Are you sick of coming up with center ideas? Dot It games are not only easy to throw into literacy or math centers, and the students love using BINGO daubers. Teach your students how to play this game 1 time and then each time you switch the skill, your students will already know how to play! There are affiliate links in this post in order to help you easily find the BINGO markers I use.
My Dot It! Literacy and Math bundles are some of my students favorite activities! They even ask if they can do the worksheets more than once. This student is working on CVC words. She found the “bug” on the purple gum ball, hunts for the word “bug” on the worksheet, then gets to “dot it” with a purple BINGO Dauber. They do this for all of the words, matching the color of the BINGO dauber to the color of the gum ball they found.
These students are working hard on ending sounds! We talk about how to put the lid on after you use it each time. Also, we practice how to use just a dot and not squeeze the dauber too hard.
Included in my Dot It Games Literacy Bundle is an editable version of this sight word game. You can type in your own words on the gum balls and the worksheet as your students learn more words.
My Dot It Games Math bundle has 11 games including this 10 frame game.
Here’s an example of the shape activity which works on 2D shapes.
Students can also practice addition and subtraction with these worksheets as well.
All you need are these bundles and some BINGO daubers, and you can use this center all year! All I have to do is throw in the new worksheets and gum balls into a center, and the students already know how to play! Easy peasy! I use Dot-a-Dot markers which you can get on Amazon, Michaels, or any school catalog.