On this preschool reading and coloring page, kids connect dots by following the letters A to Z to reveal the vehicle! (Hint: it’s an airplane dot-to-dot!)
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Color in the cupcakes on the left side of the worksheet, count the number of cupcakes in each row, then match them up with the correct number on the right.
What color is the sky or the ocean? Learn about the color blue with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
Count the number of raindrops in each row of the worksheet. Then draw a line to match each row of raindrops with the correct number on the right side.
This preschool math and coloring worksheet focuses on the number 6. Kids color all of the spaces with the number 6 to reveal the hidden stars.
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A riff on classic dot-to-dots, this dino worksheet asks kids to connect the dots from A to Z.
Break out the blue crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see blue objects, trace and write “blue,” and color with blue.
This horse doesn’t want to be boring old brown; he wants to be all the colors of the rainbow! Can your child help him out?
Time to pull out those paintbrushes because this giraffe color by number sheet is different than all the rest–it uses watercolors instead of crayons!
If you’re tired of color by number, try painting by number instead! This cute sheet features an adorable bee and a pretty flower, each in need of some color.
Butterflies are one of the most amazing and beautiful insects, and now they can even teach counting, too.
Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in purple, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.
What color is an apple? Learn all about the color red with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
Kids use their watercolors to paint this toucan by number, but since they only have primary colors, they need to mix their own green, orange, and brown.
If you’re looking for a simple and fun way to reinforce your preschooler’s color and number practice, this sweet dinosaur color by number is just the ticket.
This Martin Luther King, Jr. coloring page will help preschoolers celebrate this American hero! Add color to the mandala featuring his image and famous words.
Simple enough for kids just starting preschool, this cute color by number is a great way to build on your child’s number and color learning.
This dino connect the dots has the alphabet for kids to practice their lower case letters and fine motor skills.
Here’s a fun twist on the typical color by number sheet–try painting by number instead! Kids mix their own colors to brighten up this cute duck.
All children develop as individuals. Parents and caregivers should use the age ratings below as a general guideline, taking the abilities, temperament and interests of their children into account.
Kids color and cut out a spiral snake, exercising their fine motor skills on this prekindergarten arts and crafts and coloring worksheet.
Dr. Martin Luther King fought for the civil freedoms of all people during the Civil Rights Movement, and his birthday is a celebration of those freedoms.
This worksheet introduces the color red to preschoolers using commons items and animals!
Practice color and number recognition with this worksheet, which challenges her to match colors with numbers, then color in a cute dinosaur!
Visit DLTK’s Color Buddies for printable crafts, coloring pages, felt board templates, tracer pages and poems to supplement these color recognition worksheets.
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This fun alphabet coloring page will have your child coloring a toothy alligator while learning the shape and sound of the letter A.
What color are tree trunks? Learn about the color brown with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
Practice color and number recognition while working on his fine-motor skills with this worksheet, which challenges him to match colors with numbers.
It doesn’t matter if your child prefers to carefully hug the lines or drag her coloring utensil of choice wildly across the page—because there’s no wrong way to color! Browse our preschool coloring pages, print out a few, and then challenge your child to bring what’s on the page to life.
Yell for yellow! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see yellow objects, trace and write “yellow,” and color with yellow.
Celebrate the winter season with a fun paper doll activity! Help your child cut out these colorful outfits, and see if she can pick out the winter clothes.
As one year comes to an end, another year will begin! Celebrate this New Year’s Eve with your little ones, and add some festive confetti colors to this picture.
Is orange a color or a delicious fruit? Learn all about the color orange with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
Ages 4-5 Can complete without assistance. Provides practice printing the words of colors. Age 3 Can complete with minimal assistance after directions are given. Age 2 Introduction to colors — can complete with adult assistance.
The Shapes recognition worksheets have some colors practice included if you’re looking for more practice.
How can this fish be called a rainbow fish without any colors? He needs your child’s help to brighten him up.
Help preschoolers practice one to one correspondence with these printables and a bag of Skittles!
Here’s a worksheet that’s packed full of fun fine motor skills practice. Kids trace a variety of shapes, then brighten them up with some color.
Seek out all the things that start with S sounds in this picture. This is a sensational way for preschoolers to learn concepts they’ll need for kindergarten!
This fun paint by number sheet, featuring an adorable snake, has it all: color mixing, number recognition, patterning, and more!
Take breaks, when necessary. Choose a time of day when you and the child are relaxed. Provide rewards (verbal encouragement, gold stars on “chore chart” checklists or awards for tasks that have been mastered) and change up the rewards when needed. Don’t underestimate the “reward value” of one-on-one time with a loved grown up! Ten minutes of “homework time” with daddy after work can become a special ritual for both father and child (at least it did for our family *grin*).
Learn about the color black with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
If an aspect of a project is frustrating to the child, provide assistance – try to keep things fun. Sing songs, read stories or watch shows with a similar theme as the worksheet you choose to supplement the project – again focusing on extra activities that the child enjoys to help keep them motivated.
Here’s a way to get your kid salivating for some healthy treats–a delicious fruit color by number page.
Break out the crayons and get coloring with this pretty unicorn coloring page, guaranteed to please your little princess.
Kids are sure to have a blast coloring their favorite nursery rhyme characters, and practicing counting from 1 to 10 while they’re at it.
How are you feeling today? Use these cards to explore emotion adjectives, either on their own or with our Mindfulness lesson plan series.
Tracing activities develop a child’s control of the small muscles of the hands (fine motor skills) improving hand/eye coordination. Learning shapes and colors allows children to group or classify items — children develop their ability to make logical connections — a precursor to both math and language arts.
Our preschool colors worksheets and printables are a rainbow of fun. Your little one will learn all about ROYGBIV as he writes and matches his way to color knowledge! Many of our color worksheets require kids to color and paint by number, which is a great way to work out fine motor skills. It’s important for kids to learn that there are certain constistencies when it comes to colors. Mastering the colors will help your child make sense of the world around him; he’ll be better able to order his experiences once he realizes that certain things tend to be certain colors. As an added bonus, he’ll appreciate exceptions to the color rules all the more.
Each part of the rainbow is labeled with a different color. Count how many colors are listed then color in each part according to the label.
Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in green, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.
Here’s a fun way to teach kids their colors and boost fine motor skills to boot–a fun rainbow color by number sheet!
This worksheet not only works on color recognition, but helps preschoolers recognize rhyming sounds, and works on handwriting and spelling, too!
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Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in yellow, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.