These Alphabet Dot Painting activities are not only a great way for children to practice letter recognition, but they will also work on developing their hand and eye coordination and fine motors skills too.
This hands-on activity can be used as a quick and easy literacy center or as an independent activity for early finishers.
This no-prep activity is the perfect addition to your Letter of the Week Units or if you have a child who is practicing the letters in his or her name.
If you want to make this activity into a reusable center, laminate the Alphabet Dot Painting Worksheets, punch holes in the pages, and store them in a binder. Instead of using dot markers, you can place the printable on a magnetic cookie sheet and use round office magnets. You can also use dot stickers (like the ones that are used for garage sales), pom poms, or even cereal like Fruit Loops to fill in the circles.
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