Printable Dot to Dot Alphabet Letter Charts

BY ON Nov 29, 2015
Printable Dot-to-Dot Letters - follow the dots to guide you to create each letter correctly

Here is a fun way to learn how to write letters – the correct way!

 

The Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Letter Charts are a re-usable printable that can be used part of learning centres, small group activities or independently to learn the correct formation of writing alphabet letters.

 

Starting at number 1, count, follow and join the numbered to form the letter. The numbered dots guide you through what strokes to make with the marker pen to form the correct letter shape. The number line for children to use for guidance and self-correcting. Children are then able to practise the writing the letter again but this time on the faded grey lettering.

 

Children will love the fun Letter Characters and brightly coloured dot-to-dot puzzles!

 

Let’s Play

printable dot-to-dot alphabet letters (a-z) charts.

Print and laminate to create dry erase chart for a reusable teaching resource. Children can complete the dot-to-dots over and over again using white board markers.

Some Ideas:

  • The charts are perfect for rotational group activities for students to complete independently. The number line is a visual support for children to self-correct as they count and join the dot-to-dot.
  • Use as display charts around the classroom for children to refer to as required.
  • Use during mat or group sessions as a visual chart to demonstrate or model the correct formation of numbers 0 – 9.
  • Children can practise writing the letters in the air, on the floor or a partner’s back.
  • Circle all the letters you can find on the chart, such as; circle all the letter ‘J’ or all the letter ‘M’.

 

Printing activity with these printable Dot-to-dot alphabet letter charts

The Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Letter Charts can be used as a teacher resource with the whole class to model and share with the class. Followed by small group, learning centres or independent activities where children can complete the letter dot-to-dots.

 

Printable dot-to-dot alphabet letter charts with key to show whether to lift the pencil or not to form each letter in the alphabet

Some letters require you to lift the pencil to create the letter shape and most of them require you to form the letter without lifting the pencil at all.

 

With this information in mind, I have created a picture cue of a pencil with a tick or cross. If the letter chart has a tick, this mean you lift the pencil to create this letter and if there is a cross, you do not lift the pencil. This is self-guiding for independent work as the picture provides a cue.

 

The letters that have the pencil picture with a tick will also have one of the numbered dots in a different colour, yellow. As shown in the photo the number 7 is a yellow colour indicating to the child that they lift their pencil/pen at this point and count on from 8 in a different location.

 

Let’s Learn

Printable Dot-to-dot alphabet letter charts - laminate for dry erase board and reusable writing tool

Learning Opportunities

  • Self-correcting with the number line on the chart for support.
  • Fine motor, coordination and control.
  • Pre-writing – writing letters in correct formation. Starting in the correct location.
  • Number recognition and counting.

 

How to use the Alphabet Dot-to-Dot Chart?

How to use the laphabet dot-to-dot charts information sheet

The printable comes with an informational sheet with a diagram that provides you with a guide how to use the Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Letter Charts.

  1. Each letter is shown with a picture that makes that letter sound. A short repetitive sentence shows the letter in bold providing children with an example of a word beginning with that sound and also how it is used in written words.
  2. Trace over the faded grey letters to practice forming each letter using the dot-to-dot sequence as a guide for correct formation.
  3. Number line is shown to provide support of correct sequence of numbers if required. This helps children to work independently and self-correct as needed.
  4. Laminate each chart to create a dry-erase board. Use a white board marker and follow the   numbers to complete the dot-to-dot letter. The numbers are positioned in the correct order to form the letter shape.
  5. The pencil symbol is shown on each page as a guide to: (a.) The letter is formed without lifting the pencil (cross). (b.) The letter is formed by lifting the pencil once (tick). The colour of the numbered dot changes to yellow, indicating that you lift the pencil at that point.

 

Printable Dot-to- Dot Alphabet Letter Charts

Printable Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Letter Charts a - z. Print and laminate for a reusable dry erase chart.

The Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Letter Charts are available in my online shop. 

The download includes:

  • Full Set Alphabet Letters A to Z – 29 pages.
  • Information sheet with diagram on how to use the printable.

 

Dot-to-Dot Number Rhyme Charts

Printable Dot-to-Dot Number Rhyme Charts - can be used as a chart or dry erase. Sing the number rhymes to guide you through what strokes to make with the marker pen to form the correct number shape

Also available in a Dot-to-Dot Number Rhyme Charts

 

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5 Responses to “Printable Dot to Dot Alphabet Letter Charts”

  1. idil Ovacik says:

    If I were to buy your products do you post to Australia?

    • janice Janice Davis says:

      Hi Idil, I am located in Australia! :) All physical products are shipped within Australia only and all my printables/downloadable products are available for purchase globally. Thanks! Janice

  2. samantha says:

    are there any Capital letter dot to dot printable charts
    or ones with rhymes

  3. […] not sure how I originally found them, but a few months ago I purchased the printable dot to do alphabet charts from learning4kids. It’s very rare I pay to buy anything like this, I either make my own, […]

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