Looking for some super cute dot letter worksheets to help children learn letter formation and letter shapes? I have made several versions of these alphabet dauber printables free activities and ideas below.
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Alphabet bingo dauber worksheets
The best part about these alphabet dauber activities is that kids get to form the letter using bingo markers.
If you haven’t started using these super cool markers with your students, I’m telling you, they are going to go bananas for them.
These dot marker alphabet cards are so versatile, I use them in task boxes or morning tubs.
I often take these markers our and have the kids go over letters in freestyle, however recently with all the font styles out there, thankfully, you can create these alphabet bingo sheets in no time.
My favorite bingo sheets included below are definitely sheets I consistently use for morning work, independent work and more.
Dot Letter Worksheets
These dot letter worksheets are super simple to prep. I like having the puzzles laminated and used with pom poms too!
There are so many ways to use them.
What you will need to use these cards:
If you want to work on one letter at a time or add these to your letter of the week program, that’s an easy way to play as well!
I cut the pieces up to make ‘self-correcting’ puzzles.
Essentially, the uppercase letter B goes with the lowercase letter b. And the puzzles match up.
Like the image above displays. Have the kids complete each puzzle piece and use the bingo daubers to follow the path and form the letter.
They will then match the lowercase letter ‘b’ to complete the puzzle.
They continue to do this until they’ve formed the letters you would like to work on.
If you want both the upper and lowercase letters on one page along with a picture, check out these super cute A to Z alphabet dot marker sheets.
The best way to enjoy these dot marker pages is to also teach kids how to hold their markers.
How to improve pencil grip
Kids need to learn all the basics of holding a pencil. It will also teach you how to hold a pencil for different purposes like drawing, writing, and coloring.
In this lesson, we talk about you how to teach a child to hold a pencil properly so that their hand does not get tired and hurt.
I will also teach you how to teach kids to hold a pencil when drawing or coloring.
Kids learn how to hold a pencil from the adults around them. The better the parents are at holding their pencils, the better their kids will be.
They watch and observe and then copy your movements.
So, if you want your child to have good handwriting, start by mimicking good handwriting habits yourself.
Check out this correct pencil grip poster from PLD literacy on TPT, it’s free to download:
I love this pencil grip poster also from First Grade with Mrs Caine. She includes this as a pencil shaped bookmark.
Finally, you can improve pencil grip by giving kids ample opportunities to develop these skills with bingo markers and dot markers.
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Dot Letter Worksheets PDF
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