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Color the Continents: South America
Color the Continents: South America
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Color the Continents: South America
It's never too early to learn names and shapes of the seven continents. Give this South America coloring page to your child and let him color in the animals.
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Color the Summer Sun
Color the Summer Sun
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Color the Summer Sun
This simple coloring page features a blazing sun with the word "Summer" around it.
Preschool
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French Paper Doll
French Paper Doll
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French Paper Doll
Kids color and cut out a native costume for this paper doll, then guess what country the doll is from. Hint: The capital city is Paris.
1st grade
Social studies
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Manners: Cover Your Sneeze!
Manners: Cover Your Sneeze!
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Manners: Cover Your Sneeze!
Covering your sneezes and coughs helps prevent the spread of colds and flu, so we can all spend our sick days having fun.
Preschool
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Make Your Own Police Badge
Make Your Own Police Badge
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Make Your Own Police Badge
This printable police badge is a great way to get kids familiar with helpers in their community, such as police officers.
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Giant Pumpkin Coloring Page
Giant Pumpkin Coloring Page
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Giant Pumpkin Coloring Page
This pumpkin coloring page features a pumpkin so big, two kids have to carry it. Try this giant pumpkin coloring page that's perfect for fall.
Kindergarten
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Farm Animal Matching Game
Farm Animal Matching Game
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Farm Animal Matching Game
Can your child name all the animals who live on a farm? Here are two great coloring worksheets that also double as a memory matching game!
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Color the Life Cycle: Turtle
Color the Life Cycle: Turtle
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Color the Life Cycle: Turtle
Explore the circle of life with this informative coloring sheet! Help your student color and learn the names of each stage of a turtleâs life.
1st grade
Science
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Airplane Parts
Airplane Parts
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Airplane Parts
Do you know the parts of a plane? Have your kid trace and color his way to aviation expertise with these worksheets focusing airplane parts.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Shape Search: Kitty's Toy Chest
Shape Search: Kitty's Toy Chest
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Shape Search: Kitty's Toy Chest
If you're looking for a way to make learning shapes fun, this hidden rectangles worksheet just might be the answer!
Preschool
Math
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Color the Continents: Australia
Color the Continents: Australia
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Color the Continents: Australia
Introduce your kindergartener to continents with a fun coloring page. Color the cute koala, kangaroo and shark that inhabit this continent.
Kindergarten
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Color the Plesiosaurus
Color the Plesiosaurus
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Color the Plesiosaurus
Teach your child all about the plesiosaurus with this fun coloring sheet.
Preschool
Worksheet
Dinosaurs A to Z!
Dinosaurs A to Z!
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Dinosaurs A to Z!
Do you know your dinosaurs A-Z? Dinosaur Train has a list of 26 dinsoaurs for you to learn - one for every letter of the alphabet!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Family Pride: My Family Rainbow
Family Pride: My Family Rainbow
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Family Pride: My Family Rainbow
Select colors to describe each trait of your family or community in this thoughtful coloring exercise.
2nd grade
Social emotional
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Color the World! Flamenco
Color the World! Flamenco
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Color the World! Flamenco
Travel to Spain and learn all about flamenco, a traditional style of music and dance.
1st grade
Social studies
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Farm Activity Placemat
Farm Activity Placemat
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Farm Activity Placemat
Find the differences between the two pictures, match the animal with the sound it makes, and think about what your favorite farm animal is.
Kindergarten
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Letter B Coloring Page
Letter B Coloring Page
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Letter B Coloring Page
This coloring page will have your child coloring a beautiful butterfly while learning the shape and sound of the letter B.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Color the Shapes!
Color the Shapes!
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Color the Shapes!
Ready for some shape practice? This sheet is jam-packed with shape learning and coloring fun!
Preschool
Math
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Planet Activity Placemat
Planet Activity Placemat
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Planet Activity Placemat
This activity allows you to learn a fact about each one of our nine planets. Color in the planets then turn the worksheet into a fun and educational placemat.
2nd grade
Science
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Color the Dinosaur: Ankylosaurus
Color the Dinosaur: Ankylosaurus
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Color the Dinosaur: Ankylosaurus
Teach your child all about the Ankylosaurus with this great dinosaur coloring page.
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Counting: Vegetable Garden
Counting: Vegetable Garden
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Counting: Vegetable Garden
This math worksheet features bright vegetables for your budding math whiz to count up. This exercise lets her get creative with coloring with a chart.
Kindergarten
Math
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Make a Paper Doll: Doctor
Make a Paper Doll: Doctor
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Make a Paper Doll: Doctor
Follow the prompts to make a doctor paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Color the Mouse on a Motorcycle
Color the Mouse on a Motorcycle
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Color the Mouse on a Motorcycle
What begins with the letter M? Mouse and motorcycle. This cute picture has it all!
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Build a City: Police Station
Build a City: Police Station
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Build a City: Police Station
Here's a project you can share with your child, building a city together! Every city needs a police station, and she can color, cut and fold this herself.
2nd grade
Worksheet
Color the World! The Taj Mahal
Color the World! The Taj Mahal
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Color the World! The Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal, located in Agra, India, is considered to be one of the most beautiful structures in the world.
2nd grade
Social studies
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Coloring 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.