Free Letter M Printable Do a Dot Pages

Free Letter M Printable Do a Dot Pages

Today I have a free letter M printable for you. They are letter M free printable do a dot pages. This freebie comes in eight variations including uppercase, lowercase, color, black and white, and I’ve also included a tracing and non-tracing version for if your preschooler (or kindergartner) is learning to write. Learn more about different ways you can use it and then grab your free letter M do a dot printable at the bottom of this post.

Free Letter M Printable Do a Dot Pages

Letter M Do a Dot Printable Pages

Do a dot pages are great because they can be used for so many different activities with your preschooler. While you might think that you can only use them with do a dot markers, that’s just not true. There are a lot of ways to use them to keep them fun and interesting for your toddler and preschooler.

Below I’m going to show you just a few of the fun ways you can use your letter M do a dot printable. Then you can download yours at the end of the post and enjoy!

Letter M Printable With Dot Stickers

Usually I start off by by showing you how you can always remember to use these pages with do a dot markers. But I don’t have a brown one (I have these ones). Although I now have my eye on these dot markers because they come in more colors. Or even these ones because I love the metallic colors included with them.

But since I don’t have brown dot markers right now, instead I’ll first show you how you can use this letter M do a dot printable with dot stickers. They come in all kinds of colors, just make sure you get the 3/4″ ones and they’ll fit great with these dot pages. This is a great way to use the pages because kids LOVE stickers and it takes some fine motor practice to line them up just right with each dot.

Letter M Printable With Pom Poms

Another way you can use your letter M is for Monkey printable is with brown pom poms. I found these great ones at Michael’s that come in all kinds of sizes and textures but I couldn’t find a link to them. But either way pom poms are great for fine motor grabbing as well as one-to-one correspondence. Plus, like with the other dot a dot activities they are learning the formation of the letter (in this case the letter M).

And remember as with any of these dot page activities you can use these handy dry erase pockets if you don’t want to laminate them. They’re great to have on hand.

Letter M Printable With Dry Erase Markers

The last way I want to show you how to use your letter M printable is with dry erase markers. Whether you use them in dry erase pockets or by laminating them, this is a great way to allow your child to color them while still being able to re-use the page for something else. They come in a lot of great colors and kids always get a kick out of erasing them when they’re done.

Download Your Letter M Free Printable Do a Dot Pages

Now you have several neat ideas for how to use your M is for Monkey printable dot pages with your toddler or preschooler. There are lots of awesome ways to use them that will help to not only teach your child the letter but also help them work on fine motor skills and other valuable skills they need when they get to Kindergarten and beyond.

To grab your dot pages just click the button below to download them, print them out, laminate (if desired), and enjoy!

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Are you working on the letter M for your preschooler’s letter of the week program? If so, be sure to check out my other letter M resources and printables here that you can use in your letter of the week activists with your preschooler.

Looking for more alphabet do a dot printables? You can view the previous letter L printable dot pages here, and the next letter N printable dot pages here.

Letter M Books

Letter M Books for Preschool

If you’re looking for letter M books for your preschool letter of the week program you’ve come to the right place. Here is a list of books starting with M and featuring letter M words.

Letter M Books for Preschool

Letter M Books for Preschool

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Maxwell Moose’s Mountain Monster by Barbara deRubertis (Animal Antics A to Z)

I always have to include this series first in my letter book lists because we love them! They are so perfect for letter and sound recognition with the repetitiveness. And all wrapped up in an interesting and fun story.

In this one Maxwell Moose loves camping out and making s’mores and telling spooky stories. But what if Maxwell’s imaginary Mountain Monster stories aren’t as imaginary as he thought?

 

 

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Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman

A baby bird goes in search of his mother in this hilarious Beginner Book edited by Dr. Seuss. When a mother bird’s egg starts to jump, she hurries off to make sure she has something for her little one to eat. But as soon as she’s gone, out pops the baby bird. He immediately sets off to find his mother, but not knowing what she looks like makes it a challenge. The little hatchling is determined to find his mother, even after meeting a kitten, a hen, a dog, and a Snort. The timeless message of the bond between mother and child make.

 

 

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If You Give a Moose a Muffin by Laura Numeroff

If a big hungry moose comes to visit, you might give him a muffin to make him feel at home. If you give him a muffin, he’ll want some jam to go with it. When he’s eaten all your muffins, he’ll want to go to the store to get some more muffin mix.

 

 

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The Mitten by Jan Brett

When Nicki drops his white mitten in the snow, he goes on without realizing that it is missing. One by one, woodland animals find it and crawl in; first, a curious mole, then a rabbit, a badger and others, each one larger than the last. Finally, a big brown bear is followed in by a tiny brown mouse and what happens next makes for a wonderfully funny climax. As the story of the animals in the mitten unfolds, the reader can see Nicki in the borders of each page, walking through the woods unaware of what is going on.

 

 

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Mouse Mess by Linnea Asplind Riley

There’s a mouse in the house, and when he wakes up, he’s going to be hungry for a snack. From cookies and crackers to olives, cheese, and sticky jam, MOUSE joyfully munches his way through the kitchen and makes a big MESS!

 

 

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Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! by Candace Fleming

Tippy, tippy, tippy, Pat! That’s the sound three hungry bunnies make when the sun goes down and the moon comes up and Mr. McGreely’s garden smells yum, yum, yummy. While he’s dreaming of his mouth-watering carrots, the bunnies are diving over fences and swimming trenches to get the veggies first! Hammer, hammer, hammer, Saw! That’s the sound Mr. McGreely makes when the sun comes up and the moon goes down and he sees what those twitch-whiskers have done….Nibbled leaves! Empty stalks! Mr. McGreely will build something bigger and better, sure to keep even pesky puff-tails away.

 

 

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Millie Waits for the Mail by Alexander Steffensmeier

Millie is unlike most other cows. She chews her cud and grazes in the fields with the others, but she doesn’t enjoy that nearly as much as she loves scaring the mail carrier. It’s too bad the mail carrier doesn’t have as much fun each time Millie comes up with a new way to surprise him. Who knew delivering the mail was going to be such a difficult job?

 

 

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Mitt, the Michigan Mouse by Kathy-jo Wargin

This isn’t a picture book, it’s a chapter book with some pictures. But I had to include it because my children (2 and 5) loved this book as our family read aloud. It is the first in a series of about four books. We’re in the middle of reading the second book, Minn from Minnesota and my children are still loving them. Action packed and engaging.

Mitt, as young white-footed mouse, lives happily in a wool mitten deep in the forest until a boy happens by with his rather large dog who snatches Mitt’s beloved home. Mitt embarks on a journey across Michigan to retrieve his warm and cozy mitten, seeing many sights and having many adventures.

 

 

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M is for Melody: A Music Alphabet by Kathy-jo Wargin

From the oom pah pah of the brass section to the tickle and tease of the keyboard ivories, “M is for Melody” gives a music lesson in alphabet form. Instruments, composers, terms, and even musical styles are examined from A-Z in easy, read-aloud rhymes and expository, accompanied by colorful and engaging artwork.

 

 

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Most Marshmallows by Rowboat Watkins

Most marshmallows are born into marshmallow families, play with marshmallow friends, and go to marshmallow school where they learn to be squishy. Most marshmallows read a book before bed and then fall asleep to dream ordinary marshmallow dreams. But, this book isn’t about most marshamallows, is it? No. That’s because author Rowboat Watkins knows that, just like you, some marshmallows have big dreams, and just like you, these marshmallows can do anything they set their minds to. This sweet and silly book is an inspiring reminder to everyone that by being true to ourselves, each of us has the power to be extraordinary.

 

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Moon! Earth’s Best Friend by Stacy McAnulty

Meet Moon! She’s more than just a rock―she’s Earth’s rock, her best friend she can always count on. Moon never turns her back on her friend (literally: she’s always facing Earth with the same side!). These two will stick together forever. With characteristic humor and charm, Stacy McAnulty channels the voice of Moon in this next celestial “autobiography” in the Our Universe series.

 

 

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Tony Baroni Loves Macaroni by Marilyn Sadler

Picky eaters everywhere will identify with young Tony, who will eat nothing but macaroni. This charming tale about a limited palette that is expanded, step-by-step, on a tour through noodle-dom is told in singsong verse. The importance of a balanced diet is addressed ever so subtly in this engaging story.

 

 

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Magnets Push, Magnets Pull by David A. Adler

Magnetism is all around us–even the earth is a giant magnet. A world without magnets would be a world without cell phones, computers, and more!

 

 

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The Matzah Man: A Passover Story by Naomi Howland

We are Christians who observe Passover each year. So this year we came across this book during the week of Passover. My kids got quite a kick out of it and thought it was pretty fun. It’s a matzah cracker version of The Gingerbread Boy story.

A bold little man made of matzah jumps out of the baker’s oven and leads him and everyone in the neighborhood—all of whom are preparing for Passover—on a merry chase. With colossal chutzpah, the Matzah Man taunts Cousin Tillie as she is cooking brisket, Auntie Bertha trying on her new spring shoes, and Grandpapa Solly making gefilte fish. He at last arrives on the doorstep of clever Mendel Fox, who offers him a hiding place under the Passover matzah cover—and when the seder meal begins, that’s the end of the Matzah Man!

 

 

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Me on the Map by Joan Sweeney

Maps can show you where you are anywhere in the world! A beloved bestseller that helps children discover their place on the planet, now refreshed with new art from Qin Leng. Where are you? Where is your room? Where is your home? Where is your town? This playful introduction to maps shows children how easy it is to find where they live and how they fit in to the larger world.

 

 

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Over in the Meadow by Olive A. Wadsworth

Over in the Meadow in the sand in the sun Lived an old mother turtle and her little turtle one. So begins this classic nursery poem, written by Olive A Wadsworth in the late 19th century, a favorite counting rhyme for generations of children. Anna Vojtech’s sweet illustrations depict a sun-drenched meadow filled with loving animal families-from mother turtle with her one baby to ten little beavers embraced by their doting mother. There are lots to count in the cleverly designed pictures, and sharp-eyed youngsters will delight in finding a corresponding number of background details on each spread.

 

 

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Memorial Day by Emma Carlson Berne (Holidays in Rhythm and Rhyme)

Memorial Day honors soldiers who fought and died for the United States. On this day, communities gather to remember soldiers’ sacrifices and celebrate the beginning of summer. Sing along as you explore Holidays in Rhythm and Rhyme!

 

 

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Milk: From Cow to Carton by Aliki (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science)

In this non-fiction book, readers take a fun-filled and informative tour of the milk’s trip from green grass, to cow, to a cool glass on the table. It begins with grazing cows, proceeds through milking and a trip to the dairy, and ends with some different foods made from milk.

 

 

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Mirror Me! by Julie Aigner-Clark (Baby Einstein)

Okay you might argue that this is a baby book. And while you would be right, I can assure you that most preschoolers will also love it. All of my children (7 months, 2, and 5 at the moment) still love this book. Each page has a mirror on it and an action your child should “try” for themselves while looking in the mirror. Like Can you stick out your tongue like Frog? Puff up your cheeks like Cow? Scrunch up your nose like Jane the Monkey? Look in the mirror and try! Babies don’t necessarily copy the action, but my five year old (and sometimes my 2 year old) love to do that part. But all babies and children love to look at themselves in the mirror. It’s a really simple yet fun book.

 

 

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Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole by Wong Herbert Yee

This isn’t a picture book, it’s a beginning chapter book but it includes lots of colorful pictures. So it would be a great early read aloud option.

Mouse and Mole are neighbors. Mouse lives inside an oak tree, and Mole lives in a hole underneath. They are neighbors, but they are also friends. Sometimes friends make mistakes—but they always try to help each other out. That is what Mouse and Mole do.

 

 

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Just Me and My Mom by Mercer Mayer

Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter is spending a special day with his mom in this classic, funny, and heartwarming story. Whether the duo is at the museum, the aquarium, or the toy store, both parents and children alike will relate to Little Critter’s beloved story.

 

 

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Money Madness by David A. Adler

What’s all this madness about money? Long ago, people traded rocks or sheep for the items they wanted, but rocks were heavy and sheep ran away. This beginning guide to economics will have readers thinking about the purpose, and not just the value, of money.

 

 

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Mole Music by David McPhail

Mole has always led a simple life, but lately he feels something is missing. When he first hears someone playing a violin, Mole realizes that he longs to make beautiful music, too. Through practice and patience, Mole learns to play. And even though he plays alone, in the privacy of his underground home, his music has an effect on others that is more magical than Mole will ever know.

 

 

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Monkey and Me by Emily Gravett

A little girl and her toy monkey love imitating different animals, everything from jumping like kangaroos to waddling like penguins! Open this book and play along with them.

 

 

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Move! by Robin Page

Animals move! Follow them as they swing, dance, float, leap, and slide from page to page, then learn why these animals move the way they do, from the jumping spider who dances to impress and then floats away on a thread of silk, to the roadrunner who flies, but not too far, and would rather run to catch its prey.

 

 

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The Mushroom Fan Club by Elise Gravel

Elise Gravel is back with a whimsical look at one of her family’s most beloved pastimes: mushroom hunting! Combining her love of exploring nature with her talent for anthropomorphizing everything, she takes us on a magical tour of the forest floor and examines a handful of her favorite alien specimens up close. While the beautiful coral mushroom looks like it belongs under the sea, the peculiar Lactarius indigo may be better suited for outer space. From the fun-to-stomp puffballs to the prince of the stinkers―the stinkhorn mushroom―and the musically inclined chanterelles, Gravel shares her knowledge of this fascinating kingdom by bringing each species to life in full felt-tip-marker glory.

 

 

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Music Is… by Brandon Stosuy

From music writer and The Creative Independent/Kickstarter Editor in Chief Brandon Stosuy, comes an entertaining new board book that introduces the many moods, styles, and senses of music to the youngest audiophiles—because music is for everyone, and music is for you.

 

 

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The Marvelous Mustard Seed by Amy-Jill Levine

Discover the surprising potential of one small seed in The Marvelous Mustard Seed. Based on Jesus’ parable of the Mustard Seed, this inspiring children’s book shows young readers that one tiny seed—just like one small child—carries a world of potential.

 

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Did I miss any of your favorite letter M books for preschool? Be sure to share any other books starting with M words that you think I should add to the list.

M is For… Things That Start With M for Preschool

M is for... Things That Start With M for Preschool

Here is a handy list of things that start with M for preschool, toddlers, and other school-aged-children. Use this list to help you as you plan your letter of the week program for the letter M!

Another thing you can use this M words for kids list with is to plan out an item to use for letter M show and tell at school. Having some ideas of what words M is for can be really helpful as you think of what to have your child take for the letter M.

M is for... Things That Start With M for Preschool

Here are some “M is for …” activity ideas that this list can help with

There’s lots of ways to use the letter M word list as you plan your letter of the week program. Here are a few:

  1. Collect items for the letter M to create an “I Spy” bag, bottle, or bin
  2. Print or purchase flashcards that feature the items that start with M and match miniature objects to them
  3. Find pictures of these objects that start with M to help build your child’s vocabulary
  4. Do letter M crafts with your children that feature words that start with M
  5. As you’re focusing on the letter M, intentionally try to use, point out, or emphasize these words throughout the day

These are just a few of many possible ideas for activities that will help to teach and re-enforce the letter M formation and sound. This list can really help you as you start planning your letter M activities for your toddler, preschooler, and other children. Enjoy!

Words That Start With M for Children

Now for the list of M words for kids! The first list is an alphabetical list that you can simply copy and paste. Then below that you’ll find them sorted by category if needed. There’s also a free printable list of things that start with M at the end of this article that you can download if you’d like.

  • Macaroni
  • Mail
  • Mailbox
  • Mailman
  • Maine
  • Magazine
  • Magnet
  • Magnifying Glass
  • Man
  • Mango
  • Map
  • Maracas
  • Marble
  • March (month)
  • March (verb)
  • Marker
  • Mars
  • Marshmallow
  • Martin Luther King
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Mask
  • Mat
  • Matches
  • Math
  • Mayonnaise
  • Maze
  • Meadow
  • Meal
  • Measuring Cup
  • Meat
  • Medal
  • Melon
  • Memorial Day
  • Mercury
  • Metal
  • Meteor
  • Mexico
  • Michigan
  • Microscope
  • Microwave
  • Milk
  • Millipede
  • Minivan
  • Mink
  • Minnesota
  • Mirror
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Mitt
  • Mitten
  • Mobile
  • Mockingbird
  • Mole
  • Mom/Mother
  • Money
  • Mongoose
  • Monkey
  • Montana
  • Moon
  • Moose
  • Mop
  • Moped
  • Mosquito
  • Moth
  • Motorcycle
  • Mountain
  • Mountain Lion
  • Mouse
  • Mouth
  • Move
  • Muffin
  • Mug
  • Mule
  • Museum
  • Mushroom
  • Music
  • Mustard

Animals That Start With M

  • Millipede
  • Mink
  • Mockingbird
  • Mole
  • Mongoose
  • Monkey
  • Moose
  • Mosquito
  • Moth
  • Mountain Lion
  • Mouse
  • Mule

Clothes That Start With M

  • Makeup
  • Mask
  • Mitt
  • Mitten

Food That Starts With M

  • Macaroni
  • Mango
  • Marshmallow
  • Mayonnaise
  • Meal
  • Meat
  • Melon
  • Milk
  • Mushroom
  • Muffin
  • Mustard

People That Start With M

  • Mailman
  • Man
  • Martin Luther King
  • Mom/Mother

Places That Start With M

  • Maine
  • Mars
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Meadow
  • Mercury
  • Mexico
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Moon
  • Mountain
  • Museum

Toys That Start With M

  • Maracas
  • Marble
  • Maze
  • Mobile

Transportation That Starts With M

  • Minivan
  • Moped
  • Motorcycle

Verbs That Start With M

  • March (verb)
  • Move

Other M Words for Kids

  • Mail
  • Mailbox
  • Magazine
  • Magnet
  • Magnifying Glass
  • Map
  • March (month)
  • Marker
  • Mat
  • Matches
  • Math
  • Measuring Cup
  • Medal
  • Memorial Day
  • Metal
  • Meteor
  • Microscope
  • Microwave
  • Mirror
  • Money
  • Mop
  • Mouth
  • Mug
  • Music

Things That Start With M Free Checklist Printable (Editable)

Want to make homeschool planning even easier? Grab the free printable list of things that start with M for easy printing and reference. Within the file I’ve included the list sorted alphabetically as well as by category. You can also add and edit your own list for your preferences. Print them out and put them into your homeschool planner so you can reference to them more easily as you plan for your letter of the week program.

To get your free printable, CLICK HERE

Can you think of any other things that start with M? Leave a comment below and let me know. Also be sure to share how you’re utilizing this letter M list in your own homeschool planning.