Solve this winter color by number by using crayons to fill in each pixel box to reveal a cute and chilly penguin.
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Color-by-number puzzles are a fun challenge! Print the uncolored design and color each square with the coordinating color to reveal a picture.
There are 2 kinds of color-by-number pictures. One where you can probably see what the finished picture will be – and this fun pixel art!
Pixel art might look a bit more challenging, but your child will still color each shape to match the color with the number. The only difference is that you probably won’t be able to guess what the design is until near the end.
This winter color by number is a penguin wearing a winter hat and scarf and standing in the snow. You can color in number order from 1-6, work from one side to the other, or whatever coloring pattern you prefer.
Penguin color by number
To solve this color-by-number page, you’ll need to print the download and use crayons, colored pencils, or markers.
This one uses 6 colors (not counting white, which I just left blank): red, orange, dark blue, light blue, purple, and black. They’re numbered 1-6, so if your child can match those numbers and colors, they’ll be able to do this one.
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