Top 10 Color By Number Coloring Pages

Do you have a child at home whom you are preparing for pre-schooling? Is your child facing difficulty in color and number recognition? Then you have come to the right place!

Color by number worksheet is a great educational tool for children. Your child will have to reveal the hidden picture by coloring in the numbered spaces according to the color key. These worksheets help the children recognize the number while being artistic at the same time. It will help your child learn the meaning of symbols and the importance of coloring instruction. This will lay the foundation for early learning success.

Top 10 Color By Number Coloring Pages For Kindergarten:

Here is a small collection of free color by number coloring pages to print for your aspiring artists. Whether your child is working on her multiplication skills or learning her numbers, this coloring sheet will help him greatly in his math practice.

1. B For Bear:

This B for Bear coloring sheet is cute enough to cuddle. Can your child color this bear?

Ask your child to match the names with the colors in order to find the hidden image. This activity will also help her review the names of the colors. This coloring sheet will not just help your child practice her color recognition skills, but will also teach her alphabetical order.

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2. Sun And Rainbow:

Take your child on a trip to the skies with this color by number sheet.

When he is coloring, ask him why the rainbow and the sun are so happy. With seven different colors, this worksheet is guaranteed to give your child a fun time.

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3. In The Pasture:

The two cows you see here are a part of a colorful farm.

Tell your child to use the color key at the bottom to give lifelike colors to these farm animals. This activity will teach your child to color within the lines while working on his number recognition skills.

4. Monster Inc:

This worksheet features Sully, Mike and Boo, the major characters of the film “Monster Inc.” “Monster Inc.” is a computer-animated film centering on two monsters, Sully, and Mike.

Both these monsters generate the city’s electricity by scaring children. If your child uses watercolors, then he can also practice color mixing in this image.

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5. Joker:

What is this silly clown up to? Tell your child to find out by coloring according to the color key assigned.

This coloring sheet will surely excite your child about coloring. Make him do simple addition and subtraction when he is finished coloring the sheet.

6. Little Fairy:

This coloring sheet is guaranteed to impress your little daughters.

Your child needs to bring the fairy out of the hiding by coloring the picture according to the numbers. This coloring sheet is a great way to teach your daughter some counting skills.

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7. Witch:

Is this witch creepy, crazy or cute? Do not let your child decide until he is done coloring the whole sheet.

Tell your child to match each color using the number chart. Your child will practice his fine motor skills as he colors in this creepy witch.

8. Christmas Tree:

Is there any better way to get your child into the Christmas spirit than by giving him a holiday themed worksheet? We think not!

This coloring sheet features three beautiful Christmas trees. Your child has to color the Christmas trees and the ornaments according to the color chart given below. We are sure he will produce a beautiful picture.

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9. Gingerbread House:

This coloring sheet will sweeten your child’s Christmas festivities. It features a fun gingerbread house with hills as the backdrop.

In addition to being fun, children will also get to practice number. You can also cut out and hang this coloring sheet to hang on the refrigerator.

10. Child Playing With Toy Horse:

This adorable coloring sheet features a young boy taking a ride on his rocking horse.

This worksheet is simple enough for kids who are just starting preschool. It will also boost the subtle math skills of children who are working on number recognition.

If your child loves color by numbers coloring pages, then he will also enjoy our collection of connect the dots worksheets and hidden pictures coloring sheet.

Even teachers can include these free printable color by number coloring pages in their kindergarten, preschool or primary school curriculum. Which coloring sheet did your child like the most? Tell us in the comment section below.

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