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10 Black Dots Q-Tip Painting

Preschoolers and Kindergarten kiddos will love this hands-on math activity inspired by our latest library find, 10 Black Dots by Donald Crews.  Grab the book and complete this count to 10 worksheet.  Your little one(s) will 10 Black Dots Q-Tip Paining!  

10 black dots q-tip painting for kids



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Ya know, ever since our time with Five in A Row Literature Based Curriculum, I love extending a storybook through some type of craft and/or learning activity!

 If you browse through the blog, I am sure you will find lots of fun go along activities for all kind of storybooks, such as:

After reading 10 Black Dots with your child, present them with this free counting printable to practice counting numbers 1 to10.

Supplies:



Using the tip of the q-tip, your child will make the correct amount of dots in each number with black paint.  Hence, your preschool or Kindergartener will be making 10 black dots all his/her own as they count and paint their way to 10.  

This is a great way to work on math skills such as:
  • counting
  • 1:1 correspondence
  • number recognition
And bonus, the q-tip painting adds sneaks in strengthening those all important fine motor skills!

q-tip painting 10 black dots


Have your child begin with making one dot in the number 1, two dots in the number 2, three dots in the number 3, and so on!

This count to 10 worksheet was a big hit with my daughter!  I'm pretty sure the q-tip painting aspect sold her. ha!  


count to 10 worksheet

Such a fun a simple way to practice counting to 10!

Grab your Count to 10 Worksheet here, click the link to download your free printable! Enjoy!

*for personal use only.
*do not alter, distribute, copy, sell printable as your own.
*HELLO Dottie and HELLO BigFirstie font licensed to Jenn Jones.


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