First Grade Animals Worksheets and Printables

Have a virtual zoo with these first grade animal coloring pages. From fun fact pages that feature exotic animals like tiger sharks and okapis to a series of dog breed coloring pages, these printables will bring out the animal-lover in your child. There are also wonderful teaching opportunities hidden in all the fun: learning about animals is an important early science concept that will set your child up for biology and ecology lessons later in her education. Plus, coloring pages help kids develop good pencil grip.
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Weekend trips to the zoo are an awesome way to learn about animals up close and personal. Encourage your little one's love of animals with this set of 15 amazing animal worksheets.
15 Amazing Animal Worksheets Weekend trips to the zoo are an awesome way to learn about animals up close and personal.
1st graders already have the imagination, so give them some inspiration. Young writers will love writing short stories about each of these fun scenes, and they'll have a blast coloring in the pictures when they're done.
1st Grade Story Starters 1st graders already have the imagination, so give them some inspiration.
Not all bugs are created equal; for every harmful insect, there's one that does a lot of good. Help your kid learn about creepy crawlers with these 'bugged out' worksheets.
Incredible Insects: 7 Bugged Out Worksheets Not all bugs are created equal; for every harmful insect, there's one that does a lot of good.
Round and round the mandala goes! Take some time out to color with the serene, intricate patterns of these mandalas.
More Mandalas, Please! Round and round the mandala goes! Take some time out to color with the serene, intricate patterns of these mandalas.
Explore the circle of life! Every animal goes through different stages of growth. Help your student learn the names of each stage with these fun and informative worksheets, and don't forget to give each some beautiful colors!
Color the Animal Life Cycles Explore the circle of life! Every animal goes through different stages of growth.
American Eskimo Dog American Eskimo Dog Say hello to Lou, one of the happiest pups you'll ever color!
Take flight with your budding bird-watcher! Learn a few new species as you add colors to these feathered friends.
Color 25 Unique Birds Take flight with your budding bird-watcher!
Australian Blue Heeler Australian Blue Heeler Say hello to Charlie the Australian blue heeler!
American Flamingo Coloring Page American Flamingo Coloring Page Learn about the American Flamingo with a cute coloring page!
Giant Squid Coloring Page Giant Squid Coloring Page Watch out, it's the attack of the giant squid!
Sea Turtle Activity Placemat Sea Turtle Activity Placemat To find out interesting facts about sea turtles, read the ones listed on this worksheet then color in the picture of the sea turtle and turn the worksheet into a placemat.
Color the Life Cycle: Horse Color the Life Cycle: Horse Explore the circle of life with this informative coloring sheet!
Cockatiel Coloring Page Cockatiel Coloring Page Enjoy a cute Cockatiel coloring page with your child!
Pet Shop Coloring Page Pet Shop Coloring Page This pet shop is a bright and cheery place, inviting your child to have fun coloring some new furry, feathered, fishy friends!
Whitetip Reef Shark Coloring Page Whitetip Reef Shark Coloring Page If your child loves sharks, here is a great coloring page to keep him entertained and educated!
Golden Retriever Dachshund Mix Golden Retriever Dachshund Mix Who knew that two extremely different breeds could mix to make such an adorable pup!
Have a virtual zoo with these first grade animal coloring pages. From fun fact pages that feature exotic animals like tiger sharks and okapis to a series of dog breed coloring pages, these printables will bring out the animal-lover in your child. There are also wonderful teaching opportunities hidden in all the fun: learning about animals is an important early science concept that will set your child up for biology and ecology lessons later in her education. Plus, coloring pages help kids develop good pencil grip.