There’s something about St. Patrick’s Day that kids absolutely love!
We’re not sure if it’s getting to wear green and maybe getting the chance to pinch their friends, or trying their best to catch a leprechaun in their traps, but whatever the reason, kids love this holiday!
If you’re looking for a fun mess-free activity for the kids this year you will want to check out these fun St. Patrick’s Day Do a Dot Printables.
Not only will they keep your kids busy, but they’ll also help reinforce educational skills as well.
It’s easy as download, print, and let your kids have fun while learning early math and reading skills over and over again.
Check out below what’s included in your 27-page bundle! And, if you want more do a dot printables check out all our fun worksheets.
Fun St. Patrick’s Day Dot Marker Printables
Dot Marker Art Printables
Kids love do a dot art pages, and who can blame them! In this pack, we have included 6 different images.
Included in this bundle are:
- Pot of gold
- Leprechaun hat
We know how much kids love to do these do a dots over and over again so we have created a black and white version (to save your color ink) and a full-color version.
With the black and white version, they can use their dot markers and then color the rest of the page however they would like.
If you choose to print the color version try laminating them for endless fun. We usually pick up some manipulatives to help kids with their fine motor skills of picking up and placing the objects in the circles.
Some great object ideas are bingo chips, pom pom balls, or small pieces of cereal. Doing things like this really helps strengthen those small muscles in the hand.
If you want to get really creative then you can grab a pair of kids’ tweezers and have your kids pick up the objects with tongs and place them within each circle. We guarantee kids will love doing this!
St. Patricks Dot the Letter Pages
This printable pack comes with 4 Dot the Letter Pages. This pack focus on the letters F, L, P, R, and S.
This is the perfect activity for your child to practice their letter recognition skills no matter if they are just learning letters or if they are more advanced in this skill.
The purpose of this activity is for your child to use the dot markers to dot all the upper and lower case letters that they find on the corresponding letter sheet.
By laminating these sheets your child can do them over and over again by using a dry erase marker. This is the perfect quiet activity for your child at home or in the classroom.
Do a Dot Number Pages
We have also included 5 number pages, perfect for kids learning their numbers.
On each page, your child will identify and dot the corresponding number. We have included numbers 1-5 in this activity pack.
If you want to use these again and again just grab some fun manipulatives and use those to mark each number on the page.
Do a Dot Fine Motor Practice
Did you know that each time your child holds the do a dot marker they are strengthening their fine motor skills and their pencil grip?
That is why we absolutely love these fine motor practice sheets!
With these sheets, your child will follow the pattern of the circles and dot each of them. Once complete, they will then go back with a pair of scissors and cut the line pattern.
If they’re not quite ready for cutting, they can also use a pencil to trace the dashed lines.
Kids have so much fun cutting out their line that they don’t even realize that they are working hard to develop their fine motor skills.
Graphing is a great beginning math skill for kids.
On this printable, your child will get to identify each object at the top and practice their counting skills to determine how many of that object there are.
Once they count them, they will then dot them on the graph and write the number on the blank line.
This printable helps with counting, graphing, and the concept of less, more, and the same.
We love using this sheet over and over again by laminating it and using manipulatives.
The maze printable helps children identify a pattern and follow directions as they help the leprechaun find their way by dotting all the shamrocks on the pattern to the pot of gold.
You can easily make these reusable as well by laminating and then covering with a manipulative or using a dry erase marker.
If it is snack time we will sometimes give the kids small pieces of cereal to mark the path and then once it is marked they can eat their snack. Lucky Charms is the perfect cereal for this!
The last sheet included in this St. Patrick’s Day printable set. is shape identification where your child will get to identify the correct shape that matches the shape in the leprechaun hat.
This is the perfect printable to help with shape identification and matching objects.
When your child uses all these St. Patrick’s Day Do a Dot activities, they will be strengthening their fine motor skills, practicing important beginning math and reading skills all while having a ton of fun!
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