10 Fun & Free Do-A-Dot Printables

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If you’ve never experienced the magic of Do-A-Dot markers, then you are missing out. Do-A-Dots (as they’re known on the street) are sponge tip applicator markers that are great for young kids, and basically produce perfect circles when you use them. So basically, they are bingo markers for kids:

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Do-A-Dot markers are fun and a good spin on traditional coloring. You can find them in most craft stores and I often find them discounted at places like TJMaxx and Home Goods (they are a bit pricier than traditional markers). The best part is kids can use pre-made templates to “color” with! I’ve found a great collection of free printables that you will all enjoy, so keep scrolling!

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1. Alphabet Dot Pages

Use your do-a-dots for the greater good and help teach the kiddos their alphabet. This fun collection of alphabet pages will not only teach your kids their letters, but associated animals to go with it. If you love these, you can also find lower case letters too!

Check out TheMeasuredMom.com to get the complete collection for free!

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2. Annual Calendar

This calendar is a great way to start teaching your kids about the days and months of the year. You can talk about special days and holidays, counting, days of the week and all while creating fun color themes and patterns as you dot off the days.

Head over to 1plus1plus1equals1.net to download this free 12 month printable!

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3. Planets

This pack of printables is SO comprehensive, boasting planets, aliens, stars and more! Your kids won’t even notice they’re learning while they dot away.

To download this free pack, get over to GiftOfCuriosity.com, where you’ll also find tons of other seasonal do-a-dot packs too!

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at Red Tricycle
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the managing editor at Red Tri. I get to share my life with my husband of 13 years and our beautiful, 5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!
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