Published at Sunday, April 05th 2020. by Gallia Lecomte in Coloring Pages.
This springtime garden scene needs some brightening, and your child can help! All she needs to do is complete the simple addition problems and color by number. As she colors the cute garden creatures, she’ll get lots of fine motor skills practice, too.
Can you B-lieve it?! The letter B is for ”butterfly,” ”boat,” ”banana,” and so much more. Introduce your child to the letter B and other early literacy concepts with this fun coloring worksheet. By coloring in different pictures of items (and animals) that start with B, preschoolers will build letter knowledge and develop their phonological awareness.
Strengthen fine motor skills by tracing the horizontal lines on the picture to complete the road in order to let the car get to where he needs to go! Complete the scene by adding color with crayons.
3D is cool, but 2D plays an important part in math learning too! Here’s an easy way for your kindergarteners to meet two-dimensional shapes: by tracing familiar ones, like a triangle and a square, then coloring and labeling them again and again. This math worksheet is a three-in-one way for kids to start experimenting with flat shapes, or 2D shapes, setting them up for geometry success.
Help kids differentiate uppercase letters and lowercase letters with this coloring page. Students must identify uppercase A’s B’s and C’s, and color them correspondingly to reveal the hidden picture.
Did you know giraffes had unusually high heart rates for their size? This sweet coloring page puts a new spin on that fun fact. Count and color in all the hearts on the giraffe as he takes a bite out of a giant Valentine’s Day treat.
Ahh, the calming colors of a Monet painting. Kids who are interested in art can learn more about the life and work of Monet and how he helped start the impressionist movement in this biography worksheet that comes with an art excercise at the end.
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