a fun way to entertain the kids and teach them at the same time!
We love it when we can sneak learning into our activities and these worksheets are a great way to do that.
These Easter printables are perfect for doing at home or in the classroom with older toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten children.
Be sure to check out all of our fun do a dot printables here.
Easter Dot Marker Worksheets
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Inside our Easter worksheet bundle, we’ve included 12 pages of Easter themed dot marker coloring pages.
There’s the option to print them in full color or black and white. The dot marker pages feature a bunny, chick, sheep, ladybug, bee and Easter egg.
Additionally, we have 4 educational pages to teach them valuable skills!
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Skills Kids Work On With These Printables
If you want even more learning, have your kids work on the B is for Bunny worksheet. On this page, kids will learn to recognize capital B and lowercase b as they dot each one that they find!
If your kids need more help with scissor skills, have them cut out the dotted lines on our bunny cutting practice worksheet. If they’re not quite at that level yet, you can also have them trace the dotted lines with a pencil or marker.
Introduce little ones to math and graphing with our Easter graphing printable.
With this worksheet, kids will find the number of each object at the top of the box and use the do a dot markers to fill out the simple graph below. Once they’ve filled out the graph, they can write the number in the blank space provided.
Finally, keep working on counting and number recognition with our dot counting worksheet. Kids will love at the colorful Easter sheep, count them and use the dot marker to color in the correct number!
We think your kids or students will love this Easter dot worksheet set!
Besides all of these awesome skills, kids also work a ton on fine motor skills. Every time they use the dot markers they’ll also be working on hand-eye coordination as well.
What To Use In Place Of Dot Markers
If you don’t have do a dot markers or you just don’t feel like using them, we have a few other ideas for you too!
Bingo chips make a great substitution too! You can print off the colored version of these worksheets, then laminate them for use over and over again.
You can also pick up some pom poms and use those with laminated or unlaminated sheets.
Don’t have any of those items at home? Why not get creative and see what you can find in your pantry?
Items like beans and cereal can work as well. Just be sure that your little one doesn’t try to eat them!
More Fun Easter Ideas For Kids
Easter Bunny Do A Dot Freebie
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