Uppercase Letter Color By Numbers

Color by number worksheets are a fantastic way to combine learning and creativity! If your preschooler or kindergartener is working on mastering their uppercase letters, we’ve got a super fun activity for them.

Uppercase letter color by numbers make identifying and remembering letters an exciting adventure. Each picture is cleverly divided into sections with numbers that correspond to a specific color.

As they color each section, a hidden letter is revealed! It’s like magic for those little eyes!

These free alphabet worksheets are perfect for teaching number recognition, letter recognition, and color words any time of the year.

Uppercase Letter Color By Numbers

These color by code worksheets are great for busy preschool moms and teachers. You can use them in your homeschool when you need a few minutes of quiet.

You can use them in your preschool classroom to transition between activities or within your math and/or literacy centers any time of year.

Grab a box of crayons, print out these pages, and your kids are all set for some alphabt-themed coloring fun. 

What age group are these worksheets designed for?

Our preschool activities are designed for children ages 3-5 but can also be adapted for younger or older children. It is important to remember that every child develops at their own pace, so feel free to adjust the activities based on your child’s individual needs and abilities.

Color by Number Alphabet Pages

This pack includes twenty-six alphabet printables. Your kids will love reading the color code and coloring the picture to reveal the uppercase letter hidden on the page.

Color by numbers offer preschoolers an opportunity to work on a variety of skills. First, of course, is number recognition. By matching the numbers from the color code to the numbers on the picture, kids reinforce their ability to identify numbers. This set focuses on numbers 1-8.

Color words and color recognition are two more skills preschoolers will work on as they complete each color by number. Kids will identify the color words in the color code and use those colors to complete the picture. 

Finally, coloring allows preschoolers an opportunity to strengthen fine motor skills. They’ll practice proper pencil grip and motor control which are important for later writing skills.

Are these just for fun, or do they have educational benefits?

Absolutely both! These worksheets offer a range of benefits:

  • Letter recognition and reinforcement
  • Fine motor skill development
  • Color practice and coordination
  • A sense of accomplishment as they complete each picture

Color by Numbers

After diving into our awesome uppercase letter color by numbers, you’re probably hungry for more cool coloring fun. Good news – we’ve put together even more color-by-number activities to keep the good times going.

From stunning landscapes to adorable animals, each link opens up a colorful world full of learning and creativity, perfect for budding artists.

Alphabet Books

Alphabet books are a great way to help preschoolers and kindergarteners learn their letters. And they don’t have to be boring, either!

There are all sorts of fun and engaging alphabet books out there, from books that teach the letters through rhyming verses to books that feature adorable animals.

Alphabet books can also be a great way for parents and caregivers to bond with their little ones. Reading together is always a special time, and it’s even more special when you’re sharing a book that’s helping your child learn something new.

So whether you’re looking for a gift for a preschooler in your life or you just want to add some new titles to your home library, be sure to check out some alphabet books for kids!

ABC's for Boys (Alphabet Book, Baby Book, Children's Book, Toddler Book)ABC's for Boys (Alphabet Book, Baby Book, Children's Book, Toddler Book)AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstAlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstPinkalicious ABC: An Alphabet BookPinkalicious ABC: An Alphabet Book

 

ABC’s for Boys” is a vibrant alphabet book that celebrates the things boys love. From airplanes and rockets to firetrucks and tools, each letter is paired with a bold illustration that will capture a young boy’s imagination. This book makes learning the alphabet an exciting adventure, perfect for little boys who are always on the go!

Alpha Oops! The Day Z Went First  – Z is tired of always being last in the alphabet, so he decides to shake things up! His bold move throws the entire alphabet into hilarious chaos as each letter argues why they should come first. This whimsical story shows the importance of order and the comical consequences of breaking the rules.

Pinkalicious ABC – Pinkalicious, the little girl who loves all things pink, takes readers on a delightful journey through the alphabet. From cupcakes and cotton candy to princesses and poodles, every page bursts with pink-tastic illustrations and playful words. This charming board book makes learning the ABCs a sweet and sparkly experience

Looking for cool, educational, and fun stuff for preschoolers? Color-by-number sheets and alphabet books are where it’s at! They’re not just a blast for the kiddos with their bright adventures but also build up super important skills like recognizing letters, spotting numbers, and honing those fine motor skills.

Plus, reading together? That’s like the cherry on top of the learning cake, making the whole early learning journey even more awesome and sparking a love for discovery. So, we’re all for parents, teachers, and caregivers checking out these cool resources.

Seeing the smiles and growth of your little ones as they color away and flip each page is priceless. It’s more than just learning letters and numbers—it’s about opening up a world of endless possibilities and turning learning into one big, exciting adventure.

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  1. Hi! Has anyone had an issue with the link not working? These are great and I would love to have them. Thank you!