One of y’all requested letter practice pages that used Do-A-Dot markers and while I already had those planned up in my head, when y’all made the request I decided it was time to get started immediately. So our next set of alphabet pages will use the dot markers. Dot markers or bingo markers, whatever you want to call them,  are really more like paint but they are super simple to use and fairly mess free.

This Pre-K letter activity will work on capital and lowercase letter recognition, writing, and fine motor skills using those dot markers.

Grab a FREE copy of the template in the Required Materials section below.

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills


  • Can identify all capital letters and most sounds (A, C, E, M, P, S, R, T)
  • Can identify all lowercase letters and some sounds (a, c, e, m, p, s, r, t)


  • Uses writing materials to write (pencils, pens, crayons, markers)
  • Can form all capital letters and some lower case letters

Fine Motor Skills

  • Coordinate the use of hands, wrists, and fingers to complete tasks that require more precise movements
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination with increasing accuracy

Required Materials

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Space Letter Practice Pages

*Do-A-Dot Markers


Step #1

Print out the Space Letter Practice Pages.

Step #2

Use the dot markers to stamp each circle on the letters.

Step #3

Color in the picture.

Step #4

Trace over the letters on the bottom of the page.

Teacher Tip

I encourage you to only do two letters a week for two reasons.

  1. More than likely your Lil’ is not ready to sit and do 8 worksheet pages. That’s a lot, even once they’re school age.
  2. Only focusing on two letters at a time really allows your kiddo to think about that letter and focus on what they’re doing instead of rushing through just to get the task done. Quality versus quantity.

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