Christmas Colouring Sheets


Free colouring sheets for children until 7 years of age. They are in easy to download pdf format. Just Download and Print. We have a wide selection of 50+ sheets to choose from.



Fun alphabet colouring sheets for children till 7 years of age. FREE worksheets for pre-primary children. These printables are in easy to download pdf format.

key2practice has a selection of 50+ free worksheets for colouring

  • Why should your child use colouring sheets?
  • Does it have any significance?
  • Or it’s just a way to pass time and a remedy to cure boredom?

Colouring in a child’s early years has an important part to play.

Picture this

Give a child (or even an adult) a blank page and some colours. The whole process of what to draw and how to draw can be scary and immediately a child loses interest.

Whereas, with colouring sheets, they can colour them as per their imagination and very soon they are filled with ideas to make their own designs and forms.

Giving birth to an imaginative and creative child.

Did you know that colouring helps in a child’s intellectual development?

Here’s how –

  • Colouring with crayons improves fine motor skills of your kindergartner.
  • For children as small as 2 years of age. Doing colouring gives them a sense of colour and recognition of colour names.
  • Doing colouring sheets develop hand-eye coordination in your preschooler.
  • From this wide variety of free colouring sheets that we bring to you. We hope and your child you have fun and create unique masterpieces.

If you are looking for premium quality free worksheets for your kindergartner then do give key2practice worksheets a try.

Click here to download free key2practice worksheets on Maths chapters.

We offer valuable resources like A Study Guide to Maths concepts for Grade 1 -5.

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How to Use?
  • It is good enough to let your child attempt only one sheet in a day otherwise he will get overwhelmed and confused.
  • The child to attempt the worksheet in sequence i.e. worksheet no1 first and no2 next as the worksheets are designed from easy to difficult and basic to higher.
  • Each worksheet has a solved example. Help child understand the concept. from the solved example before start doing the worksheet.
  • Guide your child to match answer from answer sheet given in the end of the worksheet package.
  • Some worksheets have foot notes. Help your child go through them for better understanding.
  • The worksheets are black and white. Engage your child to color these. They will find it more interesting.