One of my preschooler’s favorite after-school activities are coloring her Do-A-Dot Printable Worksheet coloring pages.
Even though it has been a month since she started, I still can’t believe my baby is in preschool! My baby! (Sniff, sniff.) From day one she was in her element. While many of the other two year olds were saying their tearful goodbyes, my girl sat right down at the arts and crafts table and started making a project. Casually waving goodbye to me while she painted, I was the only one who cried that day.
Now that we are in the groove of the school year, she sits with big sister and I at the table everyday after school and wants to do her “homework” too. (After all, she is in school just like sister so she wants homework too.) So I keep coming up with new things for her to do as homework. Our most recent obsession are Do-A-Dot worksheet pages.
My daughters LOVE the shimmer Do-A-Dot markers and animal stamps (below).
Do A Dot Art! Markers 6-Pack Rainbow Washable Paint MarkersDo A Dot Art! Markers 5-Pack Shimmer Washable Paint MarkersJungle Zoo Safari Stampers Self-ink Stamps
Do-A-Dot Printable Worksheet Coloring Pages
Fall-themed Do-A-Dot pages by From ABCs to ACTs
Katie @ Gift of Curiosity says
Thank you for sharing some of my do-a-dot printables with your readers!
What a fun way for kids to pass the time, my son will love these.
Great idea! Love all the themes, but wish you had space, zoo, circus, potato head themes.
Thank you for these. With my 3 kids at home for quarantine, this is the perfect activity for my Belle obsessed 3 year old!
Kathryn Osborne says
Thank you for allowing these to be printed at home. My Pre-K daughter is loving dot art right now and she loves practicing her alphabet and counting with these pages.
Thank you so much for sharing