Welcome to our printable number coloring sheets: many sets of numbers to color for preschool or for making banners.
Your preschoolers might like the smaller numbers on the first page of these bundles as kids sometimes have trouble with keeping the whole number in mind by the time they finish coloring the large numbers. This first page is also great for teaching the numbers for counting.
What else? You can make banners for graduation years, birthdays, or anniversary dates.
We use these ourselves in our family for graduation day banners. It's fun to decorate with the graduation year, but also to give as a gift to the graduate.
The first page for each font makes letters small enough for decorating cards.
Kindergarten graduation is a fun time to mark the year. If you use your printer on the multiples setting, you can print many copies of the numbers in the year like 2016 to put into cards to send home. Of course, this is great for any time of the year: New Year's Day, birthdays, and anniversaries.
Each of these next number coloring downloads have eleven sheets to print:
Choose your favorite font. Each of these icons is a link to eleven pages of the digits shown on the chart and each of those digits are full page images that can also be used to print numbers for banners and Math bulletin board ideas. Use our Alphabet coloring pages, too. You can also print these on construction paper and card stock.
These are great for teaching Preschool or teaching Kindergarten. Anytime you need to reinforce the shape of the number you can use these coloring pages. Make Math fun with coloring.
These floral number coloring sheets have only one page. They are so pretty with their flowers and ribbons.
These can be tricky for pre school and kindergarten, yet kids in first through third grade love them.
These make great images for posters and banners, too. I've used these number coloring pages as cut outs on birthday cards and they also make great stencil forms for frosting designs on cakes.
We've cut them out to use as the graduation date in a banner, too. Which brings to mind that this is a great idea for class reunions, too.
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