Free Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures

Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners learning their ABCs. Little ones will have fun while they practice letter recognition, build fine motors skills and develop their hand-eye coordination. These cute and engaging alphabet printables are FREE!

This Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures pack includes 26 pages. One letter is featured per page. Each page has the same layout so it is easy for kids to follow along and know what to do. There is an uppercase letter on the top left of the page. In the middle there is a a picture that begins with the corresponding letter and beneath it is the name.

Materials

  • Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures (click on the link below for your copy)
  • Bingo Daubers (bingo markers)
free preschool do-a-dot abc pictures

Simple and Easy to Use

These Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures require no prep. You simply print the letter you need and use it with your kids. For kids just beginning to learn the alphabet, point to the letter and name it. Ask your child to identify the picture. For example, for the “R” page, name the letter “R”. Next, ask your child to name the picture, “Rocket”. You may then say something along the lines of “Yes, R is for Rocket”. Encourage your child to repeat after you. Finally, have your child use the bingo markers to dot each circle on the picture.

For children who can do this independently, model how to complete the activity. Identify the featured letter, name the picture, then point to and read aloud the name. Finally, dab the circles with a bingo marker.

If your child enjoy these pages you should check out these Free Do-A-Dot Alphabet Printables.

Tips and Ideas

If you do not have bingo markers on hand you can use anything that can fit within the circles. Here is a list of some other supplies you can use to complete these Free Do-A-Dot Alphabet Pictures:

  • Pompoms
  • Mini Erasers
  • Bingo Chips
  • Unifix cubes
  • Glass beads

Do-A-Dot Alphabet Printables

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