Published at Thursday, April 09th 2020. by Adalene Coulon in Coloring Pages.
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.
Mix up your first-grade reading lesson with this creative color-by-short-vowel-sound worksheet. Young students will practice differentiating between long and short A, E, I, O, and U sounds as they bring this colorful page to life. Similar to the color-by-number activities kids know and love, students will enjoy coloring the picture according to the vowel sounds in each word.
This coloring worksheet will introduce your second graders to Harriet Tubman, a well-known historical figure who saved many slaves during the Civil War. She was also an advocate of the women’s suffrage movement! As students color Harriet Tubman, use the opportunity to inject a little history into their day. This social studies resource can be used during February (Black History Month), March (Women’s History Month), or any time of the year!
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!
This noun worksheet is a quick and colorful exercise for your 1st or 2nd grader! If your child needs a boost with nouns, sit them down to work on this simple noun worksheet. This no-pressure noun worksheet helps them review the part of speech.
Affectionately known as wiener dogs, Dachshunds are cute dogs with long bodies and short legs. Kids love petting them, and they’ll surely enjoy coloring them, too!
Dinosaur may mean ”terrible lizard” but this little guy is anything but. Kids are sure to love coloring this good-natured dino, and will have fun thinking about where he’s going!
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