There are a few things that remain classics at our house: stamp sets, pretend play animals and sets, good books, pattern blocks.
And Do a Dots.
For 8+ years, my children have each loved Do a Dots and the many activities you can do with them.
Not only are they a fun past time, but they can be an incredible learning tool as well! But that’s a post for another day. 😉
Even though my 6-year-old Kindergartner is past learning all of her letters, she still enjoyed working on this set of Alphabet Do a Dot Pages!
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Alphabet Do a Dot Pages
This set of Alphabet Do a Dot Pages is separated into upper and lowercase letters. When you open the file, you’ll see that the 26 uppercase letters are first, and the 26 lowercase letters are last in the file.
This was intentional so you could easily print all of the uppercase or lowercase at one time.
On each alphabet page, you’ll find one letter, one sentence about the letter, and one picture that your child can color if they choose.
For example, with the letter F, you’ll find a Do a Dot letter F, “F is for farm” sentence, and a picture of a farm to color.
Each of the uppercase and lowercase letters have a different image representing the letter sound.
Don’t forget the Do A Dots!
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Ideas for Using Alphabet Do a Dot Pages
Need a few ideas for using these pages? Here you go!
— Use these pages in the obvious way: Do a Dot the letter and then color the picture.
— This is the perfect supplement to a Letter of the Week curriculum! Just pull out the letter(s) you’ll be studying and add these pages to your daily routine.
— Have a child that is unsure of their letter sounds? Use these as a review.
— After your child completes all of the pages, keep them up as posters around your school room or organize them from A to Z on the floor.
— Focus on one particular letter sound – /b/ for example – and then find all the thing around the house that start with the /b/ sound. Make it a game and whoever finds the most wins!
— Not a fan of Do a Dots? Use buttons, small stickers, Skittles (my fave!), or any other small manipulative you have on hand. If you choose to use manipulatives, you can use these pages over and over without having to print more.
— Are you a teacher? These would fit beautifully into a Preschool or Kindergarten classroom! Use during your morning time, circle time, one-on-one intervention, literacy centers, or for early finishers. Endless possibilities!
Favorite Alphabet Books
Since I have 4 kiddos with one due any day, we have read our fair share of Alphabet books! The following have been the main staples in our home.
Go check them out at your library!
Dr. Seuss’ ABC Book – Dr. Seuss
This is and always will be our favorite Alphabet Book! We all know it by heart.
ABC Word Book – Richard Scarry
We’re huge Richard Scarry fans, and this is a unique ABC book. It includes a few digraphs too for your eager little learners. Love it!
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom – Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault
No Alphabet book list is complete without this book! A classic that is still read over and over at our house!
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