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How Many Colors in a Rainbow?
How Many Colors in a Rainbow?
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How Many Colors in a Rainbow?
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.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Find the Hidden Numbers
Find the Hidden Numbers
Worksheet
Find the Hidden Numbers
Kids are sure to have a blast coloring their favorite nursery rhyme characters, and practicing counting from 1 to 10 while they're at it.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Connect the Dots: Lion
Connect the Dots: Lion
Worksheet
Connect the Dots: Lion
Challenge your first grader by having her connect the dots from 1 to 50 to complete the picture of the friendly lion.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Counting Cupcakes
Counting Cupcakes
Worksheet
Counting Cupcakes
Learners color the cupcakes, then count them up, matching the total amount to the correct number, in this sweet worksheet.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Color the Crazy T-Rex
Color the Crazy T-Rex
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Color the Crazy T-Rex
Kids are sure to love coloring this good-natured dinosaur.
Preschool
Worksheet
Color by Number Race Car
Color by Number Race Car
Worksheet
Color by Number Race Car
Your child will have so much fun coloring this spiffy race car that they won't realize they are also practicing important skills like color and number recognition.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Connect-the-Dots Alphabet
Connect-the-Dots Alphabet
Worksheet
Connect-the-Dots Alphabet
This dino connect the dots has the alphabet for kids to practice their lower case letters and fine motor skills.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Mindfulness: Mindful Listening
Mindfulness: Mindful Listening
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Mindfulness: Mindful Listening
In this worksheet, we listen like like an owl — and go on a sound hunt — to become more aware of the sounds around us.
Preschool
Social emotional
Worksheet
Hide and Seek
Hide and Seek
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Hide and Seek
I spy with my little eye... a giant octopus! Help him and his ocean friends find the hidden objects in the picture.
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Counting Raindrops
Counting Raindrops
Worksheet
Counting Raindrops
Count the number of raindrops in each row of the worksheet. Then draw a line to match each row of raindrops with the correct number on the right side.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Chicken Life Cycle Worksheet
Chicken Life Cycle Worksheet
Worksheet
Chicken Life Cycle Worksheet
Explore life science with this informative chicken life cycle worksheet. Help your student color and learn the names of each stage of a chicken's life.
1st grade
Science
Worksheet
Jack and the Beanstalk Story Sequence
Jack and the Beanstalk Story Sequence
Worksheet
Jack and the Beanstalk Story Sequence
Oh no, Jack's beanstalk story is all jumbled up! Cut out the pictures and fix the story sequence to help Jack get his story straight!
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Animal Alphabet Placemat
Animal Alphabet Placemat
Worksheet
Animal Alphabet Placemat
Learn the letters of the alphabet and the names of animals that begin with each letter. Then add color and turn this worksheet into a placemat!
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Owl Color-by-Number
Owl Color-by-Number
Worksheet
Owl Color-by-Number
This addition page is a hoot! Help your kid practice math facts with this owl color-by-number printable!
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Unicorn Coloring Page
Unicorn Coloring Page
Worksheet
Unicorn Coloring Page
Break out the crayons and get coloring with this pretty unicorn coloring page, guaranteed to please your little princess.
Preschool
Worksheet
Thank You, Teacher! Printable
Thank You, Teacher! Printable
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Thank You, Teacher! Printable
Is your child looking for a way to say "thank you, teacher"? How about a teacher-themed coloring page?
1st grade
Worksheet
Starry Night by Van Gogh
Starry Night by Van Gogh
Worksheet
Starry Night by Van Gogh
Color a real masterpiece with this art history coloring page! You and your child can color Starry Night, by Vincent Van Gogh.
5th grade
Fine arts
Worksheet
Airplane Dot-to-Dot
Airplane Dot-to-Dot
Worksheet
Airplane Dot-to-Dot
On this preschool reading and coloring page, kids connect dots by following the letters A to Z to reveal the vehicle! (Hint: it's an airplane dot-to-dot!)
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Hidden Objects
Find the Hidden Objects
Worksheet
Find the Hidden Objects
Find all the hidden objects in this mixed-up picture.
Preschool
Worksheet
Hidden Object: Back to School
Hidden Object: Back to School
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Hidden Object: Back to School
Oops! On the first day of school, the class rabbit has hopped out of his cage. Your first grader needs to help this class and find the rabbit.
1st grade
Worksheet
Color the Life Cycle: Butterfly
Color the Life Cycle: Butterfly
Worksheet
Color the Life Cycle: Butterfly
Explore the circle of life with this informative coloring sheet! Help your student color and learn the names of each stage of a butterflyÃs life.
2nd grade
Science
Worksheet
Color the Spring Flowers
Color the Spring Flowers
Worksheet
Color the Spring Flowers
The lucky bee on this coloring page has stumbled upon a lovely treat, a bunch of beautiful spring flowers blooming in the sun
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Four Seasons Activity Placemat
Four Seasons Activity Placemat
Worksheet
Four Seasons Activity Placemat
Write down the name of each season that is shown in the pictures then color them and turn this worksheet into a unique placemat that can be used year-round!
Kindergarten
Science
Worksheet
Photosynthesis Coloring Page
Photosynthesis Coloring Page
Worksheet
Photosynthesis Coloring Page
Introduce the concept of photosynthesis to young learners with this coloring page and simple diagram.
1st grade
Science
Worksheet
Mindfulness: Guide to Feelings Cards
Mindfulness: Guide to Feelings Cards
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Mindfulness: Guide to Feelings Cards
How are you feeling today? Use these cards to explore emotion adjectives, either on their own or with our Mindfulness lesson plan series.
Preschool
Social emotional
Worksheet

Search Coloring Educational Resources

Coloring is one of the most pleasurable activities that children engage in, from the moment they can hold a crayon in their hands. As they get older and develop fine motor skills, they move on to colored pencils and markers, but the joy that comes with coloring never quite disappears and can persist well into adulthood. With our fun worksheets and resources, encourage your child’s love for coloring.

Coloring 101

Children instinctively create art. From a very young age, children gravitate toward color. Children’s drawings are visual representations of their inner worlds, as well as how they interpret the world around them. Thus, it is very important for parents to give children an opportunity to express themselves through art, using different media such as crayons, chalks and markers.

The four stages of creative development Scribbling stage: This stage begins around 2 years old, when a child starts scribbling on paper indistinct shapes and marks.
Pre-schematic stage: Beginning around age 4, children start drawing shapes with rudimentary faces. They draw self-portraits with big smiles, using random colors.
Schematic stage: Around 7 years old, the child starts to develop concrete symbols for people and objects. In addition to faces, human figures now have body parts such as arms and legs.
Realistic stage: Around 9 years old, more details are added and kids learn about perspective. Shapes now have shadows, and colors accurately reflect the environment around them.

While young children may choose colors randomly in their art, research shows that different colors impact learning and memory. Keep this in mind when working with kids on their art projects.

Blue enhances creativity and promotes relaxation.
Red evokes strong feelings of threat and love and can stimulate the senses. When used in combination with other colors, it can help in repetitive or detail-oriented tasks.
Yellow stimulates intelligence and is the color of happiness and sunshine for children.
Green is the color of abundance and can contribute to better health in children by relaxing them.
Pink calms and lowers heart rate.
Purple is an attention-grabbing color.
Orange enhances critical thinking and memory.