These free Mother’s Day color by number printables are a great way for pre-k and kindergarten students to practice their fine motor skills, color recognition, and number recognition. They can also make a fun, homemade Mother’s Day card or gift. I hope you enjoy!
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These pages are an easy way to help young children practice their colors, numbers, and fine motor skills. They feature the numbers 1-6 and common color words and a Mother’s Day theme.
Our favorite inexpensive markers are Crayola Super Tips. (We’ve had poor experiences with the Washables line drying up super quickly.) Their fine points can color the smaller areas in these color-by-number worksheets with ease.
- Sold as 20/ST.
- Markers have tips that are smooth, not scratchy.
- Fine line markers with a versatile tip that draws thick or thin lines.
One page has a number for “skin” color, but does not specify a specific skin tone. I recommend grabbing a box of the Crayola Colors of the World crayons if you’d like to have a range of skin tone options. I love that my daughter can find colors to represent members of our diverse family.
These free printable Mother’s Day color by number pages can be used for a variety of purposes including:
- Math centers
- Early finishers
- Morning work
- Small groups
- Independent work
Each page has five or six colors. If your child or student can’t recognize their color words yet, you can color in the corresponding crayon to make a color code key.
Mother’s Day color-by-number worksheet download area
This set of free Mother’s Day coloring pages has six different sheets. They are available as a digital download / printable PDF file. Here’s a preview of what you’re getting: (Download information is below the preview image. Look for the row of purple arrows.)
These printables are licensed for personal and classroom use. You are not licensed to redistribute or sell the pages to other adults for use with their children/students. Please refer friends and colleagues to this post so they can download their own copy.
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