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Many of you have asked when the dot sticker pages will be complete… so here you are! You might notice that some of the pages are different from their originals. I improved them and worked to format them so they are more uniform. As I have time I’ll be updating the original posts to include these printables.
What can you do with dot sticker pages?
We like to use round office stickers to fill in the dots.
Do-a-dot markers are also popular.
If you’d like to make the pages reusable, laminate them (we love our laminator!), punch holes in the pages, and store them in a binder. When you want to do one, take it out and use round office magnets on a magnetic baking tray. We also like pom poms hot glued to small magnets. Small round candy and cereal work too!
Get your free uppercase dot pages!
Get your free lowercase dot pages!
Did you know?Members get dozens of printables for teaching the alphabet … plus thousands more printables for teaching literacy and math to children in PreK to third grade!
Alphabet Curriculum for Preschool
Our curriculum includes lessons for teaching both upper and lowercase letter names and sounds. You’ll get three lessons per letter, built-in review, simple handwriting practice, rhyming, syllable counting, phonemic awareness, and a whole lot more!
I’ve been looking for these! A fellow teacher had some and didn’t remember where she got them. I have other activities of yours and just found these. Thank you for such for sharing!!! Know my 3Y will love them!!
You’re very welcome, Diane!
Good day. Can I have the free download for Dot Pages A-Z for Uppercase? Thanks
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. You’ll find the link in the post above. The link for uppercase dot pages says, “Get the entire set in one download HERE.” The text is brown. Enjoy the pages!
Thank you so much for sharing these. I’ve been trying to find a fun way to teach my 2.5 year old the alphabet, and I can’t wait to try these out!
You’re very welcome, Ashley! Thank you so much for the kind words!
If you laminate it, can you resue the office dot stickers ? Thanks
Hi Jessica! I don’t think dot stickers would work really well after you use them on laminate. I think they’d be hard to peel off.
My daughter love this so much!!!! we did it with button and dot stiker. but i can’t download F letter, would you fix it, please….. Thank you so much
It downloads fine for me – try one of these tips. One of them usually works! https://www.themeasuredmom.com/how-to-download-free-files/
These are incredibly beautiful! Thank you so very much for your hard work and for sharing. My littly will LOVE these!
I’m so glad you can use them, Lindsay!
I love your dot pages but I can’t get anything to download. Are the still available?
Ok, I got it to work. I switched browsers. Thanks.
So glad I found your site. I can’t wait to use these when school starts. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity.
You’re welcome, Bonnie – thank you so much for reading!
I cannot find words to express how satisfied and thrilled to land on your site. The complete set downloads are a HUGE blessing. It is hard to start teaching a preschooler but your site makes it so much better with all the needed tools in just one place. Eight years back that wasn’t the case. So thank you so much.
You’re very welcome, Mary, and I’m glad you’re finding things you can use! I think back to my teaching days (9 years ago), and it was much harder to find free resources. The internet is a big blessing!
We started going to a new library for storytime and were excited to see that they were doing an ABC theme, but disappointed that the week we started going was when they focused on Z (so we started at the end!). The librarian had used several of your printables, so I snapped photos of some so I could remember your website, and now I am SO excited to have found this printable specifically. My 3 year old LOVED doing this one at the library (they used magnets so it could be used over and over again), and now I’ve printed off the upper case and lower case and during naptime will laminate them and try to find our magnets. I imagine she will be in HEAVEN when she wakes up and sees that she can do these activities!
Thank you for all the work you have done to put these together. I cannot even imagine how long it took to create everything and find good images and such. I have a feeling I’ll be hanging out around your website for a LONG time now!
I LOVE that you learned about my blog from the library storytime – that’s awesome! I hope you get a chance to browse my Free Printables page. These dot pages are just the beginning. 🙂
I love All these Pages. Congratulations !
Thanks so much for these letter dot sheets. I use them in my classroom. The kids look forward to them every week!
That’s great to hear, Liz!
Thank you so much for these! Love your website 🙂
Do you have these worksheets for numbers as well?
You’re welcome! No, I don’t have these for numbers. Maybe in the future sometime, but it’s not on my to do list right now. 🙂
Hi! I love your Dot pages, however I cannot download them anymore. Where can I find them?? Thank you!!
They’re still here, Jacquie. What don’t you understand?
When I was trying to download them, it didn’t let me, but I just tried one more time and I could download them.. sorry! . I’m sure my students will love them. Thank you!!! 🙂
I just found your website and love it! Thank you for all the great ideas. I am unable to download the do a dot letters as the link states there is a fatal error in the PDF file. I have tried several times.
Anna, you have a great gift and are so generous with your talents. As I no longer teach Pre-k(but still have lots of goodies), I do have 2 grandsons that I am loading up for. These will be awesome to use with them as they get old enough…14 months and only 2 weeks old. Nothing wrong with planning…right? Thank YOU!!!
The older one will be ready before you know it :)! You’re very welcome, and thank you for leaving such a kind comment!
These dot pages are wonderful. I would love to use them with my son this summer. I tried the link but the link was closed. Where can I find these pages?
I’m sorry you’re having trouble, Rachael! The link opens fine for me. Here’s my troubleshooting post. 99% of the time, one of these solutions will work. Let me know if none of them work for you!
Thank you for all you create and share! I just wanted to add an idea for using the dot pages. As a Resource Teacher, I often serve students who have orthopedic issues (along with their academic qualifications for IEP services). Rolling a ball out of play-doh helps strengthen the muscles needed for fine motor skills (such as writing). I just found your dot sticker pages tonight. They are perfect for having my students roll little balls of play-doh in order to build their letters. I am happily printing and laminating for use this week. I’m always glad to integrate multiple goals into one activity. This time, it will be letter recognition and orthopedic strengthening.
Rolling balls of play dough for the dot pages is a wonderful idea, Jessica! Thanks so much for sharing it.
You are so creative! I should be sleeping, but I’m just blown away by how many wonderful and creative ideas there are here to teach my two! Your website has so many great ideas that will keep them busy and learning for hours! My oldest loves these sticker pages! Thank you so much!
Thank you so much, Jen! A mom giving up sleep to look through my website is high praise indeed. 🙂 So glad you’re finding things you can use!
Ma Crestina Baguio
thank you for the free printables. i have been looking in the stores for some charts but could not find one except for the online which are a little bit expensive. this way i can print it myself at home. by the way do you have one chart with all the letters on it? just like the one in the picture with the complete letters on it?
thank you very much
No, I’m sorry I don’t have one of those available!
Paula Lee Bright
These are absolutely wonderful! I wondered if you have a set of lower case…there’s so much to explore here, I couldn’t determine if you did or not!
Thank you so much for these resources. More fun with my students!
I did finally add a lowercase option this morning. You’ll find it on this page 🙂
Paula Lee Bright
How incredibly quickly you did this! I only commented a couple days ago, and here it is!
Thanks a million. My kids will so enjoy this. 😀
Actually someone else requested it 6 months ago, so your e-mail was the push to finally get it done. 🙂 I am not usually so quick to create something, but once in a while a reader catches me at just the right time!
Paula Lee Bright
I saw that. 😉 But it was still great to get just what I needed at just the right time. 🙂
Tu pagina està increíble, lo único es que el material no està en español pero me has dado muy buenas ideas para hacerlo en nuestro idioma, mil gracias
You’re very welcome!
Just wanted to say thank you for this… a great resource to use with my kiddos! Thanks!
Hi Anna, Love your A-Z Alphabet pages, however as I am in Australia I find the picture of a quarter for the letter Q is not relevant to children here. Is it possible for you to have a more universal picture for the letter ‘q’ e.g. queen, quail, question, queue? It would be so beneficial for my grandchildren as well as the children I work with. Many thanks. Helen
Hi Helen! I hadn’t thought about that. The challenge is finding a nice piece of clip art for letter Q, which is very hard to do! Let me put that on my to do list.
Paula Lee Bright
I enjoy it when something from another country (or continent!) is on something I’m using. It’s such a great opportunity to bring in another culture. I’d stick with the quarter. 🙂
I was wondering if you would have the lower case letters in dot pages, and combined upper and lower case letter dot pages on the same page?
Hi Donna! I am considering doing a lowercase series in a few months, but no – I would not have upper and lower case on the same page.
Just to let you know that you can now get my dot pages in lowercase: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/dot-sticker-pages/
Hi I love you dot sticker upper case letters just wondering if you would ever consider doing the same with lower case letters. Its just that the special girl I work with is not up to uppercase letters yet. She loves coloured dot stickers and would love this activity.
Hi Mary — that’s actually a great idea, one I hadn’t considered. If I do it it would take some time to get through it, as I’d share a new page a week. Maybe something to do in the new year!
Hello, Mary! Just wanted to let you know that you can now get my dot pages in lowercase: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/dot-sticker-pages/
I am not going to ask when you will get all of them up but I was wondering when you do will you have a link to be able to download the set instead of individually downloading each letter?
Hi! Yes, that is definitely my plan – to have a downloadable file with each letter in it. It won’t happen immediately, but probably sometime in the winter when other things have slowed down a bit.
Awesome thank you very much for all the time you spend getting these things together. I am a single dad of a 4yr old girl and the other day she said she likes when I teach her but she wants it with more fun. I have been using your ideas and worksheets and they have been “more fun”
That’s great to hear – thanks so much! I don’t hear from many dads here, so it’s wonderful to have your comment.
I love your resources! They are working great in my Pre K class!
I was wondering if the remaining letters will be added soon, or if I may get the resources for letter P? We will be working on it soon to incorporate pumpkins before Halloween time.
Thanks for everything you do!
Hi Carrie! I am doing letter P this week and next. I’ve shared math (patterns), sensory play (play dough), and my letter book and dot sticker pages are coming this week. Crafts and a book list are in the works!
Hi, love the dot sheets. My grandson was so excited when I showed him. He knew each letter and object right away. I was checking to see when the rest of the letters will be available. Don’t want to miss them. 🙂
Hi Amelia! I’m planning to finish all my alphabet posts by the end of November. You’re welcome to send me an email if you need the rest of the pages sooner. 😉 firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know when you will have the rest of the letters posted? In an earlier reply to someone you said by the summer of 2014.
Yes… I didn’t make that goal. However, if you’re anxious to get them earlier than November (when I do expect to be finished) you can email me. 😉 email@example.com
Do you happen to have the rest of the letter dot sheets for the alphabet? They are wonderful so I was checking to see if you had finished the rest. Thanks for sharing your wonderful resources!
Hello, Connie! You’re welcome to send me an e-mail 😉 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a great site thank you so much for the printables , they help my little ones so much with the fine motor skils
So glad you can use them, Shannon!
These dots pages are wonderful and I am using them in my classroom. I was wondering how I would be able to get the rest of the letters.
I’m so glad you’re enjoying them, Kim — unfortunately, I won’t be done with all my alphabet posts until summer of 2014 — since I share a lot of other printables in different subject areas, and because we are expecting a baby in January, I cannot focus entirely on Letter of the Week. I’m sorry that doesn’t help you, although you can find similar sheets at Making Learning Fun and Confessions of a Homeschooler. Stay tuned – by end of summer I’ll have a TON of alphabet resources!