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.)
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. 🙂
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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