Where to Find Free Spring Coloring Sheets
Posted on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 at 7:00 am
Spring is the season that the flowers start blooming. Many children love the bright colors that different kinds of flowers come in. Give them the opportunity to make flowers any color they can imagine with these free to print spring coloring pages. This activity is a good way to fill up a rainy spring day.
* Buzzing Around is a picture of a happy bee that is buzzing around three spring flowers. This image is large enough for younger kids to easily color.
* Easter Lilies is a picture of three, large, Easter lilies that need to be colored in. This image is large enough for younger kids to be able to color.
* Spring Starts is a picture of a very large tulip leaning towards the sun. It says “Spring Starts” on the page. This image is large enough for the little kids to color. It also includes some small details that older kids can add color to.
* Spring Flowers is a picture that includes drawings of seven different kinds of cartoon-like flowers. The fine details in this image make it a fun challenge for older kids. When they finish coloring, they can cut around each flower, glue them on another paper, and create a spring flower mixed media artwork.
At Coloring Castle
There are twelve different flower coloring sheets to choose from. Each one is designed to look like a specific type of flower. The name of the flower appears next to the drawing. These coloring pages have fine details that will be fun for older kids to color in. Kids who really enjoy coloring these flower pages might want to learn more about the flower they colored – and maybe even plant some in a garden.
At Educational Coloring Pages
There are ten different flower coloring sheets here. Four of them have bold lines or wide spaces that younger kids will enjoy coloring. (Two of them show flowers that have a smiling face on them). The rest have the type of fine details that older kids (and maybe even teens) will find to be an interesting challenge.
Not interested in going through a lot of printer’s ink? There is another, simple, option to using printable coloring pages. Stop by your local craft shop, or a chain store like Michaels, and pick up some flower shaped stencils. The stencils will allow you to reproduce the same flower shape, over and over again, on any kind of paper. Older kids will be able to use the stencils themselves, while younger kids may need a parent’s assistance.