Dot Marker, Bingo Daubers & Do A Dot printables and activities that are engaging and educational for preschool, Kindergarten and 1st Graders. Move beyond the simple dot-the-circle printables and discover some fun and free dot marker printables perfect for PK1 Kids!

This week I set out on a mission to find some unique Dot Marker printables!

Dot Markers, Do-A-Dot, Bingo Daubers – they all seem like perfect fun for PK1 Kids, which is why I was surprised that my 4 year old wasn’t too thrilled with the typical make-a-mark-in-all-these-circles printables that are all over Pinterest. I of course saw this as a challenge, and went on the hunt for some more engaging dot marker printables.

While doing my research (as in, printing boat loads of dot printables and dotting our way through them) I had a brilliant idea. And you know those are pretty celebratory considering the muddled state my mommy brain is usually in! I wanted to make the whole dot markers thing more exciting, so I got out a white crayon and tried a little experiment. It worked and it was awesome!

So as a result, I’ve made for you some Hidden Messages Valentines! Just use a white crayon to write the message and when your child uses the dot markers the hidden message will appear. Super fun! This is a free download, just click the blue Add To Cart button and complete the checkout. It’s pretty simple and though I require your email address, it doesn’t require a newsletter signup (although you might want to sign up for my weekly email.)

Dot Marker Hidden Message Valentines

Dot Marker Hidden Message Valentines

 

Ok folks, let’s get this round-up started! Here are some pictures of our Top 10 Dot Marker Printables along with the links below. 🙂

Roll and covers are super fun and approved by my 4 year old. It feels like a game, the dot marker stamping is engaging, and the thought process of connecting the number on the dice to the numeral on the page is helpful. This cute kitty was just plain fun! (#)

Roll and covers are super fun and approved by my 4 year old. It feels like a game, the dot marker stamping is engaging, and the thought process of connecting the number on the dice to the numeral on the page is helpful. This cute kitty was just plain fun! (#)

 

 

This was a fun game played in a pair. I think it would have been more fun to play if each person had their own board and was racing against each other. (#2)

This was a fun game played in a pair. I think it would have been more fun to play if each person had their own board and was racing against each other. (#2)

 

These were great hidden picture printables perfect for younger kids learning number recognition. I liked how there were quite a few printables in the download. (#3)

These were great hidden picture printables perfect for younger kids learning number recognition. I liked how there were quite a few printables in the download. (#3)

 

This printable is really simple but super effective. You can use any custom dice to practice whatever you're teaching, or work on simple number recognition like we did. You're "racing to the top" and seeing which item gets to the top first. (#6)

This printable is really simple but super effective. You can use any custom dice to practice whatever you’re teaching, or work on simple number recognition like we did. You’re “racing to the top” and seeing which item gets to the top first. (#6)

 

I really like these letter hunt worksheets! A great use for a dot marker and the download includes a page for each letter of the alphabet. (#9)

I really like these letter hunt worksheets! A great use for a dot marker and the download includes a page for each letter of the alphabet. (#9)

 

These printables really bring some more educational fun to using dot markers and I think you’ll love them. Enjoy my Top 10 list and we’ll see ya next week! 

1 What A Cat! Roll And Color from Little Miss Hypothesis

2 Race To 50 from Peace Love Learning

3 Mystery Image Game from One Beautiful Home

4 Alphabet Mazes from 1 Plus 1 Plus 1 Equals 1

5 Skip Counting Mazes from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

6 Spring Race To The Top Game from Pre-K Pages

7 Superhero Graphing Set from Life Over C’s

8 Printable Bingo Cards from Design Eat Repeat

9 K4 Letter Hunt Worksheets from Confessions Of A Homeschooler

10 Which Is More? (a FREE center for comparing numbers to 30) from Jessica Travis

 

 

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