Three Flowers Coloring Page
Everything is coming up roses….or in this case, tulips! Get ready for some flower fun with this three flowers coloring page printable!
Let’s Color the Three Flowers Coloring Sheet
We’re not even going to try and deny it, we love flowers. Big flowers, little flowers, smelly flowers, flowers without a smell….if there’s a flower, we’re enamored. This three flowers coloring page features a trio of pretty flowers that are just waiting to be colored. They can all be colored the same or made into three unique blossoms. Either way, they’re sure to make the say a bit sweeter!
How to Use the Three Flowers Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use the flower coloring page but here are some of our favorites:
- Create a collage! Color the flowers and then glue small scraps of tissue paper on top to create more of a 3D effect.
- Use the coloring sheet when doing a unit study on flowers, spring, or summer.
- Use the coloring page as part of your alphabet study. It’s perfect for the letter F and can be added to your alphabet coloring fun.
- The three flowers coloring sheet can be used as a writing prompt! What do the flowers smell like, look like, or feel like? Why are there only three?
- Ask kids to color their page and add a background. What type of background will the three flowers sit upon? Will it be an open field? Perhaps a city sidewalk or traffic median? Watch their creativity soar with this exercise!
- Color it after reading a book about different types of flowers.
- Use it before or after a field trip to a local garden or flower field.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
Flowers come in all shapes and sizes and colors. That means that no matter how you color the flowers, chances are that there’s a flower out there that might be similar. So go wild, try something new, color the flowers how you want them to be!
While we encourage you to use the coloring tools that you like best, here are some of our favorites and the ones that we used to color in our own flower coloring page.
- Colored Pencils – We used sharp colored pencils with this page because we wanted to outline the flowers first and then color them in.
- Crayons – Since one team member was hogging the colored pencils…we also broke out the crayons and colored the flowers in that way. Both ways looked great so choose whatever works best for you.