Help kids learn their alphabet letters with this fun abc printable! Use this alphabet dot to dot A to Z to help preschool, pre-k, and kinderarten age students practice matching upper and lowercase letters as they complete dot to dot alphabet. This free printable alphabet dot to dot is a fun way to work on letter recognition or alphabet recognition while improving fine motor skills at the same time. Simply print alphabet dot to dot a to z pdf and you are ready to play with this abc dot to dot!
Alphabet Dot to Dot A to Z
When your child is learning their letter A-Z they needs lots of practice! These super cute free alphabet worksheets allow you to focus on one letter at a time so children will learn to match uppercase and lowercase letters. Using these alphabet dot to dot a to z kids will complete the picture which they can colour and say the name of the cute clipart image they’ve created to also work on phonemic awareness and the sounds letters make. This is such a fun alphabet printable for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners as they learn their abcs.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this no prep, alphabet activity for learning the 26 alphabet letters while having fun! Use this as extra practice, literacy center in your classroom, or supplement to your homeschool phonics curriculum.
Alphabet Dot to Dot A to Z pdf
Dot to Dot Alphabet
Start by printing the 15 pages in black and white. These are in blackline to save you on printer ink costs! You can then cut the pages in half and just work on one letter at a time to go along with your letter of the week program, or fold them to make a dot to dot alphabet book.
Alphabet dot to dot
Practice makes perfect! Improve fine motor skills as you complete this alphabet printable. For each page there is a:
- featured letter
- a picture that starts with the sound that letter makes for your student to complete the dot to dot alphabet printables by matching the upper and lower letters
- and a simple sentence to read
ABC Dot to Dot
In addition to working on letter recognition as they complete the alphabet match activity, students will strengthen hand muscles they will need to write by coloring the pages. Use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or your child’s favorite art material to decorate the pages in your printable alphabet mini book.
These dot to dot coloring pages are such a great way to make learning fun for early learners!
Dot to Dot Printables
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The igloo page has an error, ‘I’ isn’t for apple. lol…
This is exactly what I remember doing in school. How I enjoyed that activity. Thanks.