One of the activities that are often carried out in the learning process at school, especially at the basic level such as preschool and kindergarten is colour by number. This means, like other colouring pages, colouring images on paper is the main point. However, what makes it different is the numbers that serve as a guide for colouring each part in the image. If you look at it at first glance, you will be quite confused with how many parts of the image are separated. But if you enjoy following the rules of colour by number, the results of the colouring you do will impress you.
Even though colour by number is a common activity and has become a daily activity in schools, on certain days, this paper will have its own theme related to the current moment. Let's take an example from a special day that many children look forward to, namely Halloween Day. On Halloween day, children love every design on display and it is different from the usual days. You can make it a part of the paper colour by number. The design that will be given a colour based on numbers is enough to be given iconic characters in Halloween, for example, pumpkin, witch, and others.
In order to do Halloween colour by numbers, you don't need to have trouble finding a suitable and meaningful image source for the day. Nowadays it's easy to find a variety of sources that match the needs you want to have. One of the places to get it is via the internet. From the internet, you will find various Halloween colours by number examples and references. What you need to think about is how to make it more interesting, even though from the start it has become an interesting activity for children to do.
Because Halloween colour by number is an activity that is usually done in school, calling it a worksheet is not overrated. Because in fact there are tasks that must be done in order to get points from the learning lessons of colouring and interpret the value of numbers that represent colours. In order to become a worksheet, you can give it to the children in the class for Halloween activities in the learning process in class.