Spot and dot alphabet

Super fun spot and dot letter worksheets to practice letter recognition and the ABCs!

spot and dot letter worksheets

Because my kids absolutely loved the Spot and dot numbers 1-10, I decided to make a similar printable including the letters of the alphabet.

These spot and dot letter worksheets will help your child practice the alphabet while having fun with their dot markers.

And make sure to check out at all of my alphabet printables here!

Spot and dot letter worksheets

You’ll find a total of five pages in this free printable set.

The ABC letters are grouped together by similar appearance so the worksheets make your child really focus and think.

I know some of these will be challenging for my kids and I can’t wait to see how they do tomorrow morning.

Children will have to find the letter and dot it or color it with the correct color.

You can get the printable pdf at the bottom of this post.

Enjoy!

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spot and dot letter worksheets

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Spot and dot letter worksheets

Please keep in mind that these spot and dot letter worksheets are for personal or classroom use only. Altering or re-distribution are not allowed in any way. Thank you!

19 thoughts on “Spot and dot alphabet”

  1. I am so happy I found your website. I am a mom of almost four year old twins and we are at home because of the current events. I don’t want my kids to be on gadgets all day so I was looking for materials to help me teach them. Thank you for sharing these worksheets!

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    • Are you by any chance on iPhone or iPad? Those two seem to block direct download by default. It’s the best to use laptop or desktop for downloading and printing. Let me know if that works.

  2. Pls let me know my daughter is five years old will these worksheets help her or I need to get some bigger level worksheets.
    Thanks

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    • Hi Aisha! Thank you for reaching out. It really depends more on your daughter’s skills rather than her age. What kind of school work does she do normally? Is she proficient in her ABCs and letters? Have a look at some of the more difficult worksheets in the kindergarten section.

  3. I am so grateful for stumbling across your website. I have a 7yr old daughter that is performing at a 4yr level. These activities should help a lot as I try to get her up to par during this crisis. Thank you so so much.

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  4. Hi,

    I am so thrilled to have found your website. I have an almost 4 year old and we have been home bound due to the current situation, I try to encourage free play but sometimes having worksheets just makes it easier to understand and teach her alphabets, numbers and shapes. Thank you for sharing these worksheets!

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  5. As a former teacher, I can’t thank you enough for your website. You are such an amazing person to put these resources out here for everyone! We have so much fun doing all of these activities! THANK YOU!

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  6. Thank you so much for these Kristina, I am often at a loss on what activities to do with my 4 year old and these are just perfect !!!! We do them together and its a nice way to spend some time where he can focus on using and mastering his skills and stays away from the TV !!!!

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  7. Hello. I am a kindergarten teacher. My students are currently on a hybrid schedule. They go to school 2 days a week and stay home 3 days a week for distance learning. Is it possible for me to use some of your worksheets on my classroom Microsoft Teams page for my students on the 3 days they are not at school? Thank you

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