Top 20 Baseball Coloring Pages For Toddlers


Is there a baseball fan in your home? Does your child spend most of his vacation playing baseball with his friends? Then you must read this article.

Baseball is a game played between two teams of nine players. It is fondly called the “National Pastime” of the United States because of its association with the nation’s history and culture. Its long history and outstanding players have made it one of the most popular sports in the world.

Baseball is a popular game with kids of all ages. Some kids enjoy hitting the home runs while others are expert at fielding. Baseball coloring sheets are a great way to teach your child about the rules and regulations of this game. Whether they are in the fields or the stands, they will love our baseball themed coloring sheets.

Top 20 Baseball Coloring Pages:

Here is an assortment of baseball coloring sheets for your children. These coloring sheets will appeal to kids of all ages. Children can design their uniform or can color the uniform according to their favorite teams.

1. Two Kids Playing Baseball:

There is nothing more blissful than playing a game of baseball during the summer vacation. Here is a coloring sheet of two young kids playing baseball.

The beauty of a long summer afternoon is captured wonderfully in this coloring sheet. Your child will have a fun time expressing the multiple meaning as he colors this adorable baseball worksheet.

2. Baseball Trophy:

Coloring is a great way for the kids to spend some time indoors and expend their energy. When your young child cannot go outside to play, then give him the coloring sheet featuring a baseball trophy.

This trophy, in the shape of a baseball glove, will bring fun to his day. The coloring sheet also features a stadium full of cheering fans in the background. This coloring sheet might also inspire him to become a baseball player.

3. Little Baseball Player:

It looks like this little league batter is all ready to win the match for his team. Give your child some crayons and ask him to help this player score some home runs.

Younger kids mainly play T-ball. T-ball is a form of baseball where the ball is placed on a Tee so that the kids can hit it easily. They then move on to the coach pit, little league, high school, college and finally the Major Leagues.

4. Boy Hitting The Ball:

Here is a great coloring sheet of a baseball batter hitting the ball out of the park. It looks like he is playing for a grand slam. The crowd is cheering and rooting for him in the background.

Will the batter get the ball in time to give the other team a strike? Tell your child to write a short story to go with this picture. The fine detailing in this coloring sheet will help to improve flexes and handwriting muscles of your child.

5. Father And Son Playing Baseball:

Print out this coloring sheet of a father-son duo having a great time playing baseball. This batter looks all ready to hit a home run. Do you think he will make it? Let your child conclude that as he colors the sheet.

If your child likes, he can also draw a ball speeding towards the father as he takes a swing. This weekend, why don’t you play baseball with your children? This way, you can spend some fun time with your children.

6. Baseball Diamond:

A baseball diamond is the field upon which the game is played. The baseball field is very different from the other sports field.

The game is played on a wedge-shaped field, which resembles a quarter of a circle. This gives it an appearance of a diamond. A baseball diamond is defined by two lines that are called the foul lines. These lines create a boundary on each side of the field.

7. Connect The Dot:

Do you have a little leaguer at home? Then build his color and number recognition skills with this coloring sheet.

Encourage your child’s artistic abilities to color the baseball bat and ball. He can also use his imagination to add details and drawings to this worksheet. Do not forget to color the stitches on the ball.

8. Catching The Ball:

This coloring sheet features a female baseball catcher in full swing. Do you think she will make it?

Tell your child to bring life to this scene by adding colors.

9. Baseball Essentials:

This coloring sheet will definitely please your little baseball lover. It features the baseball bat, ball, gloves, and helmet.

For a sports fan, summer means the peak of the season. So this summer, grab your bat, ball, gloves, and head out to the park for a run around the bases.

10. Texas Rangers Logo:

Here is a coloring sheet of Texas Rangers logo, a professional baseball teal located in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas.

This baseball team is the member of the Western Division of Major League Baseball’s American League. The franchise was established in 1961 as the Washington Senators, but the name was changed to the Texas Rangers in 1971.

11. Minnesota Twins Logo:

This coloring sheet features the logo of the Minnesota Twins, a professional baseball team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The team is named after the Twin Cities areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The team was founded in Washington, D.C in 1901 as one of the eight teams in the American League.

12. MLB Logo:

MLB, also known as the Major League Baseball is one of the four professional sports leagues in North America.

The team plays in the National and American League, which initially operated as separate legal entities. The league also manages the International World Baseball Classic tournament.

13. Dog Playing Baseball:

Does your child wonder how a dog looks while playing baseball? Then hand him this coloring sheet to feed his imagination.

Tell your child to add some color to this silly scene.

14. Color By Number:

This coloring sheet features a baseball player. In this coloring sheet, your child has to identify and match each number with its corresponding color using the color key.

The picture will be revealed as each shape is filled with the corresponding color. Color by number worksheets and both fun and education. This coloring sheet is designed to teach and enhance the number recognition skills in the children while having fun with the colors.

15. Elmo Playing Baseball:

Here is a coloring sheet of Elmo ready to catch the ball coming towards him. Elmo is a Muppet from the children’s television show “Sesame Street”.

He is a furry, red monster Muppet who hosts the last 15-minute segment on “Sesame Street”. This three-year-old Muppet always refers to himself in the third person.

16. Baseball Bats:

Here is a fun, printable baseball bat-coloring sheet designed for younger kids.

A baseball bat is a wooden club used to hit the ball after it is thrown by the pitcher. The bat is around 2.75 inches in diameter and is not more than 42 inches long. Children can draw a baseball player or other baseball essentials to go with this drawing sheet.

17. Girl Playing Baseball:

Does your little daughter like playing sports? Then here is the perfect coloring sheet for her.

This coloring sheet features a young girl all set to play the baseball. Your daughter can model the girl’s uniform after her favorite team’s jersey.

18. B For Baseball:

Here is a simple B for baseball coloring sheet for toddlers, kindergarteners, and preschoolers. Tell your child to trace the letter and then color the page.

This coloring sheet will help your little one identify the uppercase and lowercase version of the letter B. It will reinforce writing skills and letter recognition in your child. Tell your child to write down other words starting with the letter B when he is done coloring the sheet.

19. Pooh Playing Baseball:

This coloring sheet features the adorable Winnie-the-Pooh playing baseball in a garden. Even the butterfly and bird have come to witness Pooh play baseball.

The bird, butterfly, flowers and star in the background give an appealing look to this coloring sheet. Winnie the Pooh is an anthropomorphic teddy bear created by A.A. Milne. He is a friendly bear who lives with his friends in 100 Acres Wood.

20. Patrick – The Baseball Player:

It looks like Patrick Star is all geared to play the game. We are sure he will give his best in the game.

Patrick Star is the deuteragonist of the SpongeBob Square Pants series. He is an unintelligent starfish who is also SpongeBob’s best friend. This dim witted pink starfish lives under a rock in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom along with Squidward and SpongeBob.

Now that you have browsed through our collection of baseball coloring sheets, all you have to do is print out the best ones for your child’s instant enjoyment. These coloring sheets can also be used for games; sports themed birthday parties and school projects.

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