Check out these Free Robot Coloring Pages for Kids! Are you ready for a robot theme? We’ve got you covered! Use markers, crayons, and watercolors to fill in your robot coloring pages. Have fun with gears, antennae, wheels, buttons, jet packs, and more! Print all 10 pages for free, below! Learn robot vocabulary, talk about shapes, and boost creativity! Don’t forget to give your robot a name! Coloring Pages Robot.
Robot Coloring Pages for Kids
It’s time to color some robots! Use markers, crayons, and watercolors to fill in each page! Be sure to talk about the shapes you see in each page. You will discover circles, rectangles, triangles, and squares. Talk about the colors you use. Be sure to give your robot a name! Don’t forget to talk about your 5 senses. What do robots sound like, look like, feel like?
Wheelie Robot Coloring Page
Waving Robot Coloring Page
Blast Off Robot Coloring Page
Happy Robot Coloring Page
Free Robot Coloring Sheets
These robots have some great vocabulary words to discuss. Talk about the springs, gears, buttons, jet packs, wheels, antennae, switches, and more. If you built a robot, what would it do? What tasks would it help with? Have you ever seen a robot in real life? Get the conversation going! Be sure to check out Shark Coloring Pages for another exciting coloring pack!
Robot with Springs and Gears Coloring Page
Hovering Robot Coloring Page
Kind Robot Coloring Page
Springy Machine Robot Coloring Page
Robot with Popcorn Coloring Page
Cool Robot Coloring Page
Robot Activities for Kids
Are you ready to complete your robot theme? Check out some awesome activities to try with your little ones. Learn about robot vocabulary, plus build fine motor skills!
The Make Your Own Robot Craft comes with free printable cutouts! Grab a sandwich bag, paint it silver, then pick your favorite parts to glue to the bag! Pick gears, buttons, antennae, and springs to cut out. Everyone’s robot will be a unique creation!
I LOVE Robot Marshmallows because there is so much you can do with this activity! Grab extra large marshmallows and have your little ones make their own robot! Have materials handy like pretzel sticks, gummy life savors, fruit loops, edible eyes, and more!
Are you ready to get moving? Have fun with a Robot Dance! Write robot movements down on popsicle sticks, then have someone call them out one at at time. Spin in a circle, walk in a square, take one giant step, and more!
Robot Books for Preschool
A great way to learn about robots is through picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary, build a social bond, and discover potential interests! Read “Sometimes I Forget You’re A Robot” and “Rusty The Squeaky Robot”.