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Printable Flower Coloring Pages

Flower coloring pages teach about science and nature in fun and visual ways. These flower coloring pages teach kids flower anatomy, and introduces them to different kinds of flowers, such as the chrysanthemum and the iris. In addition to lessons in science, kids can learn state geography through our state flowers coloring pages. And adding color to these beautiful floral images is a great way to build fine motor skills. Plus, floral coloring pages make for wonderful wall art that can make kids proud.

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Ooo lolly! Feast your eyes on these Valentine ideas. Once you're done creating you'll have Valentines that are as tasty as they are adorable.
Holiday
First Grade
This delicate flower has a name that doesn't really seem to match up with its pretty petals. Why do you think Montana's state flower is called the bitterroot?
Places
Nature
California's state flower is the California poppy -- seems pretty appropriate, right? Add some color to this page to make this pretty poppy really pop!
Nature
First Grade
These gorgeous flowers in this blooming flowers coloring page are missing just one thing: some pretty colors to make them pop!
Nature
Kindergarten
Is the state flower of Minnesota a flower or a shoe? With a name like pink and white lady's slipper, it can be hard to tell!
Places
Nature
A trio of smiling flowers are featured on this page, but they need some color to really bloom. Can your child pull out his watercolors and brighten them up?
Color by Number
Preschool
Your preschooler will get some counting practice as she colors. Counting flowers and petals can help reinforce what she knows and boost confidence with numbers.
Nature
Preschool
Spring is on the way with flowers trumpeting the return of sunshine. Explore this diagram of the calla lily and color it in too!
Nature
First Grade
How delicious do you think this pretty rose would smell? Color in New York's state flower as you imagine exactly what it would smell like.
Places
Nature
Red clover, red clover, send ... Wait, that's not right. Use your crayons to color in Vermont's state flower (and not the game that it rhymes with).
Places
Nature
Every state has its own flower, and Colorado choose the beautiful columbine. Color these pretty petals lavender. What do you think the columbine smells like?
Places
Nature

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