These fairy tale color by number pages are magical ways to provide your kids with creative activities and more.
With eight different mystery pictures to color and reveal, your students will delight in these adorable fairy tale themes.
These free printables are quick and simple to use. With crayons (or your favorite coloring tools), your children will be able to get started with these fun activities right away.
Find clever ideas for enjoying these color by number printables and get your free set today!
Fairy Tales + Coloring = Fun Activities for Kids
Are you looking for simple, print-and-go ways to help your kids enjoy fairy tale themes?
Like, maybe you're preparing for a party or school themes? Or perhaps you're enjoying fairy tales in your homeschool and would like some easy activities for your children to work on while you're reading?
Well, these free printable fairy tale color by number worksheets are for you!
Fairy tales have always been big hits with my five boys. These stories are fantastic ways to connect and chat about a variety of topics and character traits.
When my boys were younger, I loved having printable pages for them to use while I was reading aloud. These types of activities (like color by number) helped keep their hands busy and their focus on what I was saying.
I hope that you and your children enjoy these fairy tale color by number printables (and stories)!
Learn More About This Fairy Tale Color by Number Pack
The color-by-number pages are in black-and-white. All activities include Name, Date, and color by code at the top of the page.
Fairy tale themes included in this set are:
- Slipper with bow, pumpkin, and clock striking midnight.
- Frog prince, magic wand, and stars.
- Castle in forest.
- Book, magic wand, and love potion.
- Carriage, tower, moon, and star.
- Looking glass mirror, rose, and crown.
- Tower with vines, rainbow, and sun.
- Knight in suit of armor, shield, and sword.
Creative Ideas for Enjoying These Color by Number Activities
Before you begin these charming color by number activities, make sure to collect and prepare your coloring tools. Our favorite ways to complete these pages include:
- Crayons (especially with a glitter or shimmery effect!)
- Color pencils
- Kwik Stix (I love the bold effects of these tempera paint sticks plus how quickly they dry!)
- Watercolor paints
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A few tips for enjoying these coloring pages with kids include:
- Encourage your kids to take their time. It can take some time to build up hand strength, fine motor skills, and stamina.
- Put on fun (or relaxing) music in the background while all the coloring fun is happening.
- Flip over these printable worksheets and use the back of the pages. Younger students can draw fairy tale scenes and characters. Older kids can practice writing fairy tale words and phrases.
Not sure where or when to use these fairy tale coloring pages? Here are some ideas:
- Birthday party with a fairy tale theme
- Early finishers in your homeschool, co-op, or classroom
- Additions to take-home folders
- Brain breaks
- Morning work
- Math centers
- Fine motor skill practice
Excellent Ways to Extend the Fun with These Printables
You can easily boost the fairy tale fun with these activities. Books, games, and cool accessories can make it all seem even more magical!
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Grab Your Free Fairy Tale Color by Number Pages
Get ready for a happily ever after with these color by number activities featuring fairy tales!
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Hope you and your kids find these printable activities enchanting! Which one of these fairy tale themes do you like best? Please share in the comments area at the bottom of this post!