Free Preschool Printable Worksheets: Halloween Do a Dot Printables

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I’m Katie from Gift of Curiosity, and I’m so excited to be here at Crystal & Co. to share a new Halloween-themed do-a-dot printable I’ve created especially for Crystal’s readers.

Back in college I used to dabble in graphic design. Since starting Gift of Curiosity, I’ve been able to put my graphics knowledge to work in order to create fun and free preschool printable worksheets geared toward young kids. With Halloween just around the corner, I am excited to announce that my Halloween Do-a-Dot Printables are now available for download exclusively through Crystal & Co. The download includes ten do-a-dot pages featuring friendly Halloween images.

preschool worksheets This is what the complete collection of Halloween Do a Dot printables look like.  <<—— click to print

preschool worksheets

Do-a-Dot printables can be completed in a variety of ways.

Sometimes my kids like to use Do-a-Dot markers to complete their Do-a-Dot worksheets.

preschool worksheets: do a dot halloween printables

At other times they use stickers (which is great for fine motor practice!).

preschool worksheets: halloween do a dot printables

And sometimes we use manipulative, like the pumpkin foam beads pictured below.

preschool worksheets: halloween do a dot printable

Completing Do-a-Dot worksheets provides kids with opportunities to practice one-to-one correspondence, which is an important early math skill.

Want to try these worksheets with your kids? Click here to download my Halloween Do-a-Dot Printables.

If you enjoy these printables, I invite you to check out the other printables I’ve created by visiting my printables page.

 

Katie has worked in the education field for over 12 years, and recently completed her PhD in child and adolescent development. Nonetheless, she finds parenting her two preschool age children to be the best education of all. She blogs at Gift of Curiosity where she provide ideas and inspiration for fostering young children’s development, learning, and curiosity. You can also keep up with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

23 Comments

  1. Heather @floridafitnessmom says:

    My nephew would loooovvveeee this! Thanks!

  2. These are really fun! Have never seen educational printables like these before. Thanks for sharing them!
    Stopping by from Mom’s Library link up
    -Reshama @ Stackingbooks.com

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    1. Glad to hear it Debbie! I hope you and your grandkids enjoy doing them together!

  4. Deanna Statam says:

    Excellent! These look fun, I want to do one myself, and I am 31! 🙂 Thank You for sharing these!

  5. naemkapung@yahoo.com says:

    love …. just downloaded for my daughter. 🙂

  6. These are great printables! Can’t wait to try them out with my kids! Thx for linking them up at the Thoughtful Spot.

  7. Dorothy Boucher says:

    Why Thank you for these, the younger children are going to love interacting with these.
    @tisonlyme143

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