The Spring Color by Number Activity Pack is perfect for a Spring unit study, morning work, arts and crafts time and more! And kids will love decorating the walls with their finished artwork.
When I think of Spring, several things come to mind.
Longer days. Warmer weather. Cute animals (especially the babies).
And all the colors!
Blue skies. Green grass. Flowers that span the color spectrum.
I wanted to give you an easy, fun way to infuse some of this Spring energy into your kids’ lessons . . . hence my Spring Color by Number Activity Pack for pre-k and kindergartners.
This 16 page printable pack comes with 8 worksheets to give kids a fun and engaging way to practice number recognition and beginning number skills, with a focus on numbers 1-9.
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Why is Color By Number Pages Good for Kids?
Kids will learn how to visually discriminate between numbers in multiple ways: counting fingers, counting dice blocks, and counting cubes. Using these different types of number symbols, keeps kids engaged in the activity while also teaching them to subitize (see objects, and know how many there are without counting).
As they color each space on the activity sheets, they’ll also get a lot of practice with recognizing colors (including different shades of colors). And, of course, coloring is a great way for them to continue developing their fine motor skills.
About the Spring Color By Number Activity Pack:
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The Spring Color by Number Activity Pack includes black and white coloring pages featuring cute, fun Spring scenes, including:
- A rabbit hanging out in a carrot patch
- A flower pot with spring flowers
- An earthworm peeking out of the ground
- A bird fluttering near the ground
- An open umbrella in front of a rainbow
- A smiling frog with cattails
- A mushroom with green leaves
- A set of rainboots with raindrops
Kids simply follow the color-coded key at the bottom of each activity sheet to color the scene.
The activity pack also includes a handy answer key for each activity, to see where each color is supposed to go.
How to Use this Printable Activity Pack:
As usual, there’s no assembly required. Simply print out the pages you want and you’re good to go, and since it’s a printable, you can print out as many copies as you want! You can even laminate the activity sheets and let kids use washable dry-erase markers to color the spring scenes all season long.