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Painting Coloring Page

Let’s paint! Choosing colors, playing with them, and trying new color combinations, everything about painting sounds fun! Try this Painting Coloring Page and make your own palette of goodness!

Painting Coloring Page

Let’s Color the Painting Coloring Sheet

Be a great artist! What are your favorite colors and what do you like to paint with them? A beautiful scenery, your favorite food, or your favorite toy? Share it with us! You can also play with colors. Make some color combinations that you haven’t seen before. Try it!

How to Use the Painting Coloring Page

There are a lot of ways to use the painting coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:

  • Have a fun and engaging unit study about painters and their famous paintings using this coloring sheet.
  • Use the painting coloring sheet when you want to reduce screen time and increase creativity and coloring time.
  • Use the paint coloring sheet as part of your study about colors. Fill it with different colors and let them identify what color it is.
  • Use it as a writing prompt! What are their favorite colors? What they would like to paint?
  • Use the finished coloring pages to decorate your classroom bulletin board! Have students write their name and something they love about art in the center! This could be great for art teachers!
Painting Coloring Page

What to Use with This Coloring Page

You are the artist and these are your tools! What colors will you include with this artist’s palette? Will you fill it with different shades of one color or do you prefer having more colors? The decision is yours, our beloved artist. You can also add a canvas in the background and paint it in!

While we encourage you to use the coloring tools you like best, here are some of our favorites and those we used to color in our own painting coloring sheet.

  1. Acrylic Paints – Have a fun experience using acrylic paints and get the feeling of being a true artist!
  2. Watercolors – We love using watercolors with this one! Simply print the page out on heavy cardstock and break out the paints. You might even try watercolor pencils – they are awesome!

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