Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting

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Our Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting activity is a fun way to teach children letter identification, letter formation, and to build fine motor skills! Children will dip a q-tip in paint and dab a dot in the center of each dot on the page. They will then trace the letters at the bottom and write their own on the remaining line.


About our Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting

This activity is an immediate digital PDF download (it will not be emailed to you). You will need a PDF viewer installed to access this activity.

Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting! Fun free printable / alphabet activities for preschool, prek, and kindergarten! #alphabet #freeprintable #funearlylearning

This product includes:

  • 17 pages total
  • 2 letters per page


The prep is easy! Simply print this activity, grab some q-tips, paint, and markers and you’re ready to create!


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Washable Paint
Markers / Crayons
Laminating Pouches


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Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting! Fun free printable / alphabet activities for preschool, prek, and kindergarten! #alphabet #freeprintable #funearlylearning

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1 review for Dab-a-Dot Letters Q-Tip Painting

  1. Anne

    I’m having trouble downloading this file. Nothing appears after I confirm my name and email address. Thanks.

    • Kari @ Fun Early Learning

      I’m sorry you’re having trouble downloading the activities on my site. The activities are immediate downloads. If you click the ‘download PDF’ button, then enter your name and email address, and click the ‘Submit and Download’ button, it automatically downloads (you don’t have to click the box to subscribe if you don’t want to, but you will need to enter your information for each free download). You can use any browser, but I find Chrome is the easiest. I also recommend using a computer and not a mobile device. Please make sure you don’t have any pop-up blockers or anything similar enabled that could block the download. Once you download it, it should open automatically or you can find it in your downloads folder. You can also refer to my Frequently Asked Questions page for further help https://www.funearlylearning.com/faq/.

      Thank you and Happy Teaching!

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