B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Once more, I’ve decided to make a printable for my toddler’s developmental level that matches the theme of a similar printable I’d made for my 6-year-old. Both kids love it when they can both work with the same theme and clip art at their own level. {Recently, I’ve done the same with my R is for Rainbow Handwriting Letter Mazes and R is for Rainbow Dot Marker Coloring Pages.}

Today’s Easter-themed B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages go great with the B is for Bunny Handwriting Letter Mazes I shared a few days ago.

Introduce the letter b to your toddler or preschooler with these cute printable B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Includes opportunities to dot, trace, read, and write!

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Materials for B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages

  • Printable file (below).
  • Printer.
  • Paper.
  • Dot markers, markers, crayons, colored pencils or similar.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The printable includes four different versions of letter b dot marker coloring pages. They all feature a cute bunny in a basket, a large capital letter B outline with dots, “B is for Bunny” in a traceable font, and a border that’s made up of “B” in a font with a dotted outline. Two of them are completely in black and white, with 

Two of the sheets are completely in black and white, and the other two sheets have the bunny and the basket in color.

Introduce the letter b to your toddler or preschooler with these cute printable B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Includes opportunities to dot, trace, read, and write!

Just print one or more of the pages and give the kids some markers/crayons/colored pencils for a super quick, no prep activity as an introduction to the letter b.

 

 

Do you have toddlers who love matching? I have a book of matching games for them!

In my book Match This! Matching Games for Toddlers, I share 30 different matching games that are perfect for toddlers with a limited number of matches (you can mix and match different sets for a greater challenge) and large cards that are easy to pick up and hold. I've included instructions for playing memory and matching games at all skill levels and how to extend the activity with other learning objectives for older kids.

All of the matching games for toddlers you could ever want: matching numbers, words, shapes, colors with fun themes like firefighters, cowboys and cowgirls, construction vehicles, tools, ocean creatures, cars, bees, community helpers, and more! This Match This! Toddler Matching Games Ebook contains 30 different matching games that you can mix and match and extend at any time.

 

Like the clip art?

Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards,

 Easter Kids Matching Game for Toddlers,

B is for Bunny Handwriting Letter Mazes, 

and Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles

all use the same set.

 

Are you looking for literacy activities for beginners? Check out these!

20 Fun Literacy Activities for Toddlers

Super Simple Bathtub Art and Introduction to Letters

Friendly Dragon Lower Case Letter Matching Game

Sticky Note Letter Hunt

Maze Activity to Learn a Letter from Hands On As We Grow

Learn the Alphabet with Multisensory Doodle Letters from Nurture Store

 

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