Fluffy, thin, dark grey, and white, clouds come in many shapes and colors. Kids of all ages enjoy watching the clouds in the sky. Free cloud coloring pages are great activity for a young nature enthusiast!
Crafting and art projects are a fun way to learn about different weather conditions with your kids. Practice color recognition and fine motor skills in a creative way.
Whether you are studying clouds or looking for weather themed activities, these printable pages are for you!
Great as coloring pages or cloud templates for craft projects.
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How to Download
- Click the button below each printable to bring up a pdf version of the sheet
- Download the image then print it off using your printer and plain printer paper
More Weather Coloring Pages
Learning about different weather conditions with your kids? Make sure to check out these additional free printables:
Free coloring pages make great additional resources for weather unit studies. Plus coloring is a fun way for kids to relax while being creative.
Print off a few for yourself, these also make wonderful adult coloring pages!
Cloud Coloring Images
Print off a set of these to create your own cloud coloring book. Your kids can add illustrations in the white spaces to create their own unique pictures.
Draw a picture of a rainbow to go along with the clouds or even rain drops. Add an image of a sun, lightning, or even snowflakes to show different weather events.
Clouds of Different Shapes
Kids of all ages love identifying the clouds they see up in the sky. While they watch the clouds go by they can color the variety of clouds found on this page.
Pair this page with a lesson about the different types of clouds. The printables found in that post include: a cloud journal, free printable images of clouds, and types of clouds worksheets.
Or learn how to make your own clouds in a jar with this step by step tutorial!
Rain and Storm Clouds
The two coloring sheets below would be great to use as templates for weather themed crafts.
Color them in using a variety of art supplies, watercolor paint is a favorite! Then cut them out using scissors.
Stormy coloring pages are a great way to learn about bad weather with your kids.
Often times kids are afraid of thunder and lightning. Pair these cloud coloring images with a few books about weather.
Learning about natural phenomena, lets kids understand what is happening in the atmosphere.
Related Post: Printable Weather Flashcards for Kids
Coloring pages and books paired with real life observations are great ways for kids to learn about what is happening up in the sky.
Cloud Coloring Images with Text
Perfect for young children who are learning about letters. Below each images are large lines to write letters and words.
Cloud, stormy, rain, or even lightning can all be written on the lines. Pair these pages with a children's book about weather for an easy literacy lesson!
If you are homeschooling these sheets would be great for young kids to use while older kids are learning about the different types of weather.
As a mom, I try to create sheets that are not only fun for kids to color, but that can go along with a lesson plan or educational activity.
Make sure to check out these additional activities to get your kids excited about the sky.
- Night Sky Process Art- you kids can have fun making their own unique pieces of art!
- Moon Journaling- Did you know you can see the moon during the day and night? Keeping a moon journal is a fun way to explore the sky with your kids.
- Children's Books about Spring- Rain drip dropping, birds chirping, and rainbows forming...beautifully illustrated picture books to celebrate the season!
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These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only in your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free printable cloud coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com