Our website has a growing collection of free coloring sheets, this pages lists some of the ones most appropriate for younger children. Use these preschool Bible coloring pages in your toddler class, at home, or even in Christian daycare programs.
Preschool Coloring Tips
- Depending on the child’s development, coloring can be a challenging task. For young toddlers it’s simply a thrill to see the cause-effect of the crayon. Maybe that’s why they so often write on the walls!
- For most preschool aged kids, a handful of primary colored crayons is enough. Don’t overwhelm them with choices and the clutter of that 124 color set.
- As motor skills develop, the act of coloring becomes more enjoyable. Their young minds love to see how the simple combinations of bordering tones produces very different effects.
- Some children will not stay within the lines (or even on the page). That is fine, just let them enjoy the experience and grow in their love for art. The polished projects can come later.