Top 10 Diamond Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will To Color

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How do you teach your child about naturally occurring chemical elements and also about geometrical shapes and sizes, in a fun way? Get him a coloring book. To be more specific, buy him a diamond coloring book.

During the course of coloring, you can teach him how diamond is born, its different colors and also how a cone is different from a circle.

Top 10 Diamond Coloring Pages

Here is a small collection of diamond coloring sheets for your kids. These diamond pictures to color can be a fun way to get introduced to different shapes.

1. Diamond:

This coloring sheet features the gemstone with ‘Diamond’ written on it.

  • Tell your child to color the diamond in bright hues like red, green yellow, blue or pink. He can also use a combination of all these shades.
  • Make sure he traces the letters before coloring this sheet. This will improve his handwriting skills.

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2. Diamond Mandala:

Mandala is a spiritual art in the Hindu and Buddhist cultures.

  • As your child colors this sheet, you get to teach him about mandala.

3. Diamond Ring:

Be it your son or daughter, a diamond ring is something that will play a significant part in his/her life. Perhaps, this could be the beginning.

  • The little one can add a bit of glitz and glamor to the fancy coloring sheet.

4. Diamond Shape:

This coloring sheet features a simple outline of a diamond. This coloring sheet is ideal for preschoolers.

  • Learning shapes at an early age will allow your children to make logical connections, an ability that is a precursor to learning both math and languages.
  • You can also ask your child to make patterns in this drawing.

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5. Diamond Studded Crown:

Here is a delightful, diamond-studded crown for your little king to color.

  • Tell your child to add some glitter or ribbons to create a unique crown.
  • Sing a song or read some stories while your child colors this sheet. This will keep him motivated.

6. Snowflake:

This snowflake coloring sheet has small, dotted diamond outline that needs to be connected. Tell your child to join the dots and then color this sheet whichever way he likes.

  • Teach your child a few new shapes with this coloring sheet.
  • This coloring sheet will also help your child learn new words.

7. Trace Diamond Shaped Kite:

This page will keep your child hooked to the coloring activity as he will love this page featuring a diamond shaped kite that needs to be traced.

  • This coloring sheet will give your child some practice with shapes and alphabets, while helping him control muscles of his hands.
  • Tell your child to count the number of diamonds he sees. This can be basic building block for him to develop an interest in math.

[ Read: Alphabet Coloring Pages ]

8. Easter Egg:

This coloring sheet features an Easter egg with diamond patterns on it.

  • Educate your child on the significance of the Easter egg.
  • Tell your child to review the names the shapes he sees in this coloring sheet. It will help your child identify the geometric shapes while indulging in his coloring pastime.

9. Uncut Diamond:

This one has a beautiful uncut diamond.

  • Tell your child to color the dazzling diamond in blue, green, yellow, red, purple, orange or any other color he likes.
  • This coloring sheet will help your child practice simple patterns.

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10. Baseball Diamond:

Is your child a basketball fan? Then this coloring sheet is for him.

  • A baseball field also called a baseball diamond is an open field upon which the game is played. The kid will understand the game better.

We hope your kid enjoys coloring these free printable diamond coloring pages online mentioned above. Do not forget to share their work with us in the box below. We would love to hear from you about which of these diamond coloring pages free to print was your child’s favorite.

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