Happy Friday! We are so excited to be sharing our favorite books, curriculum, resources, and supplies that we use to homeschool! Each Friday, we will be sharing products we love to use in our own homeschooling adventure. Enjoy these homeschooling items that we can’t live without….and you shouldn’t either!
This Friday, we wanted to share a washable marker that can be used for so much more than just art projects! Let us introduce you to Do A Dot Markers! These rainbow-colored markers make art (as well as practicing many other skills) incredibly fun!
Do A Dot Markers are colorful dot markers that are perfect for a wide variety of ages. For toddlers and preschoolers, they are easy to grip bottles to encourage hand-eye coordination without the mess of painting. Early elementary students enjoy creating art projects and also using them for skill practice. These markers can promote art concepts such as layering, mixing, and blending for upper elementary students. And I can personally testify that teens (and maybe parents too!) have just as much fun as the younger kids pulling these out occasionally to create their own designs and masterpieces! These markers also come in a Brilliant Colored Pack as well as an Ultra Bright Shimmer Set.
You are probably wondering how you can use these markers for more than just art. If you search Do A Dot Coloring books on Amazon, you will find some fantastic activity and coloring books. But if you search “Do A Dot free printables” on the internet, you will find thousands of options that incorporate all sorts of elementary-age skills! There are printables for EVERYTHING! In one quick search, I found pages to practice the alphabet, shapes, colors, number recognition, lower and upper case letter recognition, counting, patterns, mazes, seasonal activities, animals, weather, adding, subtracting, landform recognition, holiday activities, mystery pictures…..and I even found Arabic alphabet practice sheets! These markers make practicing skills exciting!
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