Looking for a fun, screen-free activity for your little one?
These Disney color by number printables are the perfect solution!
These printables can help kids develop fine motor skills and number recognition, all while spending time with beloved characters like Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto. Plus, they’re tons of fun!
Simply print out the worksheet, grab some crayons or markers, and let your child’s creativity shine.
They’ll love seeing their favorite characters come to life in vibrant colors, and you’ll love watching them learn and grow.
So what are you waiting for? Print out a Disney color by number worksheet today! Also, be sure to check out all of our color by number worksheets for more fun!
Color By Number Disney Characters
Disney Color By Numbers
All three of these color by number worksheets are a similar skill level and should be perfect for a preschool, kindergartener, or first grader.
Of course, kids of any age can color these as well and have fun too.
If your child can’t read yet, you can print these pages out and then color in the crayons at the bottom of the page so they can use the color as a reference for the number instead of the name of the color.
Want some plain Disney coloring pages? Try these free Star Wars printable coloring pages.
Pluto Color By Number Printable
This activity is ideal for those times when your kids are bored and need a quick, simple, and fun activity to do. All you need are crayons, access to a printer, and the free printable color-by-number worksheets.
Minnie Mouse Color By Number Page
Don’t worry, Minnie Mouse fans! We’ve got you covered too, with this Minnie color by number printable.
Mickey Mouse Color By Number Worksheet
Of course, you can’t have Disney printables without Mickey Mouse! We’re sure your kids are going to love these color by number worksheets!
More Disney Ideas For Kids
A Disney unit study is a great way for kids to have fun while learning. By incorporating Disney characters into the lesson plans, kids will be more engaged and excited to learn.
Whether your goal is to help your child improve their fine motor skills or expand their creativity, a Disney unit study is a great way to get started. Read on below for our favorite ideas.
Disney Books For Kids
Reading aloud to kids is a great way to promote literacy and a love of reading. When children hear stories read aloud, they can see how words are put together to form sentences and learn new vocabulary. It can also help them develop critical thinking and listening skills.
For those reasons and more, we recommend starting with reading. Start with some of these fun Disney books for kids.
Disney’s Frozen 2: Everyone loves Frozen and now kids can read this Little Golden Book at home! It’s a top rated Disney book and it doesn’t give away the ending if you haven’t seen the movie.
Disney Pixar’s My First Bedtime Storybook: This book is exactly what it says – fun stories to read the kids for bedtime! Parents will love that they’re short stories and children will love the characters!
Where’s Woody: Now the toys are playing hide and go seek, but is Woody too good to be found? Kids love this short lift-a-flap book!
Disney Crafts For Kids
Crafting is not only a fun activity for kids, but it can also be beneficial for their development. For example, crafting can help to improve fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It can also foster creativity and imagination, as well as provide a sense of accomplishment.
In addition, crafting can be a great way for kids to socialize and make new friends. So next time your child is looking for something to do, why not encourage them to get creative and start crafting? Try out more of our Disney kids’ crafts:
Minnie And Mickey Mouse Paper Plate Craft – Disney fans of all ages will love this Mickey and Minnie Mouse craft! All you need is a few supplies and a little bit of time, and you’ll have your very own Disney decoration.
Toilet Paper Roll Forky Craft – This craft is perfect for kids of all ages, and best of all, it uses recycled materials. Your Toy Story 4 fan will love this fun and easy craft!
Baby Yoda Tissue Paper Craft – Star Wars fans will love this Baby Yoda tissue paper craft! It’s a fun activity for kids of all ages and a great way to use up those extra tissue paper scraps. Plus, it’s a perfect way to practice fine motor skills.
Disney Activities For Kids
Does your family or classroom love board games? If so, you need to check out the best Disney board games for kids that are not only fun but can teach kids too!
There’s something special about Disney movies. They have the ability to transport us to other worlds, and we can’t help but fall in love with the characters. There’s no doubt that kids love all things, Disney. And what better way to bring their favorite characters to life than with Disney coloring pages? With just a few strokes of a crayon, kids can imagine themselves as princesses or heroes, living out their own Disney adventures!
This Disney princess necklace activity set is the perfect hands-on activity for kids who love their favorite princesses. With this set, they can create their own necklaces featuring Belle, Cinderella, Tiana, and Snow White.
The set includes everything they need to get started. As they string the beads onto the thread, they’ll practice fine motor skills and develop patience. Best of all, they’ll have a beautiful necklace to show off when they’re finished. Every time they wear it, they’ll be reminded of their accomplishment!