Practice number and color word recognition with this fun and free color by number for winter! Perfect for preschoolers!
You don’t want to miss the fun graphics on these winter printables for preschool. Preschoolers will love following the color code at the bottom of each page to reveal hidden pictures with adorable winter themes.
Many of you have told me how much your preschoolers love these color by code worksheets. So, I’m working hard to create more so you have a wide variety to choose from.
Free Color by Number for Winter
Number sense is an important skill for preschool and kindergarten kiddos to work on. Once they begin to grasp numbers, you can begin to introduce more challenging math skills.
Before you can move on, though, kids need to know the names of the numerals they’ll encounter and they need to recognize them by sight.
Color by number worksheets are a great way to work on number recognition. Kids will follow the color code at the bottom of the page to determine which number they’re looking for.
Then, they’ll find that number within the mystery picture and color each shape with that number.
As children explore the color code at the bottom of each page, they’ll also begin to recognize color words. If you’re using these pages with younger preschoolers, you can color the words for them. This provides a visual cue they can pair with the color word.
To prepare these winter activities for preschoolers, just print them on printer paper. That’s it! These print-and-go activity pages are perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers like you.
You can add these worksheets to your winter theme, winter animals theme, or your snowman theme.
BOOKS ABOUT WINTER ANIMALS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about winter animals. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Animals in Winter – Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage early readers as they discover how animals deal with the chilly weather conditions.
Winter Dance – Snow is coming, and it’s time to get ready! The squirrel gathers nuts, the geese soar south, and the snowshoe hare puts on its new white coat. But what should the fox do?
All About Animals in Winter – Some animals’ fur turns white. Other animals hibernate. Winter is here! Celebrate the season with lovely photos and a simple design that beautifully support early readers.
This “ARCTIC WILDLIFE” quiet book introduces your baby the Polar animals, helps to develop imagination and fine motor skills!
This Arctic small world sensory bin filler includes everything your child needs to engage in beneficial sensory play. Sensory play encourages children to explore their senses and enhances creativity.