What child doesn’t love space? There’s something so enticing about outer space, planets and astronauts!
We’ve made these fun space do a dot printables to help engage the kids and work on necessary skills.
These printables are great for working on fine motor skills, counting, number recognition, letter recognition and more!
They’re ideal for preschool, pre k and kindergarten children. You can even use them with older toddlers. Check out all the fun printables included in this set!
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Printable Outer Space Activities
Inside this space do a dot printable pack, we’ve loaded it with fun activities kids will enjoy! There are 28 pages that target a variety of skills.
All you need are a set of dot markers and you’re ready!
Dot Marker Printables
Every do a dot printable set needs these fun dot marker worksheets. Choose from black and white for kids to color in or full color.
Kids work on fine motor skills as they try to center their dot markers in every white circle.
If you want to reuse these printables, make sure to laminate them first and then use another way to mark the pages like any of the following:
- pom poms
- bingo chips
Letter Recognition Printables
We’ve also included five different letter recognition printables for the letters A, E, M, N and S.
These printables have both the uppercase and lowercase letters on the page with a key that tells them which color to dot each one.
If you have a child who can’t read, simply dot the key at the bottom for them and let them find all the same letters in the worksheet.
This is a great way to help kids learn to distinguish uppercase letters from lowercase letters.
Do A Dot Counting Pages
Have a child who is learning numbers? These do a dot counting pages are perfect for them!
Kids will use their dot markers to find all the specific numbers on each page. These printables include numbers 1-10.
Dot The Number Page
We’ve also included a dot the number page, which is an introduction to graphing. Kids will use their dot markers to dot the correct number of circles for each object pictured.
Like the other pages, if you want to reuse this page, be sure to laminate it first. You can use a dry erase marker to fill in the circles or “x” out the number of circles for each one.
These space worksheets are a fun and simple way to keep your kids learning and having fun!
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