Free printable carrot coloring pages are perfect for adults and kids of all ages! Whether you are learning about vegetables, planting a garden, or just looking for some cute coloring pages, these sheets are for you!
If you have ever planted carrot seeds, then you know the magic that exists when you pull a fresh carrot from the ground.
Even if you pull one up that has just started to grow, you can see the root forming.
We traditionally think of orange when we hear the word carrot, but they actual come in a whole variety of colors.
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You and your kids will love coloring in these carrot coloring sheets using their favorite coloring supplies.
Bright orange, white, yellow, or even purple can be used to color in these pages!
Pair these sheets with a few more designs to make your own coloring book!
Not just for kids, these also make wonderful adult coloring pages. Coloring is a great way to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Plus coloring is a low prep activity that is great for all ages!
How to Print
- Click the button below the printable image to bring up a PDF version
- Print off using your home printer
For a sturdier sheet for crafting, print them onto cardstock instead of plain printer paper.
I love coloring using water color paints! Who says you have to use traditional crayons?
Markers, watercolor, and even watercolor pencils are so much fun to use!
Pictures of Carrots to Color
All of these designs feature realistic carrots. Perfect for getting your kids excited to learn about these amazing veggies.
Freshly picked from the garden, the first coloring page has one carrot with greens still attached.
Did you know, carrots are a root vegetable. When growing carrots in the garden you have to dig them up and pull out the entire root.
All lined up in a row, you can color each carrot orange. Or have fun and pick a different color for each veggie.
You can color one purple, another yellow, and the last one light orange.
Get creative, and color in the background to represent a garden. Why not pretend the carrots are still buried in the ground when coloring in this sheet!
Since carrots are root vegetables, they have green stems and leaves that grow above the ground.
In the garden, these greens can grow very large, even larger than the ones in the coloring sheet above.
If you have never seen carrots with the greens still attached, you are missing out! It is really fun to see the entire plant.
Color and Write Carrot
Perfect for young children who are practicing writing letters and words. The last coloring sheet has one large carrot along with the word written in outline form.
The word carrot can be written on the line using markers, crayons, or a pencils. Your little on can then have fun coloring in the letters and the picture.
Hopefully these carrot coloring pages inspire you and your kids learn more about these amazing vegetables.
Ideas for further exploration:
- Grow a variety of carrots from seed
- Try a different color of carrot including purple or yellow
- Read a good book about vegetables and gardening
- Color some wiggly worm coloring pages
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These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free carrot coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com