This Thanksgiving mini-book is a fun project for kids celebrating the holiday. Make a Thanksgiving mini-book with your kid to learn about the holiday's history.
This cute turkey coloring page is an adorable activity for Thanksgiving Day. Color in this cute turkey coloring page after the Thanksgiving dinner table is set.
This turkey coloring page is perfect for getting in the Thanksgiving mood. Color this turkey coloring page with the little bird enthusiast in your house.
Color in this picture of a baby turkey (called a "poult") and hang your picture up around the house after you're finished.
Your preschooler will love this tracing page, all about the diamond shape. He'll get to color in the picture when he's finished!
This fairy tale coloring sheet features a happy Rapunzel doing some reading while she waits on the prince to come save the day.
Have a blast celebrating the Easter holiday by coloring in this combination of Easter icons including Easter eggs, bunnies, and chicks!
As kids follow the directions on this neat paint by number sheet, they learn how to mix primary colors and make a few colors of their own.
Help your kindergartener learn his home address and think about why it's important with this cute coloring page.
Here's a worksheet that's packed full of fun fine motor skills practice. Kids trace a variety of shapes, then brighten them up with some color.
This coloring page features a scene from the classic children's poem, Star Light, Star Bright.
Have your preschooler trace the curved lines in the picture to mimic the motion of the ocean in order to practice pencil coordination.
Give your child some practice following directions with this fun fishbowl color by number page.
Help your child reach new heights of coloring fun with this preschool coloring page, which features a high-flying airplane.
Here's a cute koala that's sure to warm any child's heart. As your child paints this adorable scene, she'll practice color mixing and number recognition, too.
Preschoolers will be sure to get into the Thanksgiving spirit when adding color to this scene featuring a cornucopia overflowing with food.
If someone you know needs help, it's always good manners to lend them a hand. Wouldn't you want them to do the same thing for you?
Featuring a cute little dinosaur prancing along, happy as can be, this coloring page is full of charm.
Johnny Appleseed was a real person! He embarked on a country-wide journey to plant apple trees and edible plants across the country.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Roses are Red...".
Help your kindergartener memorize her home phone number with this cute coloring page.
This Little Boy Blue coloring page features the cutie pie fast asleep on a haystack. Add color to bring this peaceful scene to life!
Here's a dump truck coloring page boys are sure to love! This mighty dump truck is piled high with dirt.
This cute coloring page has plenty of fine motor skill practice for your preschooler. It's a sunny day and this happy spotted cow can use some coloring-in!
It's tough to find a kid that doesn't love trains! This worksheet lets your child trace and color his favorite vehicle.
Kids learn the lowercase letters of the alphabet with this cool dinosaur dot to dot coloring page.
All aboard! Take a train ride adventure, and enjoy a fun-filled coloring session with your little one.
Even robots get confused sometimes! Share this fun coloring sheet with your child, and give this guy some color.
Here's an animal coloring sheet featuring a pair of frogs playing their own game of leapfrog!
This coloring page features Rapunzel and her prince. Add color to bring this romantic fairy tale scene to life!
This coloring page is a great way to introduce the story of Christopher Columbus to preschoolers.
Help instill hard-working values in your children by having them color in this page about saving money.
This bear is just full of hugs, and waiting for a friend to help give him some fun colors! Bring out the crayons, and bring this cute guy to life.
Color in this page of a boy brushing his teeth before bedtime, something you should do every night.
This simple color-by-number page teaches kids to recognize the United States flag.
This Hickory Dickory Dock coloring page features the mouse from the classic nursery rhyme as he runs down the clock at the stroke of one.
Each part of the rainbow is labeled with a different color. Count how many colors are listed then color in each part according to the label.
Covering your sneezes and coughs helps prevent the spread of colds and flu, so we can all spend our sick days having fun.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe".
This baker coloring page will have your preschooler drooling as he colors in the baker and the yummy-looking fresh bread!
Find all of the desert animals in the worksheet and see if you can name them. Then add color and turn it into a placemat!
Daniel Boone was no tall tale â he was a real person! Color in this famous American explorer and outdoorsman.
Helmets might not always look cool, but it's important to always wear one when riding your bike, skateboard, scooter or rollerblades
Print out this Little Red Riding Hood picture to add some fun coloring to your next story time.
Cleaning up may not seem important to your child now, but with the help of this coloring page, she'll learn that it can make the lives of others easier.
Bring life to this Little Bo Peep coloring page based on the famous nursery rhyme by adding color!
Have a peaceful time coloring this adorable little lamb enjoying the cool breezes of nature on a sunny day.
Count the number of candles that you will put on the cake then add color to the delectable cake!
America is a country founded on teamwork: the Founding Fathers worked together to create a new nation!
Time to pull out those paintbrushes because this giraffe color by number sheet is different than all the rest--it uses watercolors instead of crayons!
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Jack Sprat".
Familiarize your child with Mother Goose rhymes with some simple sight words in this coloring page of "I Had a Little Nut Tree".
This coloring page features a happy Humpty Dumpty as he sits on the wall.
This whale and his seabird passenger need some color! Dive into this fun coloring page with your child.
A trio of smiling flowers are featured on this page, but they need some color to really bloom. Can your child pull out his watercolors and brighten them up?
If you or a loved one are ever in danger, you can always call the police at 911. Here's a 911 Coloring Page to memorize those three important numbers.
Kids practice writing straight lines in this cute coloring page featuring Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk.
This coloring page features a train that's slowly chugging along the railroad tracks in the beautiful countryside.
Cars didn't always look the way they do today! Give your child history lesson with this old-fashioned car coloring page.
As your kid's coloring this pretty caterpillar, tell her a little bit about what they become. She's sure to be amazed!
Circle and color all the pieces that Jenny might need for a day of sun and sand.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Mary, Mary Quite Contrary".
Color these pretty flowers in with bright pinks, oranges, and yellows for a realistic look.
Encourage your child to think about simple sounds, songs, and sight words with these nursery rhyme coloring sheets, like this one of "Hey Diddle Diddle."
Practice drawing curved lines by tracing the outline of the waves and the clouds in this coloring activity featuring a ship sailing in the ocean.
Have your child color in the page so they can learn that, until they're older, they should always listen to their parents, grandparents, and caretakers.
What's a good way to make sure your hands are washed completely? Learn in this coloring page.
No matter if it's a stranger or a trusted friend, you should always ask permission before you do something.
In this fun printable, kids get to color and decorate the word "a" with silly eyes, wings, feet, and other fun features.
This coloring page of Jack and the Beanstalk is perfect to follow up story time, or encourage your kid to make up a tale of his own!
Have your child color in this "life lessons" page about playing gently, featuring some adorable kittens.
Encourage your child to think about simple sounds, songs, and sight words with this "London Bridge" nursery rhyme coloring sheet.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "The Itsy Bitsy Spider".
Complete the roof on Spot's dog house do he can take a nap inside by tracing the diagonal lines!
Your preschooler will be engaged in this coloring activity featuring a scene of a child his own age participating in an Easter egg hunt.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star".
Here's a fun way to teach kids their colors and boost fine motor skills to boot--a fun rainbow color by number sheet!
The cute monkey on this coloring sheet is having fun with some playful fireflies. Can your child use his crayons to brighten up this adorable scene?
This fruit coloring page is a fun coloring exercise for preschoolers! Match up the correct color to the fruits in this yummy-looking arrangement.
Encourage your child to think about simple sounds, songs, and sight words with these cute preschool coloring sheet featuring the lyrics to "Row Your Boat".
Color in the Christmas wreath and the adorable toys and sweet mistletoe adorning it.
This adorable coloring page features a sleeping child and the real live tooth fairy! Your kid will love getting a sneak peek.
Take a deep sea dive with this fun underwater coloring page, featuring a pair of friendly turtles chilling at the bottom of the sea.
These funny little fish friends need some color! Your little one will be building fine motor skills as he colors.
Kids are sure to have fun coloring in this VW bug, complete with flowers painted on the side.
This coloring page features an adorable baby elephant going on a stroll with his mom.
This Little Miss Muffet coloring page features the star of this famous nursery rhyme sitting on her tuffet, eating her curds and whey.
Preschoolers will enjoy adding color to this close-up of a graceful horse grazing on the grass.
Strengthen your fine motor skills by tracing the horizontal lines to complete the picture and don't forget to use your crayons to add color!
This beautiful butterfly needs help filling in his wings! Have your child practice counting by even numbers with this fun connect the dots coloring page.
This robo-mama and her baby are out for their morning stroll! Can you help give them a little color?
Even wild animals need to take a break now and then! This coloring page features a lion taking a moment to lie down and relax.
Combine this coloring page with a reading of the classic story of the gingerbread man, and you'll be all set for story time fun.
If your child is interested in undersea life, print out this coloring page featuring the fierce great white shark.
This Hansel and Grete coloring page feature the two children marking their path with a breadcrumb trail, while sneaky birds nibble on it.
Did you know chameleons can change colors? Help this cute chameleon blend into his surroundings by giving him some pretty colors.
Enjoy a patriotic coloring page for you and your child to share! While you color, tell him a bit about the Liberty Bell, a famous U.S. symbol.
This "Baa Baa Black Sheep" coloring page encourages your child to think of the simple sounds, songs, and sight words in the nursery rhyme.
This Sleeping Beauty coloring page features her catching some zzz's as her Prince leans in to wake her with love's true kiss.
This Snow White coloring page features a classic scene from the fairy tale of her looking skeptical of the apple the wicked with is holding!
Here's a fun barn coloring page featuring a trio of adorable farm animals! Can your preschooler name all the animals pictured here?
Bring this Jack Be Nimble coloring page to life with crayons! Color nimble Jack, decked out in star-spangled pajamas as he jumps over candlesticks.
Jack and Jill went up the hill in this coloring page based on the famous nursery rhyme! Add color to the serene scene.
This Mary Had a Little Lamb coloring page depicts a heartwarming scene from the famous nursery rhyme.
Have you ever seen a flower fairy before? Here's your chance! Give your child's imagination a boost with this pretty coloring page.
Have your preschooler color in this picture of a garbage man and help her get to know the people in her neighborhood.
The T-Rex on this coloring page looks like he's ready to attack.
Kids use their cutting and coloring skills to make grass for the bugs to hide in on this prekindergarten arts and crafts and coloring worksheet.
A Beauty and the Beast coloring sheet for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
Color in this cute hamster, who's all set up with a bowl of vegetables to nibble on.
Brighten coloring time with this sweet humpback whale coloring page.
This cute dragon is sure to make any child smile, and he'll get great fine motor skills practice as he works on coloring inside the lines.
Here's a coloring page that's sure to be a hit with your dog-lover. It features a pair of puppies playing together outside.
Here's a coloring page featuring the Three Little Pigs and the most famous villain in storybookland, the Big Bad Wolf.
Packed with cute dolphins, fish, jellyfish, and more, this under the sea-themed coloring page is sure to make a splash with little ocean lovers.
What kind of donut do you think the officer in this police officer coloring page is eating?
An animated scene from the famous fairy tale is pictured in this Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf coloring page.
If someone you know is in need of something you have, it's always a kind gesture to share a little bit of what you have with them.
Kids color and cut out a spiral snake, exercising their fine motor skills on this prekindergarten arts and crafts and coloring worksheet.
A coloring sheet for preschoolers about primary colors and the color yellow.
If you're tired of color by number, try painting by number instead! This cute sheet features an adorable bee and a pretty flower, each in need of some color.
Preschoolers are sure to love coloring this pond life coloring page that's full of happy frogs, flitting dragonflies, and one cheerful turtle.
Here's a fun twist on the typical color by number sheet--try painting by number instead! Kids mix their own colors to brighten up this cute duck.
How can this fish be called a rainbow fish without any colors? He needs your child's help to brighten him up.
The silly dragon pals on this coloring sheet are taking advantage of their fire breath to toast themselves some yummy marshmallow treats
Buzzzzz! There are no limits when it comes to the world of fantasy. Activate your child's imagination by having her color an adorable bumble bee fairy.
Color in this picture of a teddy bear doing the right thing: take a day of to rest, relax and recover until he's ready to go back to school.
In this dragon coloring page, kids can color a friend to help them in their daily adventures.
A coloring sheet for preschoolers and toddlers of the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme.
A coloring sheet for preschoolers and toddlers on primary colors. This one helps children learn about the primary color red.
Print out this page to give your child some paint by number fun. Can she get this cute tiger colored right?
What kind of vehicles travel across the ocean? Kids practice counting to 30 as they connect the dots to find out.
This double-whammy of a coloring page combines two classic kids' favorites: princesses and fairies.
This flower garden coloring page is packed with cute crawlies: fluttering butterflies, buzzing bees, and tiny creeping caterpillars.
Print out this monkey coloring sheet for your animal-lover to brighten up, and boost her fine motor skills at the same time.
Featuring a trio of happily playing dolphins, this coloring page is guaranteed to make a splash with your preschooler.
From spots to stripes, these fish are pretty fancy, but your child can make them even fancier if she pulls out her crayons and gives them some color.