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Ocean Number Do a Dot Printables

Do you have a preschooler, pre k, or kindergartner at home learning their numbers? Have them happily learning throughout Summer (or any time) with these fun and FREE Ocean Number Do a Dot Printables activity!

Do you have a preschooler, pre k, or kindergartner at home learning their numbers? Have them happily learning throughout Summer (or any time) with these fun and FREE Ocean Number Do a Dot Printables activity!
Recognizing the numeral, counting the corresponding number of pictures and writing that number are all skills young children can develop during this fun ocean numbers activity. Most will be able to do this independently too, win-win!  

Tracing Numbers

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the pages. They are in blackline to save you on printer ink costs. These are low prep free worksheets! Simply set out for preschoolers and kindergartners with do a dot markers (also known as bingo markers, bingo daubers, etc.) and crayons or pencils and it is ready to be used! practice tracing numbers 1-10 with these ocean themed number worksheets for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten

Ocean Printables

These ocean number worksheets go up to the number ten and have sea creature pictures to count and color. It is perfect for an ocean or under the sea theme/unit or simply learning during Summertime at home. Ocean themed clipart included in the download include: boat, octopus, dolphin, sting ray, squid, starfish, salt water fish, seahorses, goldfish, and shellfish. TIP: if you do not have do-a-dot markers, use pompoms attached to washing pegs/clothesline pins and dipped in paint, corks or even fingers can do the dotting!
use bingo daubers to make numbers; trace the numbers, and count and color marine animals

Do a Dot Printables

Not only does the child recognize the number, count and write it, he also practices hand-eye coordination to dab the dot just right. At the same time working on fine motor skills tracing the dotted numbers. Vocabulary can also be expanded by naming the sea creatures!
use bingo markers to make the number three; now count and color the dolphins
TIP: Make these ocean number printables reusable! After the first use, laminate the completed sheets and use counters such as pompoms, buttons, small shells etc. to place on the circles. The dotted numbers can also be traced again with a dry-erase marker. Provide mini-erasers of sea creatures or small plastic sea creature toys and count it out according to the numbers. Another idea, use it as a playdough mat! Fill the circles with balls of dough, form the number and build the sea creatures with dough!
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So many fun ideas to use our ocean numbers printable worksheets with your preschool or kindergarten kiddos. Keep on learning throughout Summer!

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Nadia

Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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