N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Since N has started to get interested in colors, numbers, and letters, I’ve been making more printables for toddlers and young preschoolers again (what some like to call “totschool”).

Today, I’m sharing some N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages we’ve been working on lately.

N really enjoys coloring, so I’ve decided to expand on the concept of dot marker pages by adding an extra opportunity for coloring. And of course the first such printable I made focuses on letter N 🙂

I’m always impressed with how much E (now in kindergarten and well versed in numbers, colors, and letters) still enjoys doing these simple printables, too – so I’m happy to have pictures of both a newly 2-year-old and an almost-6-year-old working on these! It’s great to see them working side by side like this 🙂

 

Help your toddler or preschooler learn his or her letters with these printable N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Simply print out and start working on it, no preparation required.

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Materials for N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

The file has 7 pages and includes 4 different variations of dot marker pages. They each have a capital letter N with dots in the outline, an image of a nurse, and the line “N is for Nurse” 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 nurse image. The variations differ in the number of dots that make up the letter N.

E enjoyed covering every little bit of the letter and nurse (she’s only halfway done in this photo).

 

Help your toddler or preschooler learn his or her letters with these printable N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Simply print out and start working on it, no preparation required.

 

As expected, N did a lot of scribbles, but he did give the circles a valiant try when I guided him. He doesn’t have the fine motor skills to actually “dot” the circles.

 

Help your toddler or preschooler learn his or her letters with these printable N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Simply print out and start working on it, no preparation required.

 

I helped him trace the letter N at the bottom and loved how he went on and tried his best to “trace” some letters on his own.

 

Help your toddler or preschooler learn his or her letters with these printable N is for Nurse Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Simply print out and start working on it, no preparation required.

 

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Like the clip art?

Nurse clip art is also included in my community helper printables: Community Helpers Emergent Reader Coloring Pages, Community Helpers Handwriting Practice, and Community Helpers Sight Word PuzzlesCommunity Helper Graphing Game uses matching clip art but doesn’t include a nurse.

 

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