Published at Friday, April 03rd 2020. by Lealia Bailly in Coloring Pages.
Get in gear for the 4th of July with this star tracing activity for preschoolers. This worksheet will help develop shape recognition and concentration with the tracing activity…and develop artistic skill with the coloring!
A great way to introduce your child to continents is to start with North America, the continent where he lives! Color in the continent and the animals living on it. Take a wild guess what continent is south of North America. Click here for the coloring page for South America.
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.
This first day of school coloring page features a girl following her morning routine to get dressed and ready for school. Is your child scared, excited, or a little of both this back to school season? Have your little one add color to the scene to help relax her first day of school jitters!
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.
Ho ho ho! Santa has left lots of colorful presents filled with addition facts for your first grader to practice. These one-digit addition problems can be memorized just like times tables, preparing your child for more advanced math.
Navigate the traffic to practice your counting! Help your young learner write out the number to match each group of cars. To add an extra challenge, see if he can name all the colors he sees in each group of vehicles.
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