These Color by Number Ocean Preschool Worksheets are perfect for having fun while practicing number recognition and early math skills. You’re definitely not going to want to miss these free printable summer color by code preschool worksheets! Get yours today!
These Color by Number Ocean Preschool Worksheets are the perfect addition to an ocean unit study for little kids. The cute little ocean animals hidden in these printable pages are sure to make learning numbers lots of fun for your little ones.
Plus, these ocean color by number worksheets are perfect for entertaining your preschoolers at the beach on a rainy day. After all, what could be more fun than bringing a bit of the sand and sun inside?
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Check out these fun ideas for learning using these ocean-themed pages with your preschool and kindergarten learners.
For more preschool math fun, consider reading a fun counting book. I love reading to my kids. It’s an excellent way to snuggle up, encourage a love of books, and use our imagination! These preschool color by number ocean pages are the perfect activity to do with one of our favorite ocean-themed books:
- Down East in the Ocean* by Connie and Peter Roop
- One Giant Splash* by Michael Dahl
- Ten Little Fish* by Audrey Wood
Our favorite is Ten Little Fish*. My kids love the rhymes and the way the book moves backward from 10, unlike many traditional counting books. However, the pictures in Michael Dahl’s One Giant Splash* are a favorite for me.
After your preschooler decodes his color by number ocean worksheet and after you have snuggled up to read a fun counting tale, why not sing a song together?
Ocean Counting Songs
Another great way to add learning fun to your day is with music. Did you know that exposing preschoolers to music helps them with language development, literacy, and motor skills? Including songs and fingerplays in your preschool lessons is an excellent way to help get little learners ready for kindergarten.
My kids love music. As soon as they hear music, even a jingle on the radio, they start to dance. My little fish just love to wiggle! If your preschoolers love to move to the beat, you’ll definitely want to try one of these ocean counting songs with them:
- In the Big Blue Sea by KidsTV
- 5 Little Fish by Jack Hartmann (This song is also available in Spanish!)
- 1,2,3,4,5, Once I Caught a Fish Alive!
That last song is a big favorite around here! Not only is it a great counting song, it’s also an excellent way to learn about rhyming words and sequencing. The song tells a story that helps children to remember number order and teaches about cause and effect.
After counting, reading, and singing, your little learners are definitely going to be ready for a snack. Why not add some math fun to snack time too?
With some popular fish-shaped crackers, you can add preschool math to snack time too. Give kids some goldfish crackers and have them count their fish-shaped snacks. With more advanced learners, you can practice counting by 2 or 5. In this way, preschool learners can practice one-to-one correspondence as well as skip counting.
Whether you’re interested in counting fish snacks or not, don’t miss out on these fun ocean color by number pages. Your preschoolers are sure to love coloring these cute ocean animals. Plus, color by code activities are an excellent way to learn all by themselves!
Free Color by Number
Did you know coloring helps kids develop concentration, problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and build fine motor skills they’ll need for handwriting and even reading? Coloring accomplishes all of that and of course, it’s lots of fun too!
These ocean-themed coloring pages include lots of opportunities for your kids to practice not only number recognition, but also hand-eye coordination and reading color words too.
Your preschoolers and kindergartners will have a wonderful time practicing all of these important early learning skills and more. Grab some crayons, markers, or even colored pencils and get creative with these free printable color by number ocean activities.
After all, color by code worksheets like these are an engaging and hands-on way to reinforce important concepts for preschool and kindergarten learners.
Preschool Number Worksheets
Just download and print these no-prep number printables and use the color code on each page to create adorable sea creatures with your little learners. These preschool number worksheets are great for morning work or early finishers.
You can use these ocean themed color by code pages as a great end of the year activity or send them home in your summer packet. Either way, young children will have a blast reviewing early math skills with these fun and engaging summer activities.
Keep scrolling to get your very own ocean-themed preschool color by number pages and have fun diving deep with these fun printables.
Check out these free printables and activities to learn all about the ocean with your young children this summer.
- These Free Printable Tracing Ocean Preschool Worksheets are perfect for practicing fine motor skills with your preschoolers this Summer!
- Practice creative thinking and problem-solving and fine motor skills with your little kids using this Whale Blow Painting for Kids.
- This Coral Reef STEAM Preschool Ocean Investigation Station is a fun way to make amazing three-dimensional coral reef designs.
- Learn to draw while practicing fine motor skills with these no-prep printable Ocean Directed Drawing for Kids worksheets.
- These Free Printable Sea Turtle Life Cycle Worksheets are sure to make a splash with your preschoolers and kindergartners this Summer!
- Learn about density with your kids using this engaging and hands-on Ocean Science for Kids Ocean Life Experiment from Natural Beach Living.
Color by Number Ocean Preschool Worksheets
Under the Sea
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
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Thanks so much for downloading this resource from The Keeper of the Memories! I hope you enjoy using these free ocean color by number worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine!
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