Hello readers! Today is reader choice printables! Okay, so I just made that term up, but really I’ve had soooooo many requests for all of my alphabet do-a-dot pages in one download that I was extremely compelled to make them for you all. :o)

So, for all of you who emailed me asking for the whole alphabet do-a-dot pages in one easy download…this one’s for you!


That’s right, I put the whole alphabet (upper and lowercase) do-a-dot pages in one nice download! Previously they were separated out in my preschool alphabet activities by letter, so you had to download one at a time…pain I know.

Here is a close-up of one of the pages, each one has both the uppercase and lowercase letters for your students to do.


–> Click here to download the A-Z Do-a-dot Worksheets! <–


Don’t know what “do-a-dot” worksheets are? I’ll let the Teeny Tot show you.



We use these pages with very fun and colorful Do-A-Dot Markers. The pages are great for working on hand-eye coordination, fine-motor skills, and one-to-one correspondence skills. Plus they’re just super fun!



You can dot them all then add them to a 3-ring binder so your student has a colorful handmade alphabet book to review later as well!

Alternate ideas:

  • Stickers: Have students place one sticker per dot
  • Color: Use colored pencils or markers to color in each dot
  • Magnets: You can even use them with button magnets on a cookie sheet!
  • Paint: Have students paint each circle.

Happy Do-A-Dotting!


  1. This is a great activity for PK Sunday School. The girls look for ward to them . They may miss the dot , but thet are learning colors , painting , leters..,and reinforcing the Bible story . Love this and thank you.

    Linda Deavours
  2. Hi!
    I am a PK 4 teacher and during the current COVID crisis I am implementing virtual learning activities via YouTube (a platform that all of my students are proficient with). Can I have permission to use this product in a YouTube video for our classroom YouTube channel? I would include a link to your site. Some of our newest “home school” would benefit some of your other resources to help their children and pass this difficult time at home! Thank you so much for understanding! I look forward to hearing from you soon!
    -Lauren Perez
    PK4 ESL teacher 🙂

    Lauren T Perez
    1. Hi Lauren,
      Yes, you’re welcome to use any of my FREE printables for your class. I just ask that you link to my file for your families to download it, don’t host the file on your own server. Hope you enjoy them!

  3. Thank you so much for your resources for dot marker letters. My little girl loved them (2 year old), great worksheets for a little one to have fun with during the civic-19 isolation. Thank you again xx

  4. Thanks for sharing, unfortunately we don’t have those specific do a dot markers here in Brazil, it seems nice I’ve never seen one of these here but I’m going to use reggular washable ink and finger tip with my kids. thanks


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