Use bingo daubers, cheerios, stickers or pom poms to fill in the circles on these poppy coloring pages.
- bingo daubers (or cheerios, pom poms or stickers)
- glue if using cheerios or pom poms
- something to color with if using the black and white version
- Click on the link of your choice (below) to print the template.
- Black and white version: Color the poppies in but don't color the circles (leave those white)
- Use a bingo dauber, stamp the circles. This is good motor skills practice for toddlers and preschoolers but is still fun for older children.
- Alternatively, you can glue cheerios, pom poms or stickers to the circles.
- Optional: Bingo Dauber worksheets make pretty good chore charts for kids.
- Rather than just stamping all the circles in all at once as a craft project hang the unstamped sheet on the fridge or chores area along with a list of goals for them to work on.
- As the children accomplish their goals, let them stamp or sticker a circle on their worksheet.
- Once all of their circles are stamped, all of their goals should be complete.
- The only catch is that the list of goals has to match the number of circles on the worksheet. You can make your life a little easier by putting a number of circles "earned" for the different tasks (some tasks can be worth 3 circles, others worth 2 and some worth 1). This makes it a little easier to make the tasks add up to the circles.
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).