Do you have a preschooler at home? If so, chances are, you’re always on the lookout for no-prep activities they’ll love.
These preschool number coloring pages are a fun way to help kids review numbers.
Each coloring page has a number one through nine on it in the shape of an animal!
That means, kids will get more exposure to numbers and also have the ability to use their imagination and creativity.
Print them out and use them whenever kids need a quiet time activity.
Also be sure to check out all of our coloring pages for kids!
Printable Number Coloring Pages
Inside this preschool number coloring page set, we’ve included the following images:
- 1 (looks like a giraffe)
- 2 (looks like a swan)
- 3 (looks like a snake)
- 4 (looks like a rabbit)
- 5 (looks like a duck)
- 6 (looks like a snail)
- 7 (looks like a toucan)
- 8 (looks like an octopus tentacle)
- 9 (looks like an elephant)
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Animal Unit For Kids
Want to create an entire animal unit around these number coloring pages? If so, we’ve got some great ideas to get you started.
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 of the most popular animal books for kids. Borrow them from the local library or buy them to add to your home collection.
The Fascinating Animal Book For Kids is a great book for curious kiddos! Find facts on almost any animal your child is learning about. This is a great resource to have in your home library collection.
The View At The Zoo is a silly book about all the animals at the zoo. When the people come to take a look at the animals, they see all sorts of sights! But, there’s a twist to this book that you have to read for yourself and laugh about!
Giraffes Can’t Dance is a sweet and fun book about Gerald the Giraffe. He can’t dance, but doesn’t stop trying! He finally finds his own rhythm when he meets an unlikely friend.
We love crafting and have tons of animal crafts for kids but below are some of our favorites!
Sensory activities are also another activity you’ll want to incorporate into your zoo animal theme. This zoo sensory bin is perfect for letting the kids have some independent playtime.
These felt zoo animals with world maps are an amazing educational resource that is great for engaging children and teaching about animals all around the world!