Today I’ve combined two things that kids love: Pokemon and coloring.
But these aren’t just your standard coloring pages; they’re Pokemon color by number worksheets.
That’s right. You’re being a great mom by giving your kids an activity that’s fun and educational!
Color by number pages are such an awesome boredom buster because they teach kids lots of things like:
- number identification
- color sight words
- fine motor skills
and so much more!
We’ve made some general color by number pages (that also include addition and subtraction) a while back and more recently some classic Disney color by number printables, and now it’s time for Pokemon.
They’re the latest addition to the fun color by number printables for kids.
Read on below to download these freebies for your kids.
Color by Number Pokemon Pages
These worksheets are ideal for home or school-aged kids between 4-6 years old.
Charmander Color By Number Printable
If your child isn’t able to read yet, just print out these sheets and color the crayons in with the correct crayons so they can reference the colors instead of the words themselves.
My 3.5-year-old loves coloring these Pokemon coloring pages but he doesn’t have the focus to use the color by number part yet.
For him, I’ll color the background so he can see the Pokemon characters a little better and then color them however he wants.
Bulbasaur Colour By Number Worksheet
Pikachu Color By Number Printable
I hope your child loves these Pokemon printables as much as my kids do!
More Pokemon Ideas For Kids
Don’t stop with these Pokemon coloring pages! There are so many more fun Pokemon ideas for kids.
Books are a great way to get even further in a theme! On top of that, reading to kids helps them develop a stronger vocabulary and helps them learn to focus. It’s a win win situation!
Below are some great Pokemon books for kids:
These fizzing Pokemon balls are a fun science experiment kids will love!
Sprinkle in some sensory play with this Pokemon play dough kit! Your child will have so much fun squishing and shaping this play dough that they won’t even realize how much fine motor skill practice is involved.