Spring offers kids a chance to color all kinds of different pictures. Spring coloring pages generally depict new growth of both plants and animals, people coming outside for play and pleasure, and families joining together for activities. In compiling this list of a total of over 125 spring coloring pages, I have had both the parent and the teacher in mind.
Simple Line Drawing Spring Coloring Pages
These line drawings contain some detail and shading to help youngsters create great spring coloring pages. The seven spring coloring pages include a mom and daughter gardening, a father and son flying a kite, flowers, bees, and a spring favorite, the early bird getting the worm.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Stained glass flowers
Lots of Spring Coloring Pages Geared toward School Children
The best part about these 7 alphabet-themed spring coloring pages is that they can be printed out as a coloring page, coloring poster, or handwriting worksheet page in cursive or block lettering. The simple themes of a daisy, flower, kite, leaf, umbrella, rainbow, and water also have activities that go with them. This website also offers links to other spring coloring pages such as birds, insects, the farm, and frogs. Geared toward preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary grades.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: The many different functions a coloring page can fill as stated above. Many great extras in each case. Also, water cycle coloring pages.
Spring Coloring Pages for a Coloring Book
These fifteen simple line drawings of spring would make a great coloring book for younger children. There’s a bird nest, a chicken and duck hatching, kite, and rabbit. A few spring coloring pages are connected with spring showers and include raindrops and umbrellas.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A spring flower pre-printing practice sheet and watering can connect-the-dots
Hedgie the Hedgehog Spring Coloring Pages
Six spring coloring pages feature Hedgie the hedgehog. These spring coloring pages are detailed and geared toward mid to upper elementary school level. They include coloring pages of Hedgie taking a spring bike ride and with his spring flowers or Easter eggs. Also included are happy mice, and a “happy spring” coloring page. Each can be printed in either JPG or PDF format.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: “Happy spring” coloring place mats
Perfect Spring Coloring Pages for Preschoolers
This website has a great selection of 25 spring coloring pages geared toward preschoolers. These simple line drawings feature lots of flowers, birds, a couple of umbrellas, and much more. There’s one coloring page with the word spring, but it’s a little jumbled up and covered with spring items too much for a preschooler to really discern the word, I think. The spring bouquet is really pretty, and if you have an advanced colorer, have them try coloring “wild flowers”, a slightly more complicated coloring page.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A seed package
Weather and Rain Spring Coloring Pages
Weather is featured in these 10 spring coloring pages. Here you will find a man jumping in puddles (no, it’s not Gene Kelly), a rather sad man in the rain with an umbrella, a happy raindrop (he must be among the ones dropping on the sad man’s head), and a rainbow. Also included are a couple of pictures of wind and a nice spring rain picture.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A pinwheel
Spring Coloring Pages Plus Games and Crafts
Besides seven spring coloring pages, there are also spring-related games and printable crafts. The coloring pages themselves feature a spring picnic, a garden, and Easter-related coloring pages. In one spring coloring page, a skunk and a squirrel stand on the back of a sleeping bear trying to get honey from a hive while a rabbit cheers them on. Whoever thought up that last one has an imagination running wild.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: An opossum and a raccoon playing tug-o-war with a fish instead of a rope
Twelve Spring Coloring Pages
Twelve fairly simple line drawings feature spring coloring pages such as flowers, a butterfly, a rabbit, a girl picking flowers, a bird’s nest, a kite, and a teddy bear. Don’t ask me what teddy bears have to do with spring, but there’s one here. Maybe it’s because he’s holding a flower, but that’s a stretch if you ask me. Also included is a nice small spring poster with a daffodil.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: A ladybug
Great Flower Spring Coloring Pages
With six general spring coloring pages and nine flower-related pages, this website offers spring coloring pages that are a little more detailed for older kids. Even so, the pages are simple line drawings and therefore suitable for kids of all ages. Spring coloring pages here include picking spring flowers, going out for a nice spring drive, watering a spring garden, and a spring fairy. The collection of nine flowers includes spring blossoms such as tulips, crocus, daffodils, and camellias. All have names beneath them – a great way for kids to start learning to recognize flowers.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Excellent group of nine spring flowers with names, plus a spring fairy.
Spring Coloring Pages with Activities
These 14 spring coloring pages are a little different from most I found, because they include spring activities such as tennis, roller skating, and picnicking. Birds and flowers accompany lambs and spring showers coloring pages. A sports car reminds us of the open road on a spring afternoon. These spring coloring pages are good conversation starters for you and your young ones.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Deck chair and sunglasses
Older Kids Will Enjoy These Spring Coloring Pages
This is one of the better sites with spring coloring pages for older kids. Even though these 17 coloring pages are still simple line drawings, there is more than one component to each page. Here you will find a bug jumping rope, kids dancing around a Maypole, a number of pictures with rainbows, butterfly, caterpillar, squirrels planting a garden, kite flying, and something you will probably never see in real life – a parade of three turtles. Actually, you probably won’t see most of these in real life.
What these spring coloring pages have that you won’t see anywhere else: Woman with a rainbow, hinting at Mother Earth giving birth to new life, spring animals in a hot air balloon
These websites will provide lots of spring coloring pages for your children to enjoy on all those spring rainy days. Happy coloring!