This free Easter dot sticker activity has three different templates to pick from. You can work on the alphabet with both a lowercase and uppercase version or use the blank one with younger children and decorate your egg with dot stickers or dot markers!
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It is my turn to go to a class party at my children’s PDO (Parents’ Day Out). When we lived in Canada there were no PDOs (at least not in our area) so for those who don’t know, it’s like a part time preschool for toddlers and preschoolers through our church. My kids go three mornings a week and that’s when I work on my website. My kids get to learn and socialize. Plus, it’s very low cost through our church. It’s a win-win for everyone!
I wanted to make both a fun and educational version of this Easter egg dot sticker activity. We will be doing the non-alphabet one at the Easter party for my son’s class. I try to do an alphabet activity for every holiday so I wanted to make an alphabet version as well. There’s a lowercase and uppercase version available below.
⭐ Supplies needed
- Printable: Grab the printable below. I created three different versions (lowercase alphabet, uppercase alphabet, and a blank one).
- Pen: If doing the alphabet version, you will need a black pen so you can write the letters on the dot stickers.
- Dot stickers: Amazon has tons of dot stickers to choose from!
⭐ How to do the activity
There are several fun ways to do this dot sticker activity!
Match the lowercase
Print the lowercase version out and then write the alphabet in lowercase on a set of dot stickers. Have your child match them to the printable.
Match the uppercase
Print the uppercase version out and then write the alphabet in uppercase on a set of dot stickers. Have your child match them to the printable.
Make it more challenging
Make this activity more challenging by using uppercase stickers with the lowercase printable or using lowercase stickers with the uppercase printable.
Decorate the blank version with dot stickers
Decorate the blank version for fun (this is especially fun for younger toddlers). Learning is great but just for fun activities are important too!
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🧾 How to download and print
To download and print the printables simply click the download button below. The PDFs should be printed on portrait setting, in black and white, and on regular (8 ½ by 11 inch) paper.
These printables are free for personal use or single classroom use only, no commercial reproduction of any kind is allowed.
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