Color by number printables are very beneficial to children. They are also a lot of fun when your child works hard to discover what the picture is by coloring it in bite size chunks.
These FREE Color by Number Printables are more challenging than just handing them a coloring page.
Color by number printables are no prep, you just need to print and hand it to your child. I like simple and no-prep. As a busy homeschooling mother this is always welcome in my house.
These are great to pull out for fun, if your child needs to work on number recognition or coloring skills. An older child may actually enjoy the challenge.
You may have noticed that many early elementary curricula include color by number worksheets at some point in time.
This isn’t just for fun busy work, there are actually many different benefits to using color by number printables.
Benefits of using color by number printables:
When you hand your child a color by number page they have to follow the directions exactly to complete the picture.
Your children don’t actually don’t have the freedom to color it whatever colors they want, and will need to pay attention to the numbers and the colors associated with those numbers to complete the worksheet.
Number and Color Recognition:
In order to successfully complete a worksheet your child will need to know their colors and their numbers. There are simple color by number printables that will help with recognition.
There are even more advanced pages that have math problems that need to be completed in order to get the answer to move on to the next thing.
Since there are more steps involved with color by number printables vs. a coloring sheet they do take a good amount of concentration.
These are great for children that may struggle with focusing. It gives them a specific task to concentrate on in small bite size chunks.
Let’s check out all the free color by number printables you can use in your homeschool:
There are so many different types available, it was hard to break them all down by theme, but I tried my best.
Math Color by Number:
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