Dinosaurs are amazing creatures that have captured the imaginations of kids for generations. They’re big, they’re ferocious, and they’re totally unique! What’s not to love about them?
It’s no surprise that kids love dinosaurs.
But what may be a surprise is how much kids can learn through these dinosaur color by number printables.
These printables help kids learn their colors, practice counting, and improve their fine motor skills. They’re perfect for preschoolers, pre k students, and kindergartners.
Print them out and use them, then be sure to check out all of our dinosaur activities for kids.
Color By Number Dinos
Inside this dinosaur color by number set, we’ve included the following coloring pages:
- T rex coloring page
- Dinosaur egg coloring page
- Stegosaurus coloring page
- Triceratops coloring pages (2)
- Brontosaurus coloring page
- Paralophosaurus coloring page
There are so many ways to keep your child active and develop their skills! These activities can help kids learn about colors, numbers and practice fine motor skills. They’re also a lot of fun!
More Dinosaur Activities
Keep the learning and fun going by creating a dinosaur unit study for kids. We have lots of great ideas to get you started! Read on below for our ideas.
The first thing I suggest is reading books. Books are a great way to help kids explore new ideas, learn to focus, and develop a larger vocabulary.
Never Let A Dinosaur Scribble! – A little boy heard people say, “Never let a dinosaur scribble!” but he just couldn’t help himself. He gives his dinosaur a crayon and lets the dinosaur go. What will happen?! Kids will be waiting on pins and needles to see the ending.
How To Catch A Dinosaur – If your kids are into STEAM activities, they’ll love this book that has the same group of kids trying to create crazy contraptions to catch a dinosaur!
Tiny T. Rex And The Impossible Hug – Not only does this book have adorable illustrations, but it’s also a great book to help kids learn kindness!
We all know how much fun it is to get creative and make something new. When kids are involved in the process, they work on fine motor skills as well as creativity which means it’s doubly educational. Try out some of our favorite dinosaur crafts below:
Dinosaur Headband Craft – This fun and easy dinosaur headband craft is perfect for kids! They can make it from colored paper or print out the template and color it in themselves. It’s so cute on kids and a great way to keep them entertained.
Dinosaur Tissue Paper Craft – Here’s an easy dinosaur tissue paper craft that you can do with your little ones. This activity is great to help them practice their fine motor skills and encourage creativity by letting them decorate the dino however they like!
Dinosaur Egg Craft – This fun and easy dinosaur egg craft is perfect for kids! Watch your little one’s eyes light up as they make their very own baby dino hatching from an egg.
Handprint Dinosaur Card Craft – These dinosaur cards are so cute and fun to make! Plus, you don’t need any messy paint to make it. All you need is some paper and our free template. These would be perfect for a kids’ birthday party or just for fun crafting time.
Help kids learn their letters and numbers with these dinosaur do a dot printables. They’re perfect to use as an educational activity or just fun way to spend time!
Kids will love these cute dinosaur pattern block mats! All you need to do is print and grab your pattern blocks. This activity helps with hand-eye coordination and shape recognition. It’s a great way to keep kids entertained and learning.
This fun printable dinosaur memory game is perfect for kids who love dinosaurs! It helps with visual discrimination and memory, and can be played at home or in the classroom. Download it now and start playing!
These dinosaur preschool printables can give kids an opportunity to work on scissor skills, handwriting, sequencing, and more!
You can’t go wrong with a dinosaur playdough kit. This one is premade and ready to be played with right out of the box! It provides lots of hands-on sensory time for kids! Let’s get our little ones busy with some creative play.