Brightly shining in the center of our solar system, our sun is pretty amazing. Kids of all ages love learning about the sun. These free printable sun coloring pages are great resources for a solar system unit of study.
A fun way to use these sheets with your kids is as templates for paper based crafts. Kids love making art projects while learning about topics in science.
Even if you use them as coloring pages, your kids can practice fine motor skills while coloring.
Swap out the crayons for paint and your kids can use these pages to create unique pieces of art!
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How to Download the Printable Files
- Click on the button below each coloring page
- PDF files can then be downloaded and printed off using a printer
Combine these sheets with other nature inspired coloring pages to make your own coloring book. Popular choices include:
Sun Coloring Page
Use these free printable sun templates for craft projects. Let your kids create process art by coloring them in using paint.
Or cut them out and use them to make your own solar system inspired crafts. Your kids can use these pages to show the relationship between the sun, planet Earth, and our moon.
The possibilities are endless with these simple sun coloring pages.
Perfect for younger kids who are learning about letters. These pages feature a sun with the word Sun or upper case and lower case letter S.
Below the image is a spot for your kids to practice writing letters. Write the word sun or practice writing the letter S.
Pair these pages with a few children's books about weather. Young learners love looking at the illustrations found in books.
Seasons is a beautiful book about the four seasons.
Early readers provide short sentences for beginning readers. The Sun: Our Nearest Star is a great choice for kids.
Believe it or not, but our sun is actually a star. Yes, that is right, the sun is so bright because it is the closest star to the Earth.
Heat is produced through the process of nuclear fusion. During this process, two hydrogen atoms fuse together and become one helium atom.
Heat and light is given off during that process!
Children's books about our solar system can be found in our bookshop linked below.
More Weather Learning Resources
Head outside and observe clouds together using a cloud journal. Printable real life images for clouds can be printed off and used during a weather unit of study.
Learning about light and prisms? These sheets features different rainbows including how a rainbow is formed.
Practice color recognition by learning about the colors of the rainbow. Book recommendations along with online resources are included.
Did you know that the sun is actually closer to the Earth during the winter months? Pair these sheets with some snowflake printables as a way to brighten up those cold winter days.
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only in your home or classroom. All of these free sun coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com