Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Differentiation

Dot markers are such a fun and engaging learning material both in my classroom and at home with my son! I love how easy they make filling in bubbles when working on a hands-on worksheet. Even though my son is only two years old, we have already started working on uppercase and lowercase letters since he can identify most letters by name. Of course, adding dot markers to any activity will make it more engaging for a preschool or kindergarten lesson!

Staged Worksheet

What could be more fun than taking your students on a letter hunt using ABC Dot Color Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Worksheets!?! To work on uppercase and lowercase letters, choose two dot marker colors and fill in the identifying bubbles at the top of the worksheet. Then, students will dot all the letters below in the cooresponding color. You can use crayons, markers, or any other art supply, but Dot Markers are definitely a student favorite! This makes for a quick and easy literacy center or small group activity to see how your students are progressing.

Dot Marker Conner 1 Dot Marker Conner 2

This activity was so much fun to try out with my son. He could not get enough of the dot markers! It was so sweet to hear him say “big A, little a” as he went through and dotted the letters.

You can grab my ABC Dot Color Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Worksheets in my TpT store! Don’t forget to grab a pack of Dot Markers on Amazon using my affiliate link to make this lesson extra fun!

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