Provide your preschoolers with a fun color by number activity to practice number recognition, color recognition, and fine motor skills.
Practice Number Recognition Skills – Even in Preschool!
Number recognition is a crucial foundation for learning mathematics in later years. Children who understand numbers and their values better understand more complex mathematical concepts. Studies have also shown that children with the ability to recognize numbers at an early age
- Develop stronger counting skills. Counting helps children understand the relationship between numbers and physical objects and helps them understand the concept of quantity.
- Develop advanced reasoning skills and improved their problem-solving ability. Children who understand and recognize numbers are more likely to find patterns, identify relationships, and make connections between numbers and values.
Kids Love Color by Number Worksheets! And Sloths!
You get the best of both worlds with this color-by-number worksheet. Students will use their knowledge of the numbers 1-7 and the different color names to complete the adorable sloth picture. You’ve found a way to blend numbers, colors, and fine motor skills in one go!
Create a sloth-inspired classroom display using the finished products of this color-by-number worksheet.
A dedicated, experienced educator team created this resource for students to work on independently in the primary classroom.
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This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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