Filling the spring landscape with their vibrant colors, tulips are beautiful flowers. Color your own with these free tulip coloring sheets for adults and kids of all ages!
Pops of pink, yellow, purple, and even white, tulips are a welcome sign of spring after the long winter. You and your kids can use your favorite colors to decorate these free coloring pages.
I like to print off a few sheets and have them on hand for an easy low prep activity. You can even pack a few in the car along with some coloring supplies.
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Coloring is a fun way to practice fine motor skills and color recognition. Get creative and swap out the crayons for some watercolor paints. Paint each of the tulips to resemble ones you spot outside!
How to Print
- Simply click on the button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- Download then print using your home printer
You can use regular printer paper or cardstock. If coloring using paint, heavy weight paper makes a great base for these printable sheets.
Pictures of Tulips to Color
Why color just one tulip when you can decorate a whole bouquet of tulips! Many people mark special occasions with these beautiful flowers. You can color them in all the same color, or make your own rainbow bouquet.
Have you observed a tulip in full bloom? The inside of the flower petals are beautiful colors and often have different colors near the center of the flower.
Decorate this open tulip using bright pinks, purples, or even yellows! A fun way to use this sheet is to print off more than one and color them each a different way!
Fun Fact: if you want tulips to come up in the spring, plant the bulbs during the autumn moths. Once the weather warms in the later winter, tulips will emerge from the soil.
There are many different species of tulips. Petals can be single, double, ruffled, or even pointy shaped. (source) Depending on the variety will determine when they bloom and how tall they grow.
The sheet above has three tulips with their petals open. They appear to be dancing in the breeze on a warm spring day.
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All lined up, the printable below features five tulips in a row. Young children can count each of the blooms and leaves. Color them all the same color or make each one different.
Big, bold, and bright the two blooming flowers on this sheet are pointing up towards the sky. Fine point marks, colored pencils, or even water color paints are all fun ways to color in this sheet!
Coloring pages also make wonderful gifts. Decorate using your favorite art supplies then give them away to friends and loved ones. Sometimes the simplest gifts make the biggest impact.
Color and write pages are perfect for younger children who are practicing their letters. Why not decorate this pretty page while writing upper case and lower case T for tulip.
Additional designs can be added into the white spaces on the sheet. Bubble bees, butterflies, or even a blue sky can be drawn to go along with the two blooming flowers.
A fun way to enjoy these tulip coloring sheets is to color them outside. There are so many wonderful ways to enjoy the growing season.
- Cheerful Daffodil coloring pages perfect for spring
- Realistic Dragonflies to Print and Color
When learning about flowers and springtime with your kids, these Children's Books that Celebrate Spring are beautifully illustrated books for kids.
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These free tulip coloring pages were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these flower coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com