3 Letter E Coloring Pages – Easy Download!

Call me crazy but we have already arrived at the 2nd vowel in the alphabet! We are on to the  Letter E Coloring Pages!  We will be working our way through the entire alphabet, of course! At the bottom of the post I will have a link to all the alphabet coloring pages, but I will only add them after they are all ready to go!  I hope you enjoy these Letter E Coloring Pages!
There are great books to teach letter E to kids. Books about Elephants, Ear, Eggs, Engine, and Emu will make great topics. Kids will be more engaged and more familiar with the words with beginning letter E while they hear and read the books. Here are the books you need to check out:

Elmer (Elmer Books)Elmer (Elmer Books)Amazon Buy Now ButtonElephants Cannot Dance! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)Elephants Cannot Dance! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)Amazon Buy Now ButtonThe Ear Book (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))The Ear Book (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))Amazon Buy Now ButtonGreen Eggs and HamGreen Eggs and HamAmazon Buy Now ButtonThe Little Engine That Could (Original Classic Edition)The Little Engine That Could (Original Classic Edition)Amazon Buy Now ButtonEdward the EmuEdward the EmuAmazon Buy Now Button

Letter E Coloring Pages -Free letter Coloring Pages for Preschool or Kindergarten

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7 Comments

  1. What a great idea, I’ll definitely be bookmarking this page for when my baby is a bit older – these look like great fun! #justanotherlinky

  2. Another good one! I’m enjoying seeing each letter and will be printing them for my son when he is a little older. Thanks for linking to #featurefridays

  3. Great resources, as always! 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Friday Frivolity!

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