Tall, bright, and cheerful, is there anything not to love about sunflowers? Kids of all ages can enjoy these free printable sunflower coloring pages. What better way to enjoy the warm weather than to get creative and color sunny sunflower coloring sheets!
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The joy that is felt when standing in front of a field full of sunflowers is hard to describe. Its no wonder artists like Vincent Van Gogh created masterpieces with this flower as the inspiration!
Even if you can not stand among the sunflowers in a field, hopefully these printable coloring pages will bring you some of that joy. Free printables can be printed off an turned into a homemade coloring book.
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- Download the printable pdf directly onto your computer
- Print on plain paper or cardstock
Don't forget to print off a few for yourself, these can also be used as adult coloring pages!
Gather a few real sunflowers as inspiration. Kids of all ages can benefit from practicing color recognition and trying to create the exact shades of yellow, orange, or even red that is in the real flower.
Pair this activity with a sunflower dissection to learn more about the different parts that make up a sunflower!
Downloadable Coloring Pages
Pair these coloring sheets with a few sunflower activities or books about sunflowers. Young children will enjoy Eve Bunting's book the Sunflower House.
S is for Sunflower
A great way to practice fine motor skills and handwriting, the next few sheets are designed for young children.
Let them color in the white pictures with bright yellows to create realistic sunflowers. Or let them get creative an use any color they like to make a unique creation.
Draw the Sunflower Field
Young children love creating line art and drawing lines. For this next coloring page, your kids can draw the sunflower leaves and stems. A great way for young kids to practice making their own art.
Even older kids will enjoy creating their own sunflower picture. Ideas for how to decorate this page:
- Draw stems and leaves
- Add the word sunflower in script
- Write a poem about sunflowers
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only in your home or classroom. They are designed to be a tool that can be used for early learning success. All of these free sunflower coloring pages are for non-commercial use. Have questions, send me an email at julie(at)natureinspiredlearning(dot)com