Dab, dab, dab! That’s 3 dabs! Counting is so much more fun when it’s interactive, colorful, and creative, which is why preschool kids will have so much fun using their daubers and bingo markers to complete these free counting do-a-dot printables. Whether it’s for distance learning homework, extra practice, summer learning, or just for fun, our pack of free counting do-a-dot practice sheets will help them with number recognition and core counting skills (scroll down to download them).
Free Counting Do-A-Dot Printables
Our collection of free counting do-a-dot printables includes the following super fun dot marker worksheets:
- Dot and build numbers from 1 to 9
- Dot as many times as the number indicated in the box
- Count how many flowers are in the box and dot the corresponding number
- Count how many bees are in the box and dot the corresponding number
- Roll and dot game: Get a pair of dice, roll the dice, and dot the corresponding number on the worksheet.
Here’s a preview of all the free counting do-a-dot worksheets (click the numbers below the gallery to see all the free printable number recognition dot marker activities).
How To Use These Counting Dot Marker Worksheets
To use these counting do-a-dot worksheets, you’ll need to have a set of colorful daubers or bingo markers ready. You can also use stickers, Cheerios, stamps, or little pom poms in place of do-a-dot markers. Some of our favorite types of daubers include:
Download Free Counting Do-A-Dot Worksheets
You can download our complete pack of counting do-a-dot printables for free by clicking the ‘Download Here’ button below:
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If your budding mathematicians haven’t had enough fun with these free counting do-a-dot printables, then be sure to download more from our collection of 100+ free do-a-dot printable activities for children. Looking for more math worksheets for toddlers, preschoolers, and kids in pre-k or kindergarten? Check out our Free Math Activities for Kids to get worksheets for children to practice number recognition, counting, basic operations, and measurement.