Now that the new year has started, N will continue getting to know his letters. He’s almost 2.5 (in a few days) and as his vocabulary is exploding, he shows an even stronger interest in learning letters and numbers. (Like E, he wasn’t the earliest talker but he is already fully bilingual and knows the German and English version of every new word he comes out with.)
This is a great time for printables with Valentine’s Day themes, so today, I have these C is for Cupid Dot Marker Coloring Pages!
(N was 2 years and 5 months old.)
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Materials for C is for Cupid Dot Marker Coloring Pages
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Dot markers, crayons, colored pencils, colored markers, etc.
- Manipulatives (optional).
What’s in the printable PDF file?
These no-prep dot marker coloring pages come in two versions: One with eight larger dots and one with 13 smaller dots.
They both have a cute image of a cupid holding the letters A, B, and C for coloring, the outline of a capital letter C with dots, and the words “C is for Cupid” in a lined dotted font for tracing.
Simply print one page or both of them, provide something to color and trace and let your kids get to work! Manipulatives are optional, but they’re also a great way to cover the dots that includes some extra fine motor practice.
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Are you looking for more dot marker activities? Check out these!
St. Patrick’s Day Dot Marker Printables by 3 Dinosaurs
Ice Cream Do-a-Dot Counting Activity by Totschooling
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