We’re adding to our dot sticker page collection (only eight to go!) with this free alphabet printable. I don’t do many worksheets with my kids (you can learn why in this post), but I’ve created these dot sticker pages as an alternative. While they may look like worksheets at first glance, they can be used in a variety of ways. None involves a writing instrument.
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Free Alphabet Printable: G is for Gumball
How can your child complete a dot sticker page?
Fill in the circles with
- round office stickers
- round magnets
- Do-a-Dot markers
- play dough rolled into tiny balls
- round cereal, mini marshmallows, or another small snack
- pom-poms hot glued to magnets
My Four is no longer interested in my dot sticker pages, but his younger brother (age 2 1/2) loves the chance to do one. While he has never finished a page, these are great fine motor practice as well as an introduction to a new letter and its sound.
Find the rest of our dot sticker pages by clicking here:
And for more letter G learning ideas, click on the image below!
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