Pumpkin Do-a-Dot Printable

Pumpkin do-a-dot printable

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so this a great time to work some fun fall-themed activities into our preschool time.

This free Pumpkin Do-a-Dot Printable is perfect for the upcoming holiday. If your little ones enjoy dot marker printables as much as mine do, they will love this fun pumpkin do-a-dot card!

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Pumpkin Do-a-Dot Printable

Each printed sheet is designed to be cut into two half-size cards. I recommend printing on white card stock because it’s sturdier, but regular printer paper will work, too.

Kids can use dot markers to fill in the pumpkin; they can also color the stem if they like. After the paint has dried, they can write their name at the bottom.

These pumpkin do-a-dot cards make great gifts for kids to give to grandparents, aunts and uncles, Sunday school teachers, co-op leaders, or Thanksgiving guests.

Download the free printable below. Be sure to print plenty of copies—your little ones will want to “paint” more than one!

Pumpkin do-a-dot card

Pumpkin Do-a-Dot Printable

Dot Markers for Kids

Dot markers are paints in a bottle with a sponge tip that serves as a paint applicator. The paints are spill-proof and provide all the fun of painting with none of the mess. And there are no messy brushes to clean—just screw the cap back on the bottle until you’re ready to paint again!

Box of rainbow-colored dot markers

We have this rainbow-colored set of Do-a-Dot Art! Markers and love them! The paint lasts for a long time—there is a LOT of liquid in each bottle. And no worries if you end up with paint on your table or counter; it wipes off easily with a damp cloth. (Been there, done that!)

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  1. These are cute. My daughter loves the Do-A-Dot stuff. Thanks for sharing this.

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      You’re welcome, Stacie–I hope your little girl enjoys them! 🙂