So many kids like printable stars to color, as stars are one of those shapes that we see around us all the time, on school certificates, Gold Star Motivational posters for your Children, the American Flag or perhaps Star Stencils for a festive holiday like Christmas.
All of these star shapes I’ve mentioned above can be used as clip art, stencils or printable stars to color in, and the fun part is when they don’t have color, you can decorate these stars anyway you like, even with various craft supplies that mum or grandma has stashed away in your cupboards and draws. Be sure to ask permission first before you take anything to cut up and or use in this stars to color project.
These printable stars to color are a little different from the Printable Star Coloring Pages that is in my other post, they my be nested stars but each star border is different in design and in the number of points each printable star has. Kids how many points does each star have? Count out aloud and see. There is a 5, 6, 7 and 8 pointed star in this star stencil to download, color and cut out.
With four printable stars to color on this sheet you can mix and match your favorite colors, to create collection of colorful stars to brighten up your world. Think how cool they would look on your wall with some of your favorite stars who are singers, or perhaps you have been in a school play and you have a group photo and you can place the stars all around it, because after all you’re a star.
If the kids need a bit of help combining colors for their four printable stars to color, they can try these color combinations: blue and light green, yellow and pink, orange and purple and brown and red. Once the stars are colored use a pair of child safety scissors to cut them out, children who are young will need supervision as scissors can be dangerous or alternatively parents and guardians can step in and do this part.
At this point you can decide how if you would to just use some double sided foam tape, blue-tack or
Coloring sheets are a good way for kids to practice their color combination skills, improving their neatness and most of all having fun with printable stars to color in.