These free printable cute Halloween witch themed dab it marker pages are a fun, no-prep activity for your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartener. They’re an easy, and developmentally appropriate, Halloween activity that help extend the fun after your child has colored their way through these Halloween dot marker coloring pages. I hope you enjoy!
If you’re planning a Halloween theme, make sure to check out these additional printables:
- Pumpkin templates
- Pumpkin count & clip cards
- Fall themed dot marker pages
- Fall alphabet tracing and coloring pages
- Apple themed positional word interactive book
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Young children love dot marker pages. They are no-prep for you and developmentally appropriate for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. Dauber marker pages can help your child improve their fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, and finger strength. While they are most appropriate for kids 1-5, older children who need additional fine motor practice can benefit from them, too.
Using inexpensive coding label stickers instead of markers is a time-saving tip that allows you to transform dot marker pages into a mess-free activity with no ink and no stains. Kids adore stickers and using stickers provides fine motor benefits without the mess! (My daughter is seen using one of these mythical creature dot marker pages in the photo below).
What are dot it marker pages?
Dot it marker coloring pages, also called “Do a Dot pages” after the popular Do a Dot marker brand, are sheets with blank circles on the images.
Your child or student uses a dauber-style marker to fill in the circle. Your child can also use manipulatives, like pompoms, or round stickers to cover the circles.
How to use dot marker pages
The circles on these pages are based on the size of my daughter’s Classic Do a Dot Markers. The circles on your printable are sized for this brand of markers, but they also work with other dauber or bingo style markers. Make sure to print at 100% to ensure the circles are the correct size.
My favorite way to use dot it printables is with round coding label stickers. We use these stickers. They are the perfect size to fit the circles on these pages. You get thousands of them for just a few dollars. You can encourage your child to match colors between the stickers and the background images (when possible) and bring the pages in the car or to a restaurant because no markers means no mess!
Make sure to get 5/8″ or 3/4″ round stickers. One inch round stickers are too big for these pages. One inch stickers are less common – most of the stickers you find are a usable size, but double check to avoid surprises.
- ✅ PACKAGE INCLUDED. Pack of 2400 Round Color Coding Circle Dot Sticker Labels and 1 zipper file bag can be used to keep labels. Bright and colorful...
- ✅ TIME SAVING. Our size stickers are super-easy to peel off, this is due to the 1 more process of removing excess waste paper before ex-factory,...
- ✅ GOOD QUALITY. The stickiness of size sticker is highly viscous, environmental and BPA Free! Make it good to stick to DVDs, books, notebooks, glass...
Free cute Halloween witch themed dab it pages download
This set of cute Halloween witch themed dot marker pages includes 9 pages. Each image has its own page in the PDF, but pictures are shown in groups below to help this page load more quickly. Here’s a look at what’s included.
Like other preschool printables on The Artisan Life, these are for personal and single classroom use. This includes use with scout groups, homeschool co-ops, library activities, your own therapy clients, etc.
You are not licensed to sell, or redistribute, the files to other adults for use with their students/children. This includes posting them for sale or download on other websites. Instead, please refer them to this post so they can download their own copies.
I hope you enjoy using these cute witch themed dot marker coloring pages with your child/students! Be sure to check out these additional fall themed printables for little learners: