Letter E Coloring Pages are a great way to help your child practice writing the letter E. Check out our letter E coloring pages below!
But before we introduce you to our letter E coloring pages, let’s look at a few benefits of coloring for kids:
- Develops motor skills and hand strength
- Fine-tunes pencil grip
- Develops creativity
- Improves hand-eye coordination
- Increases focus
Printable Letter E Coloring Pages
E For Elephant Coloring Page
E For Earth Coloring Page
E For Egg Plant Coloring Page
E For Egg Coloring Page
What’s the importance of learning the alphabet? If kids learn how to form alphabets early on, they learn to communicate better when they’re older. It also helps them develop reading skills at an early age. Additionally, it also helps develop your child’s phonic knowledge and spatial skills.
Addition to Letter E Coloring Pages: Fun Alphabet Games
Once your child is done coloring, try these fun alphabet games.
After working on those letter E coloring pages, why not get in a little exercise? Not only are your kids moving around, but they’re learning the alphabet too. Make your regular Hopscotch grids on your driveway and write down letters in each grid using chalk. Kids need to hop on whatever letter you say out loud.
Here’s a delicious alternative/addition to our letter E coloring pages. All you need is some M&Ms (or any candy of your child’s choice). Instruct your little ones to shape various letters using those tiny treats. Once they’re done, they could even gobble them up.
We all love a game of Scrabble, don’t we? We’re sure most of your kids might too. They don’t need to play the game in itself, but they could definitely review their alphabet knowledge with those Scrabble tiles! All you need to do is place various tiles on the board and ask your child to pronounce them out loud. It’s an awesome addition to our letter E coloring pages.
For this great alternative to letter E coloring pages, all you need is a few paper cups. Mark each paper cup with some letters of the alphabet. Next, hide an item of your choice under a paper cup (without your child seeing you) and then ask your kid to open their eyes and guess where the item is hidden! They need to say the letter of the paper cup out loud so you can look beneath it.
Check out Osmo’s ABCs game in the Little Genius Starter Kit too.