Celebrate the marigold with these marigold coloring pages. Bold and bright, there is so much to love about this flower!
I created each printable coloring page with my readers in mind. Simple designs in black and white that you wont find anywhere else.
Read on to download your own copies and start coloring them in today.
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Looking for more garden inspired coloring pages? Make sure to check out these realistic flower color by number.
To print, simply click image to bring up a PDF version of the sheet. Each free printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper.
Not only is coloring fun, but its a great way to practice a wide range of skills. From flower identification to fine motor skills. Even as a mom I enjoy coloring using markers and watercolor paint.
On the first coloring sheet, you can color one large flower. Marigolds bloom in shades of yellow, orange, and burgundy. It would be fun to color in each petal on the large bloom using a different shade!
Made with young learners in mind, this M is for Marigold page is perfect when studying the letter m. Little ones can color in the letters along with the flower. It would be fun to talk about marigolds as they color in this sheet.
One, two, three, as your child colors they can count the flowers and the buds. I love how this sheet encourages kids to think about the life cycle of a flower. Instead of buds, you can also pretend the closed parts of the flower are seed heads.
Did you know that some marigolds produce huge blooms several inches across? These annuals complete their growing cycle in one season. The large blooms are visited by butterflies, bees, and other pollinators!
On the last sheet in the set, your child can color in the flower, stem, and leaves along with the word Marigold. Then they can practice writing the word on the lines across the bottom of the sheet.
These types of coloring pages are great for beginner writers and very young children who are practicing writing letters.
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Pair these sheets with additional coloring pages to create your own coloring book. As a gardener, I love planting marigolds alongside different flowers and vegetables.
- Tomatoes - often planted with marigolds in the garden!
- Sunflower - bright and cheerful
- Wiggly Worm - tunnel under the soil
A fun activity is to color these sheets right inside the garden. You can color in the designs to match what you see in real life!
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 marigold coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.