I don't know about you, but my kids LOVE dot markers. I can get them to do just about anything if they can use a dot marker. This set of worksheets will get your kids practicing their language skills in no time! If bingo daubers are too messy, these can also be completed with bingo chips.
If you'd like a no-print version, this can also be saved as a PDF in iBooks on the iPad, and can be completed on the iPad by taking a screenshot of the page you would like to complete, and opening it in a drawing app!
This pack targets 5 areas of language, including: vocabulary, grammar, WH-questions, phonemic awareness, and social skills. Multiple skills are addressed in each area.
Dot Your Decision: These are questions/prompts with two possible answer choices listed. Students can use a dot marker to make their choice.
Follow the Dots: These are “game board”-like worksheets with prompts/questions that have multiple possible answers. Students should provide one answer per dot, then mark the dot.
Dot by Color: This worksheet provides 3 prompts, and multiple answers. Students should use the key to dot each choice with the appropriate color marker.
Dot the Right Duo: This worksheet has questions/prompts paired with an answer. Students should dot the pairs that are correct.
This is over 100 pages of dot activities