For a Spots theme, there are fewer animals than for the Stripes theme, but you could include leopards and cheetahs. For a craft, you could make Ladybugs out of red paper circles and round black stickers.
Hill, Eric. SPOT THE DOG series. Many children will know this bright yellow dog, because the books have inspired a television series.
Hoban, Tana. DOTS, SPOTS, SPECKLES, AND STRIPES. Photos depict the concepts mentioned in the title.
Knutson, Barbara. HOW THE GUINEA FOWL GOT HER SPOTS. A Swahili folktale explains how Guinea Fowl got her spots so she can elude the lion.
Lopshire, Robert. PUT ME IN THE ZOO. In this classic easy reader, a spotted creature learns he has talent for the circus.
Reidy, Jean. TOO PURPLEY. A little girl doesn’t like any of the clothes she tries on, including some that are “too stripey” and “too dotty.”
Tafuri, Nancy. SPOTS, FEATHERS, AND CURLY TAILS. Guess the farm animals in this simple and fun story.