Winter is here and in the company of these adorable free polar animals do a dot printables, your kids surely won’t be bored. Making dots is great for fine motor skill practice and eye-hand coordination while having some fun at the same time.
Polar Animals Do a Dot Printables
Want to get to know some of the animals that don’t mind the snow? We have designed free polar animals do a dot printables, so your kids will learn a bit more how these animals look.
Grab your favorite daubers and let the fun begin!
There are 4 unique designs on each one of these printables. You can choose a printer-friendly version or already full colored one.
The printables include a polar bear, a penguin, a walrus and a reindeer.
Print out the black and white version, if your kids love to color and let them choose the daubers they see fit for coloring.
If you want the daubing to last longer, we recommend laminating the printables and later on coloring them with dry erase markers.
Ready to give these fun Polar animals do a dot printables a go? Just print and have fun with your kids.
You can get a black and white version here – Polar Animals Do a Dot Black and White Printables
And a full colored version here – Polar Animals Do a Dot Color Printables
Awesome Learning Resources From Shop:
Kinder & Preschool Winter Binder Activity Book (Digital Download)
Season Read and Color Reading Comprehension Worksheets – Grade 1 / Kindergarten (Digital Download)
More Fun Learning Printables for Preschool and Kindergarten
Christmas Do a Dot Printables – let’s grab those daubers!
Fall Do a Dot Printables – make some more dots.
Farm Cut and Glue Worksheets – practice cutting and gluing.
Fall Leaves Number Tracing Worksheets – numbers from 1 to 10.
Alphabet Mazes to Solve – have fun solving mazes and learning ABC’s.
Weather Cut and Glue Worksheets – cut and glue the shapes!
Dot Daubers We Love
Do-a-Dot-Art! Markers – these are really great! Tried and tested by many educators and parents.
Dauber Dawgs – we are also fans of these. Such a fun name too don’t you think?