Top 10 Moon Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Moon and childhood are closely related. You will surely remember growing up listening to fairy tales where moon, stars and clouds often made their appearances. Moon usually denotes everything fairy, calm, magical and fun.

Times have changed since your generation grew up. Outdoor games paved way for smartphones and tablets. But what hasn’t probably changed yet is the close connection between the kids and moon. They somehow still love the moon and hold a special place for it.

Top 10 Moon Coloring Pages For Preschoolers

Kids love listening to the stories associated with the moon. And just because they love moon so much, they would only feel ecstatic bringing the moon alive on their coloring pages. So here are the top 10 moon coloring pages printable for your kid to bring their moon to life.

1. Moon And Stars:

Here is a perfect picture to start with.

  • You can use this picture to teach your kid about the basic concept of night.
  • This picture is simple to color, but your kid sure will recollect seeing it in a lot of his story books too, making it interesting for him.
  • You can also explain your kid how the moon is lit up by the light of the sun.

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2. Angry Young Moon:

You must have heard of angry young man, meet our angry young moon.

  • This picture is a good way of teaching your kid about different moods.
  • The angry-faced moon makes the picture appealing to kids and its fun seeing the other side of our lovely moon sometimes, isn’t it?

3. Angel On The Moon:

When you think of moon, you think of sky and that is where the angels come from.

  • If your kid loves fairy tales, this picture will sure catch his attention.
  • Use this picture as an opportunity of telling your kid more about angels and how moon and angels both reside in the sky.

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4. The Sky Family:

This picture can be a great way of teaching about the concept of family to your kid.

  • Let your kid understand how the sun, moon, clouds and stars together make a family – The sky family!
  • This picture can help your kid learn about associating things belonging to the same group.
  • You can also introduce the concept of universe to your kid.

5. ‘M’ Is For Moon:

Teach your kid not only to identify a moon’s picture, but also how to spell it.

  • Let your kid learn how to spell moon.
  • You can also teach him alphabet M stands for Moon.
  • Help your kid write over the dotted lines given below in the picture. It can help him write M better.

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6. Goodnight Moon:

If your kid loves the American children’s picture book ‘Goodnight Moon’ this picture is going to get him thrilled.

  • Coloring this picture might get your kid to read this popular book again.
  • Let your child spot and color moon first.
  • Just the way, Goodnight Moon makes for a perfect bedtime picture book, this image makes for a perfect coloring activity.

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7. Halloween Bat On The Moon:

When we talk about moon, bats come to our mind for sure.

  • Introduce the concept of celebrating Halloween to your kid through this picture.
  • Also tell him how bats are associated with nights and hence with moon too.

8. Shoot For The Moon:

Here is a cute picture for your cute science lover.

  • This picture shows a cute rocket with a young girl and her cat inside.
  • Teach your kids about travelling to the moon and the role of rockets in the same.
  • While your little one enjoys coloring the rocket, moon and stars, tell him more about life on moon.

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9. Bear On The Moon:

Your kid might recollect having seen this next picture in his story books often.

  • Kids love teddy bears and moon.
  • This picture doubles the fun quotient for your kid by bringing both together.
  • Tell your kid about the first man who went to the moon just the way his favorite bear is on the moon in this picture.

10. Boy Looking At The Moon:

Kids love moon gazing, and this picture beautifully depicts it.

  • Tell your kid about how planet Earth has just one moon while Jupiter has 11.
  • The trees, boy sitting on the branch and moon far away make for a really authentic picture to color.
  • Your kid will learn to color with control while coloring the dense leaves of the tree.

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Trust us, when we say that these moon coloring sheets will be nothing short of pure pleasure for your kid. Tell your kid how every object on the moon can only fly and you are sure to get him even more interested in this coloring activity.

We would love to hear from you, if your kid enjoyed free printable moon coloring pages online. Print these pictures and present it to your child to take a trip to the space. Do share his work with us and post in your comments below.

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