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Counting Do-a-Dot Printable

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We are focusing on play based counting activities this month and this free counting do-a-dot printable is a great way to teach your toddler or preschooler about the numbers 1 - 10. 

counting do-a-dot free printable

Counting Do-A-Dot Free Printable

Do-a-Dots are a great way to explore numbers in a fun and play based way. We recently shared our alphabet do-a-dot printable and that was a huge hit! It's already one of our most downloaded items and members in our Facebook Group quickly asked for a number version as well.  

counting do a dot printable free worksheets 1 - 10

How to use your do-a-dot counting printable 

 
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. 
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Don't forget that we would love to see how you use these - share a picture in our Facebook Group or over on Instagram - use #myboredtoddler and follow @myboredtoddler so we can all see! 

Some more toddler activity ideas you might enjoy are: 

Counting Activities for Toddlers 

Toddler Counting Activities feature

Alphabet Do-a-Dot Printable 

 

 

Kathy

Wednesday 27th of April 2022

Really like the idea of using different "dots" to keep the activity fresh and interesting. Thanks.

Kelly Stefanacci

Friday 6th of November 2020

Thank you for sending this to me. I look forward to them for my class.

Amy

Tuesday 18th of August 2020

Thank you very much for your free printable dot sheets. My son is four and has ASD. With the COVID-19 school closures, he has also had much less therapy so I have been doing my best to maintain his skills in an effort to prevent any regression. I’m not a therapist, just a concerned mom. Your site and endless activities have been a blessing to me. Thank you so much.