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Materials for Easter Egg Color by Number Coloring Page
- Printable file (below).
- One sheet of paper.
- Colored markers, colored pencils, or crayons.
- 10-sided die (optional).
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file includes a one-page color by number coloring page with three Easter eggs split into individual sections numbered 1-10. Each number is assigned to one of six colors: green, yellow, red, blue, orange, and purple.
Emily decided to make it more interesting and used a 10-sided die to determine which section to color next. Not something I’d have thought of but definitely a great extension idea 🙂
As usual, you get extra content with the VIP file: three different number fonts plus versions where you can add your own colors depending on what you want to use or have available. Become a VIP member or buy this file only in my shop to access it immediately.
Do you teach toddlers and preschoolers?
This Feed the Shark bundle includes all of the important areas of early childhood education: Letters, numbers (1-40), sizes, and colors in a super engaging feed the animal game. The bundle also includes task cards and matching storage labels.
Download your free Easter Egg Color by Number Coloring Page!
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Are you looking for more number recognition resources? Check out these!
Feed the Squirrel Fall Counting Game by Pre-K Pages
Number Recognition Worksheets by Totschooling
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