Hi everyone! I know a lot of you have been looking for some more fun do-a-dot activities for your preschoolers! And after publishing the A-Z Do-a-Dot worksheets, I had quite a few requests for a numbers version, so here it is!

 

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Pairing these worksheets with colorful do-a-dot markers are a fun way to help students learn numbers 1 through 20.

For those of you who don’t know, do what they are, do-a-dot markers are basically like old style bingo dabbers. But now they come in all sorts of fun colors, even glitter and pastels!

I have my students place one dot in each circle to create the shape of the number. Here is the Teeny Tot using them on her Letter Q preschool activities so you can see what I’m talking about.

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Alternate uses:

  • Have students place the paper on a magnetic tray, then place one magnet in each circle.
  • Have students put one sticker in each circle. (The tiny star or happy face stickers work best.)
  • Have students color or paint each circle.
  • At the end of the activity, have students count how many circles it took to create each number.

Here’s a sample of how you would use the magnets. Click here to see how we made our own pom-pom magnets. (The tray is from a KidWords Activity kit I found at a used curriculum fair.)

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I hope you enjoy the 1-20 Do-a-Dot worksheets!

Happy Wednesday!

14 Comments

  1. Hello. I’m homeschooling our daughter in Spanish, I need to make the do a dot worksheets because I cannot find any in SPanish, can you point me in the right direction? I do not know how to make them. Thanks!

    lili

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