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My spring flowers coloring page has tulips, hyacinths, daisies, daffodils and other flowers to bring joy to you and your friends.
Spring brings fresh breezes and glorious flowers. Just thinking of them makes me happy. Remember: April showers bring May flowers.
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I also have rose coloring pages.
See loads of geometric flowers here.
Kids and adults love spring flowers! They make us happy because they're such fun shapes and pretty colors. Flowers are like surprises in the garden.
Plan your colors ahead of time so you can have nicely colored flowers and foliage.
I like to start with the light colors first. If I color the whites and yellows and light pinks before adding deep purples and greens, my light crayons or paints will not drag the dark colors into my flowers.
Lilies, daisies, tulips and geometric flowers can be colored most any color. Hyacinths are usually pink or purple. Magnolias are usually pale pink and white. Narcissus and daffodils are usually yellows and oranges, but I have seen some with pink and white. Irises are usually shades of purple, but there are other colors, too.
The leaves and grass or background can be different colors of green. I think that this is important for kids to learn so they are not disappointed when the background hides the details they put in the foliage.
I'd sort out any non-flower colors for preschoolers and kindergartners. My mom hid my black crayon for years. I remember some kids were disappointed with their brown flowers when everyone else had pinks, yellows, reds and purples. Older kids in first and second grade have a better idea of which colors to use.
Teachers, Moms and Dads, if you color a picture beautifully your children will be able to use your model to color their pictures well. This is especially helpful for preschool and kindergarten kids.
By the time kids are in first and second grade, they have a better idea of colors; although they still appreciate good suggestions. Usually.
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