Take kid’s coloring skills to the next level with this free Easter Bunny Color By Number printable! Using the color key at the bottom of the worksheet to color in the different numbered sections of the bunny. Coloring by numbers is not only a fun activity but also gets some learning in at the same time!
I’ve got lots more of fun free Easter printables for you – right-click and open them up to read next!
Easter Bunny Color By Number
This free Easter Bunny Color By Number activity is great for kids to develop their number recognition skills, as well as learning how to match the colors to the numbers on the cute Easter Bunny.
Pull out this printable when the kids need to have some quiet time or are bored because they can’t go outside.
How To Use Printable
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I think everyone knows how to color by numbers, but just in case you don’t and you need to explain it to your child.
The adorable Easter Bunny has been divided into lots of smaller sections, and each section has a number attached to it (except the dots on the Easter Egg which will remain white).
At the bottom of the sheet are 8 different colored eggs with a number inside each one. This is the color key. Underneath each colored egg is also the spelling of each color.
Following the color key start to color in each section of the bunny until it is completed.
I’ve also included a copy of the bunny [digitially] colored in so that if your child needs more help, they can use it as a guide.
For kids that want to let their inner artist flow a little bit more, I’ve also included a sheet with blank eggs so that they can get creative and make up their own color key!
Suggested Art Supplies
I like to keep a good stash of art supplies at home so that I am always ready when my nieces and nephews come to visit. You don’t need all the things on my suggested art supplies list, but I wanted to share some of my favorites with you.
You can use whatever art supplies you like to bring these coloring pages to life. I love Crayola Super Tips – they come in boxes of various amounts – I’ve got the 100 count box as you can never have too many colors!
They’re kid-friendly, washable, and they also draw thick and thin lines so you can color with precision, as well as cover larger areas.
If your child (or you!) prefers to use crayons, I don’t think you can go wrong with classic Crayolas, again the come in various counts.
You’re going to think I’m biased towards the Crayola brand, but I’m not! They just happen to make awesome and affordable art supplies that are safe for kids to use! So try out their colored pencils, because I really don’t think you can go wrong with Crayolas for coloring!
They also have fun scented pencils which will no doubt bring the Easter-themed coloring sheet to life with smells!
More Coloring Sheets
Looking for other free printable coloring activities to download? Right-click and open these ones in a new tab to check out next:
- Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages
- Easter Eggs Coloring Pages To Print for Free!
- Super Sweet Unicorn Coloring Pages
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