Again, E liked it almost as much as N, even though she already knew all about the letter B 😉 They had fun working on their coloring pages together. E chose not to use dot markers at all and colored and traced everything with regular markers.
N followed my lead in dotting the dots in the letter B (it worked better than it did on letter N) but was less interested in the coloring aspect this time. I love that he has the option of coloring (and most of the time, he really enjoys it), dotting, and tracing but can 100% choose what he wants to do with the printable.
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Materials for B is for Baseball Dot Marker Coloring Pages
- Laminator and laminating pouches or sheet protectors (optional).
- Markers, crayons, colored pencils or dry-erase markers.
- Four sheets of paper (if using all four variations; see details below).
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
The file has 7 pages that include 4 different dot marker pages.
They each have a capital letter B with dots in the outline, an image of a baseball player, and the line “B is for Baseball” at the bottom of the page for tracing, reading or copying. 2 variations are completely in black and white, while the other two feature a full-color baseball player image. The variations differ in the number of dots that make up the letter B.
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Beginning Sounds Letter B Worksheets by Sight and Sound Reading
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