Published at Thursday, April 09th 2020. by Nathalie Duhamel in Coloring Pages.
Beginning readers can practice recognizing letters with this alphabet dot-to-dot dog house! This worksheet challenges younger students in preschool and kindergarten to show off their alphabet sequence and letter knowledge by connecting all the letters of the alphabet in the correct order. Then, they can break out the crayons and color away!
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!
The leaves are falling off this maple tree! Your child will have fun coloring each leaf with the festive colors of the season. Take the time to talk to him about the changing colors of fall, or maybe ask him where he thinks this tree is and make up a story together.
Your third graders will have fun identifying common nouns in this ice cream float worksheet! Have your students find and color the ice cream scoops with common nouns inside. For added fun, cut out the colored ice cream scoops and build a float in the empty bowl!
What’s the largest land animal in the world? Kids find out as they connect the dots from 1 to 50. Between all the connect the dot and coloring fun, kids also give their fine motor skills a boost while they work.
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.
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.
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