Published at Tuesday, April 07th 2020. by Faunia Gilbert 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!
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.
A twist on classic color by number pages, this coloring page asks kids to color by shape instead. Kids practice recognizing ovals, diamonds, and stars as they color a rocket shooting through space.
Don’t let your student give up on learning sight words! It may be time to try a new approach to learning to read. Cutting, pasting, coloring, and reading—all of these learning-packed activities are featured in this sight word worksheet that explores the word ”the.” Have kids display their artwork and they’ll recognize this sight word in no time!
Look at the beautiful garden! This color-by-number puzzle provides a creative opportunity for kindergarteners to practice simple addition and subtraction. Kids color the spaces to match the answers in the color code. Mastering addition and subtraction will help set kindergarteners up for math success.
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.
Get ready for the Thanksgiving holiday by decorating some beautiful coloring pages to hang on the refrigerator. This engaging worksheet also gets kids to practice number recognition in a fun way.
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