4th of July Do a Dot Pack for Preschoolers
We love, love, love Do a Dot printables at our house. They are perfect for preschoolers and all young learners. They encourage fine motor skill development too.
We created this 4th of July inspired theme. This pack is an instant download and includes 7 pages, 6 of which are all intended to be used with Do a Dot markers. One page is a color page.
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Don’t have Do a Dot markers? No worries, you can buy them here. Want to use something other than Do a Dot markers? You can use small erasers, stickers, pom poms, beads, etc. Be creative!
Here is one of my favorite pages in the pack:
One thing I love about this pack is the opportunity to challenge your child with developing patterns, color recognition as well as counting and simple math. These are perfect for homeschoolers, as well as for parents who are wanting to supplement for this kiddos this summer. Your kids won’t even feel like these are educational because they are so fun!
You can do one page a day or sit down and do all of the pages at one time. You know what else I love? These are perfect for travel and on the go!
If you’re looking for more Fourth of July or Memorial day crafting or food ideas check these out!
More Red White and Blue Fun
This looks like a lot of fun! Great kid activity option for family holiday gatherings. Stopping by from the Family Joy Link Park 🙂
There’s a lot of fun options here for a preschooler. I know my kiddo would have like this when he was younger.
that’s a fun activity that’ll keep the little ones busy! love the flag one too! : )
These are such fun crafts for 4th of July!! I know my son would have a blast with these projects!
This looks great for preschoolers. They love all sorts of games and puzzles like this. What a great way to work their minds.
Lots of fun craft activities for the kids this 4th of July. I will share your post with my cousins who still have young children. My grandkids are still too young for these crafts but I will keep these in mind when the time comes that they are old enough to enjoy these.
The twins will have loads of fun with these activities. I will download them. Thank you for sharing.
We have yet to do this with our girls, and I’m sure they will love it! Thanks so much for the pack, printing it tomorrow!
These 4th of July crafts look so fun for little ones! I especially love the popcorn one!
Those are all some wonderful ideas. I love 4th of July and making all kinds of crafts and foods with it. I need to make that popcorn with my girls. That will be fun!
These are some great 4th of July recipes. I am not familiar with the do a dot projects but they look like a lot of fun for little ones!
This is perfect to do with my friends kids when they visit. I will have to get the supplies i need.
My kindergartner loves creating dot art. These are perfect for her!
I loved Do A Dots when my kids were younger. They kept my little ones busy and they were relatively mess free.
That looks so cute! I think my older kids would have a blast doing this. Now I got to go order some dot markers. I loved them when I was little.
These are cute activities for the little ones to do before telling 4th of July. I’ll have to print them for my son.
These printables are perfect for working on hand-eye coordination and motor control. Thank you for sharing them!
How fun! My girls will love these print-outs. I will have to check out the Do-A-Dot markers – I am not familiar with them. Thank you for linking up to Family Joy Blog Link-up Party. Have a great week!
These 4th of July crafts look so fun for little ones! I just shared with two of my friends!
Any kid would surely have fun with all those crafts. Love the red, white and blue popcorn. So cool!
That’s a great activity pack! It’s always a good idea to keep something like this around for when the kids get antsy.
These are amazing. I love it! My daughter will really enjoy it. I want to visit the USA before 4th of July. Hoping I can, my husband is in New York at the moment.
Yay! So glad you love them!
There’s not a thing on these pages I don’t love!! That popcorn is amazing!1 Thanks for sharing with us at Throwback Thursday! I peeked in earlier, but didn’t get a chance to comment before now! Have a great weekend!
These are great options for a preschooler to do. Heck my older kids might even enjoy doing this lol