Find 30 different FREE color by number printables to use for your kids at home or students at school. Most number coloring pages come in packs of 6-8!
I’ve been having a lot of fun sharing a bunch of sets of color by numbers worksheets lately, so I decided to roundup some other ones I found around the internet so you can have a bunch in one place!
Color by number printables are so fun that kids won’t even know they are learning while coloring. These coloring pages are perfect for preschoolers, kindergarten students on through first graders and beyond.
Whether you are a homeschool Mom, a teacher needing morning work or math centers, or just a Mom trying to keep children off screens at home, these number worksheets are fun for everyone!
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All of the different PDF coloring pages contain different color and key codes. But for the most part, there is a specific color that corresponds to a number next to it. Instruct your child to color all of the sections with a specific number to the corresponding color it was assigned.
For younger kids that can’t read, you might have to help them read the colors and then ask which crayon is that color. They will be learning different colors without knowing it too!
Valentine's Day is a great time to be using coloring pages. Once the kids color in and fine the mystery pictures, they can cut the square out and give them out as Valentine's gifts to parents, grandparents, or friends!
Since the numbers are all under ten, this would be a great way for younger kids to practice basic number recognition.
Earth Day is a national holiday celebrated on April 22nd and is another great time to talk to your kids about protecting the planet while they are coloring in images like trash cans, the planet Earth, and recycling.
Not all color by number pages are matching different numbers to different colors. Some can involve more complicated math skills like addition and subtraction problems.
This version of color by numbers is even for more advanced math and uses multiplication problems. Kids find the number they need to color by practicing math facts. There are also a few letter matching worksheets.
I know a lot of people love Disney coloring pages. I found this site, Coloring Home, which has a lot of cute Disney-themed printables for older students that include princesses, unicorns, Mickey Mouse, Care Bears, and more.
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