Now that Spring is here, it’s time to combine the beauty of Spring with the fun of learning. These simple Spring Dot Letter Coloring Pages are a great way to introduce your early learner to a wide range of fun.
Even though this activity might be concentrating on your child’s learning and understanding of various colors, you can also use this to work on their math skills and counting as well. As long as you have options on how to continue to help their minds grow, they can use worksheets like this as a simple tool in a wide variety of ways.
The easiest way to introduce a concept like this is to print it off and talk to them about what it’s supposed to be used for. This way, you’re communicating with them and including them in the process. Learning at home can be a time that is fun and engaging and doesn’t have to be a time where your child is just sitting and doing worksheet after worksheet.
Are you looking for more printables? See our list of Spring Printable for Kids.
Get out your dot markers or bingo dabbers to bring spring inside with these spring dot letter coloring pages. If you don’t want to use dot markers, get out your counters, rocks or raisins and have them place them on the letter.
There are more ways to learn about letters than through writing and a pencil. Use all of your senses to approach the alphabet.
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Other fun ways to use these Spring Dot Letter Coloring Pages
While it’s totally up to you how you want to use these pages once you print them, here are some simple ideas to help you start to think outside the box:
- Roll playdough into small balls and use them to work on fine motor skills as they put them on the circles
- Count the circles as they’re coloring them
- Give your child a sequence of colors to color in and help them work on listening skills and following directions
Recommended Spring Books for Kids
Love spring? As you watch the snow melt grab one of these fun spring books to pair with what you’re learning for this season.
Worm Weather (Penguin Core Concepts)And Then It’s Spring (Booklist Editor’s Choice. Books for Youth (Awards))Goodbye Winter, Hello SpringThe Hike: (Nature Book for Kids, Outdoors-Themed Picture Book for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners)Planting a RainbowUp in the Garden and Down in the Dirt: (Nature Book for Kids, Gardening and Vegetable Planting, Outdoor Nature Book) (Over and Under)
Spring Dot Letter Coloring Pages
We love being able to sit down and learn together and printable pages, like this, make it a super simple solution to make it happen as well.
Spring Dot Letter Coloring Pages Supplies
Don’t forget to continue learning with other coloring options as well. The great thing about having your child color during the day is that it helps to work on fine motor skills, concentration, and ability to follow directions, plus, it also helps to build their confidence.
Recommended Spring Coloring Books
Here are a few fun coloring books that would be great for your Spring learning and activities. Kids can work on their fine motor skills and pincer grasp as they learn to color inside the lines of the coloring book.
Hello Spring Activity Book for Kids Ages 4-8: Fun Spring Coloring Pages, Dot to Dot, Mazes, Games, Puzzles and More!My First Big Book Of Spring Coloring Book For Toddlers: First Coloring Book For Kidsbeautiful spring flowers: Coloring Book for Kids with Cute spring flowers Pages to ColorHappy Spring Easy Watercolor for Kids Ages 3-6: Paint Spring, Flowers, Spring Season Things, Nature and more 3, 4, 5, 6 Ages Boys and Girls For the … Book for Girls and Boys, Toddlers, Kids)Spring Coloring Book for Kids: Spring has Sprung – A Cute Springtime Doodle Activity Book with Inspirational and Positive MessagesVery Easy Flowers Colouring Book for Toddlers and Young Kids: 30 Simple Floral Colouring Pages for Beginners, Children and Preschoolers (LJK Colouring Books)
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More Spring Ideas
If you like this simple spring activity, make certain to check out these other fun ideas:
Spring Fingerprint Counting Printables by Fun Handprint Art
Spring Writing Paper by Sight and Sound Reading
Spring Coloring Pages by Simple Fun for Kids
Spring File Folder Games by Itsy Bitsy Fun