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Alphabet Do-a-Dot Printable

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This alphabet do-a-dot printable is a great toddler activity idea to learn about the letters of the alphabet.

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Alphabet Do-A-Dot Free Printable 

We have been getting a lot of requests for toddler learning activities and these printable do-a-dot letters are great for the toddler and preschool age group.

There are lots of different ways that you can play with these.

  • Do-a-Dot Markers (I recommend these ones, sometimes the cheaper brands stain!) Let you  toddler use the pens to dot the letters
    do a dot markers
  • Pom Poms - get some good glue (like this kind) and have your child glue on the pom poms to the dots (supervision required)
  • Stickers - get circle stickers - great for fine motor skills!
  • Counters -for older children they can use round counters like these to place on the dots
  • Laminate them and use them as playdough mats.

If you are pre schooling at home you'll definitely find these helpful 🙂

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Get your Alphabet Dot Sheets

FREE PRINTABLE
Get your free printable alphabet do-a -dot workbook 
- 26 black and white printable pages 
- great for do-a-dot pens, stickers or pom poms 
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I'd love to see what you decide to do with yours! Share a picture in our Facebook Group or over on Instagram - follow @myboredtoddler and use #myboredtoddler so we can all see.

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FREE PRINTABLE
Get your free printable alphabet do-a -dot workbook 
- 26 black and white printable pages 
- great for do-a-dot pens, stickers or pom poms 
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Kathy

Monday 14th of March 2022

So much hard work on your part. Soooo many BLESSINGS for my part. Thanks for making learning fun.

Dorcas Geddam

Wednesday 17th of February 2021

Good Thank you for this website. Helps me to teach my 2 year old and 5 year old