Need a fun Valentine’s Day activity? Here’s 3 free printable Valentine Color By Number Worksheets!
With Valentine’s Day coming up quick, I created these Valentine color by number coloring pages as a fun way to help little ones with number recognition.
These free printables are a great way for young children to practice their fine motor skills, color recognition, and color sight words. Plus, they are so much fun!
Older kids will be able to read the color words, but you can highlight each of the color words in the correct color to help your non-readers enjoy this Valentine’s Day color by number as well!
My kids used crayons with these printable valentine color by number worksheets, but you could also use markers or colored pencils. The pictures are fairly simple with no fine details, making them perfect for kids of all ages.
Each of the color by number Valentines Day printable worksheets are able to be instantly downloaded right in this article! I wanted to make it super convenient – because I know you are busy prepping Valentine cards (or coaching a young child to write their name twenty times! Been there. Done that….and still doing that.
Let’s dive in and take a look at these free Valentine’s day color by number worksheets!
Valentine Color By Number Worksheets
First up is this Cute Valentines day cupcake. Nothing says Happy Valentine’s Day like a fluffy sugary sweet cupcake!
Kids will enjoy following the directions to color this giant pink cupcake surrounded by purple and red hearts. The cupcake wrapper is rainbow colored and the bright colors kids add will make this a beautiful picture!
My kids are wild about cupcakes and sweets, so this was a real hit with them!
You can grab this Cupcake Valentines Day color by number by clicking the black download button directly below.
Teddy Bear Valentine’s Day Color By Number
The second free Valentine Color by Number is an adorable Teddy Bear holding his Valentine’s day cards.
The brown teddy bear is surrounded by valentine heart shapes in various colors.
This is such a fun and easy way to help kids get extra practice with number recognition! Kids will love this cute cuddly little bear number worksheet.
You can grab the Teddy Bear Color by Number printables by clicking the download button below.
Rocket Valentine Color By Number – Preschool
And last, I have this fun Rocket Valentine Color by Number. This cute little Valentine’s Day Rocket is flying through space.
There’s yellow stars to color, plenty of different colors on the rocket itself, as well as tiny little hearts coming out the back of the rocket. Too cute!
I made this one with my son in mind. He is all about space, rockets, and exploring! I hope your little boys and girls enjoy this color by number too!
You can grab the Rocket Valentine’s Day Color by Number page by clicking the download button below.
More Free Color By Number Worksheets
If your kids loved these Color by Number Worksheets, you can find more free Color By Number worksheets here on my blog.
There’s a simple American Flag Color by Number here. Kids can color the stripes on the flag as well as the blue on the stars portion. This printable worksheet would be perfect for President’s Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Memorial Day, or any other Patriotic holiday or event.
You can also find 3 free printable Summer themed Color by Number pages here. Each of these pages include color code dots making them perfect for kids of all ages (even your non-readers!)
More Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
Looking for More ideas for your Valentines Day theme lesson plans?
You can find some free Valentine coloring pages here. There’s 3 free printable coloring pages including Valentine Bees (Bee Mine!), Valentine Sweets, and a Teddy Bear with balloons.
There’s 3 free printable Valentine’s Day Dot to Dot pages here. You’ll find 3 super simple connect the dots pages that are perfect for preschool, kindergarten students, and first graders. What fun!
This Valentine Butterfly Craft is loads of fun! Simply cut out the pieces and glue it together to make a heart butterfly.
If you like simple crafts, don’t miss this Symmetry Heart. Kids paint half of the heart template and then fold the page to create a symmetrical print. So cute and so EASY! (I just love easy crafts, don’t you?!)
There’s a DIY Valentine’s Day Banner here. This free printable LOVE banner makes a wonderful decoration for Valentine’s Day. Kids will enjoy coloring the pieces, cutting it out, threading it onto a ribbon or string and of course displaying the banner. What a fun craft for the whole family to enjoy!
And my personal favorite is this Valentine Handprint Heart Poem Craft for kids. Grab the free poem printable and create some cool handprint art on it. There’s 2 ways to do it and both are SO adorable. These make a great keepsake for parents and grandparents.
Want to save these free Valentine color by number printables for later? – Pin the image below to your Valentine’s Day Activities board on Pinterest!