Published at Friday, April 24th 2020. by Ivonne Aubert in Coloring Pages.
Does your fourth grader know about the autumnal equinox? What about the three months in fall? This colorful crossword puzzle all about autumn will challenge your child.
Who’s hiding in the subtraction problems? Use your super subtraction skills to find out which colors to add to the drawing! This is also a fun way to introduce your child to vertical subtraction.
Getting tired of your normal math assignments? Try something a bit more fun and festive with this advanced color by number worksheet! You’ll solve for X to color in an autumn scene.
In this letter C activity, children get hands-on letter recognition practice as they color pictures of familiar items. Students learn that C is for ”cat,” ”cake”, ”can,” ”camel,” ”coat,” and ”cup.” This worksheet supports preschoolers and other early readers as they practice hearing beginning sounds and develop their phonological awareness. Enhance this activity by encouraging kids to pronounce each word aloud as they color in the corresponding picture.
What is wind energy? Teach your students how we can use the wind to create electricity! This colorful worksheet will give kids an introduction to wind energy, and then they’ll be challenged with a critical thinking question to reflect on what they’ve read.
Here’s a thorough, easy-to-understand breakdown of the color wheel that includes primary, secondary and tertiary colors, complete with a few quiz questions to keep your little artist on her toes!
What is the color blue? With this reading and writing worksheet, your preschoolers will find out while making their very own book all about it! Have students grab their blue crayons to trace words and color the pictures. Once they have completed this resource, they will have learned new vocabulary, such as ”whale” and ”water.” This is a great way to encourage early writing and reinforce letter knowledge, colors, and more.
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