November 18, 2021

Printable Alphabet Dot Marker

Slowly, the Philippines is starting to lessen the community quarantine restriction so it seems that everything will be back to normal soon. But even though I’m fully vaccinated, I still try my best not to go out unless it is necessary. I am still not brave to explore the malls just to look for gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, or even this coming Christmas season. Thanks to online shopping, I can buy gifts even from the comfort of our home. 

If I don’t know what to buy, I create my own gift just like this Printable Alphabet Dot Marker that I prepared for my godson’s birthday. When my son was still in toddler years, I want him to do this dot marker activity but my problem is I don’t know where to buy the dot markers. But after I tried Shopee, Lazada, and Amazon last year (late bloomer) everything changed so now if I need something I just search and browse these e-commerce sites. 


For your information, there are so many benefits of dot marker activity like 

1. It improves the child’s fine motor skills, hand dexterity, and grip. 
2. It develops the child’s hand and eye coordination. 
3. It enhances color recognition. 
4. It encourages creativity and exploration. 

Since I was not able to do this with my son, I decided to make one for my godson. I purchased the Printable Alphabet Dot Marker here. The printable file includes Ai Source File, PDF file (ready to print), and PNG images. There are two pages that have typo errors so I contacted customer service about it so they can update the files. But I don’t have time to wait so I just corrected the two pages, added background colors, and personalized the pages. 




I printed the pages on 90GSM paper and trimmed them so they would fit my A4 laminating film. Lastly, laminated the pages so it won’t be a one-time use activity. You can buy more dot markers so there are more colors but unfortunately when I bought the dot markers, limited colors lang. Ayaw ko naman ng dark colors. Anyway, this activity is flexible, aside from dot markers, you can use stickers, pompom balls, or any stuff that will improve the fine motor skills of your child. 

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