These transportation dot marker pages are an easy low prep activity to set up for toddlers and preschoolers. They are super fun without the mess of normal paints.
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I love making dot marker pages. They are one of my favorite activities to recommend for rainy days or long car rides. They are so quick to set up and will keep kids occupied for at least a few minutes.
These transportation themed dot marker pages are perfect for a transportation theme at preschool. They are also great for preschoolers who are obsessed with planes, trucks, and cars!
⭐ Why you’ll love these pages
These dot marker pages are a breeze to set up. They are perfect to set up for kids on rainy days. Print a few pages, grab your dot markers, and let your child dob away at these fun pages.
💭 Dot markers or do-a-dots?
Dot marker and do-a-dot pages mean the same thing. They are also sometimes called dauber sheets or dot art sheets too.
They are pages with circles on them meant for children to dob at with dot markers or apply dot stickers to. I love using these with dot stickers for long car rides.
Some of our favorite dot marker and dot stickers are below.
💬 Why use dot markers
Dot markers are a low prep and low mess activity geared towards toddlers and preschoolers. They are a great way for kids to work on their fine motor skills and introduce learning concepts too (like with these alphabet dot marker pages or shapes dot marker pages).
Dot marker pages are also great for hand-eye coordination too.
📋 What pages are included in this set?
There are six fun dot marker pages in this set:
- Dump truck
- Sail boat
🧾 How to download and print
To download and print these transportation themed dot marker pages simply click the black download button below.
This printable is free for personal use or single classroom use only, no commercial reproduction of any kind is allowed.
The pages should be printed on landscape setting, in black and white, and on regular (8 ½ by 11 inch) paper.