Preschool Mandalas Worksheets and Printables

The mandala is an important symbol in Eastern religions. Mandalas are usually visually complex and meant to represent the universe. These mandalas might not have a ritual purpose, but they are enjoyable to color and great for exercising fine motor skills. Our preschool mandalas are also a fun way to introduce intricate styles of illustration produced by repetition. Will your child want to make the opposing sides of mandala mirror one another? Or, will she make sure that each side of the motif stands out? Print out some of our preschool mandalas printables and watch your little one get lost in the mesmerizing cycle of the mandala.
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Ballet Dancer Ballet Dancer Like a ballerina in a music box this mandala is perfectly pretty, and just missing color!
Winter Mandala Winter Mandala Winter thoughts fill the air, and this page.
Simple Mandala Simple Mandala This simple and swirly mandala picture is a great way to teach your child about other cultures and their art.
Tomatoes and Roots Mandala Tomatoes and Roots Mandala Teach your preschooler about different types of fruits and vegetables while engaging her in a fun mandala coloring activity.
Color a Sports Mandala Color a Sports Mandala Has your child got sports on the brain? When he can't get to the field or watch a game give him this coloring page!
Color a Mandala for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Color a Mandala for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day This Martin Luther King, Jr. coloring page will help preschoolers celebrate this American hero!
Love Mandala Love Mandala This love mandala will definitely put your preschooler in a mood to celebrate Valentine's Day and share the love!
Color an Easter Mandala Color an Easter Mandala Have your child color in these bunnies, beans and baby chicks in anticipation of Easter.
St. Patrick's Day Mandala St. Patrick's Day Mandala This Irish fairy-tale-themed mandala is great to include for St.
Hippo Haven Mandala Hippo Haven Mandala Color in this unique mandala featuring hippopotamuses and cranes wading in a pond.
Circle Mandala Circle Mandala Add color to this geometric version of a mandala.
Color a Mandala: Transportation Color a Mandala: Transportation If your child loves to be on the move, this mandala of sports vehicles is sure to get his motor runnin'.
Music Mandala 2 Music Mandala 2 Make some noise for this musical mandala! This coloring page features some basic percussion instruments and a guitar to get your child excited about music.
Color a Spring Mandala Color a Spring Mandala What better way to celebrate the coming of spring than with this springtime mandala?
Farm Animals Mandala Farm Animals Mandala Add color to the farm animals and the barn that make up this mandala.
Citrus Pear Mandala Citrus Pear Mandala This mandala features citrus fruits such as lemons and oranges in addition to pears, apples, and cherries.
The mandala is an important symbol in Eastern religions. Mandalas are usually visually complex and meant to represent the universe. These mandalas might not have a ritual purpose, but they are enjoyable to color and great for exercising fine motor skills. Our preschool mandalas are also a fun way to introduce intricate styles of illustration produced by repetition. Will your child want to make the opposing sides of mandala mirror one another? Or, will she make sure that each side of the motif stands out? Print out some of our preschool mandalas printables and watch your little one get lost in the mesmerizing cycle of the mandala.