Are you looking for some free printable traffic lights for your kid’s coloring delight?
I thought it would be so fun to assemble a traffic light packet after making transportation worksheets last week!
Whether you’re homeschooling your kids like me or have a classroom full of learners, we all know how much joy coloring can be for kids.
So, why not make learning about traffic lights a delightful adventure with these awesome coloring pages?
Traffic lights are those familiar lights you see on the roads that help keep everyone safe. They come in three colors: red, yellow, and green, each with its special meaning.
Red light means stop, yellow light means get ready (or slow down), and green light means go!
As your kids color these pages, take the unique opportunity to teach them about essential road safety rules and traffic signs that every kid should know.
These coloring pages are perfect for kids of all ages, so grab your crayons, colored pencils, or markers, and dive into this colorful adventure!
Let’s brighten up those traffic lights and have a great time while learning.
****To get your free download of this small coloring book, just scroll to the bottom of this post to get the whole packet in a pdf file. Pick and choose what you want to print – without opening your email up 🙂
Check Out Your Traffic Light Coloring Page Packet!
This is the first page of the free printable traffic lights and it features 2 sides of a traffic light.
Ask your student if one side has a green light lit up, which color should the other have lit up?
Here is another realistic-style coloring page of a traffic light.
This one is from a head-on angle.
This coloring page has more of a cartoon-style appearance. Kids who prefer a more animated-style coloring experience will love it!
This is a super simple traffic light that is perfect for teaching about what each color means.
Use the white space on the side for the child to write: Go, Slow, and Stop.
This cute traffic light sheet shows a young boy driving a car.
Ask your child what color the stop light should be if the driver is stopped.
Should the apples on the tree in the background match that color?
This is a coloring page of a traffic light in the city.
A taxi is stopped at the light with large buildings in the background.
Click the above text link to get the printable version of these online coloring pages! A new window will open and you can download the whole packet. Only print the ones you need or all of them! No email address required.
I hope you and your kid have fun learning and coloring these sheets!
Coloring is such a great way to relax kids and help them work on essential fine motor skills.
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