Each of these Do-A-Dot worksheets features a number (with corresponding number of dots), a ten frame (with corresponding number of dots), and a 5 by 5 area that has numbers, number words, and ten frames. The students mark the dots on the number, the ten frame, and then go through the grid area to find the number, number word, and ten frame that correspond to the number.
You will get 10 worksheets and 10 answer keys for those worksheets for quick checking.
Other Ideas: While these are “Do-A-Dot” worksheets and perfect for use with do a dot markers (also called Bingo markers, Bingo daubers, or dot markers) there are a lot of other ways you can use them. You can have students color the dots with markers, highlighters (this is a fun one), or crayons. You can also have them use stickers or even finger paint (though a lot messier). They can also be laminated and used over and over again with play dough, dry erase markers, clear Bingo chips, or even pom poms.