Published at Friday, April 24th 2020. by Adalicia Laurent in Coloring Pages.
Get your preschooler excited about reading with this activity-packed worksheet. Offering handwriting practice, letter matching, and coloring, this worksheet keeps little hands busy and little minds thinking…all about the letter F!
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.
All aboard the bus for a school-themed coloring page! This kindergarten coloring sheet features a school bus parked in front of school. Coloring pages such as this one will not only provide a fun project for your child, it will also build motor skills for writing later on.
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.
It’s a farmer’s life in this farm coloring page. Your child will enjoy coloring in the barnyard scene, and holding a pencil or crayon will also be working fine-motor skills, the basis for clear writing later on.
Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. E is for eyedropper and eggplant—your child can practice E’s letter sound and her memory skills by identifying objects on the page as she colors.
Little learners will build number sense skills while also working up an appetite in this delicious fruit-themed color-by-number worksheet. Color-by-number activities are a great way for young learners to practice identifying numbers 0–10 while also honing their fine motor skills. Using the color key to guide them, kids will color in kiwis, grapes, watermelons, and more in this mouthwatering activity.
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