If you loved our packet of Do a Dot Christmas Printables, I think you will enjoy this as well.
Matthew always loves when I give him any opportunity to play with the do a dot markers. He loves those things.
This past week Matthew (4) and our friend Skylar (my friend Kim’s 9 year old daughter) had fun with this Christmas printable. For Skylar I think it was a fun teaser, she seemed to enjoy it even though she is older. I can see this being a fun warmup activity for an older child.
For Matthew, he got to work on the letter Tt. Let me show you what we did.
You Will Need:
- T is for Tree printable <<—– click to print
- do a dot art markers
- alphabet flip book (I have a tutorial teaching you how to make one.)
Grab your alphabet flip book and talk about the letter Tt.
Notice the difference in the big T and the little t.
Talk about the sound the letter T makes.
Talk about things that start with a T, like T is for tiger. T is for tree.
Next, Matthew pointed out all of the big T’s and little t’s on his printable.
Then he used one of the do a dot markers to dab all of the big and little T’s.
And there is sweet Ms. Skylar doing her T is for Tree printable too! She loves to encourage Matthew to do his school work.
We had lots of fun and Matthew learned something.