Christmas Do-A-Dot Pages

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Are you looking for a simple Christmas-themed activity? These Christmas Do-A-Dot pages are not only fun, but have great learning benefits, too!

What Are Do-a-Dot Markers?

Do-a-Dot markers are great toddler and preschool friendly paint markers. They are a perfect size and easy to hold for little ones. On the end is a round sponge tip filled with paint. When you press down on the sponge, the paint comes out! You can choose to make circles by stamping or move the marker around to make lines. They are washable, too! The paint dries very quickly, which is a great when you are doing crafts with young children.

Benefits to Dot Marker Activities

When using Do-A-Dot markers on printables like the one I’m sharing today, they will need to stamp their marker on the circles. This is great for helping kids develop hand-eye coordination. Kids also strengthen fine motor skills since they are holding the dot marker and they have to press down to apply the marker to the page.

We love these do-a-dot markers, but you could also use dot stickers or regular markers to fill in the circles.

santa letter with dot markers

This set of printables has 20 Christmas pictures for children to fill in with dot markers. Here are the pictures included in this printable:

  • bell
  • candle
  • candy cane
  • chimney
  • elf
  • gift
  • holly
  • jingle bell
  • letter
  • Christmas light
  •  milk and cookies
  • ornament
  • Rudolf
  • Santa
  • sleigh
  • snow globe
  • star
  • stocking
  • tree
  • wreath

These can be used for any age! I know toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners enjoy activities with dot markers.

We’ve had our markers for years and they are still in great shape! I highly recommend getting a set of Do-A-Dot markers!

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