This printable tree coloring page features a cotton tree. The cotton tree is a tropical tree belonging to the Malvaceae family and Malvales order. It is native to South America, Mexico, and Central America. Let’s share an interesting cotton tree fact with you. The cotton tree is the symbol of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. The tree became a symbol after the African American slaves settled in the modern Freetown by fighting the American War of Independence. The slaves landed on the shore and walked to a cotton tree above the bay. They held a thanksgiving service near the tree to thank God for the free land.
The wild oak tree is the most majestic of all the trees in the eastern hardwoods. It is also renowned to have the best all-purpose wood. Its wood is used to make kitchen cabinets, barrels, furniture, flooring, and kitchen cabinet. The acorns borne on the wild oak tree are a valuable source of food for the wildlife. More than 170 different kinds of mammals and birds use acorn as food. But this tree is missing a few acorns. We think that children have picked the fallen acorns from the ground. Since it’s not featured on the coloring page, you can ask your kid to draw it. It will bring life to this image.
Are you planning a trip to the Joshua Tree National Park in California? This coloring page will make a fun activity to keep the children busy during the ride to the park. Technically, Joshua trees are not trees. They are plants belonging to the Yucca genus. And it looks like something out of a children’s fable. Joshua trees are also fast growers. They grow at an average of 3 inches per year in the first ten years. You will find these trees in the desert of the southwestern Nevada and southeastern California. Have your kid draw a desert scene and blazing sun for the backdrop. It will go great with this picture.
Introduce your child to the plant that bears the nutritious and delicious fruit- apple. The apple tree is a deciduous tree belonging to the Malus genus. The tree grows up to 4.6 meters in cultivation and 12 meters in wild. The dark green oval leaves with serrated margins are neatly arranged. The apple trees originated in the Central Asia and spread throughout the word thereafter. There are a whopping 7500 cultivars of apples, each bred for various uses and distinct taste. Even the fruit holds significance in Norse and Greek cultures. Advise your child to use contrasting colors to make this coloring page of a tree stand out.
Recommended Articles:25 Beautiful Flowers Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love To ColorTop 10 Coral Coloring Pages For Toddler10 Pretty Daisy Coloring Pages For Toddlers10 Beautiful Lily Coloring Pages For Your Little Girl25 Beautiful Rose Coloring Pages For Your Little Girl
Here’s a tree coloring pictures depicting the divinity of Lord Jesus. The coloring page shows a man climbing a tree just to get a glimpse of Jesus. When Jesus passed through Jericho, hundreds of people came forward to get his blessing. But Zacchaeus, a wealthy tax collector was too short to see Him through the crowd. So he climbed a fig, sycamore tree just to see Jesus as it would give him a better view. Jesus then spots Zacchaeus and addresses him by his name. He then tells him to come down and invites himself to Zacchaeus house, leaving the crowd shocked.
Does your child love climbing trees? Then introduce him to the bald cypress tree through our coloring pages. You’ll find the bald cypress trees standing tall in swamps and along the banks of creeks. These trees have a habit of raising conical knees from its roots. The function of these peculiar knees is still a mystery with the botanist, but some believe that it helps the roots get oxygen. The bald cypress is a large tree and reaches around 44 meters in height. It has a trunk diameter of 3 meters. Even the leaves of the bald cypress trees look exquisite arranged spirally.
This maple tree looks beautiful, full of leaves. But it will fall off once autumn arrives. So tell your child to color this maple as soon as possible. The beautiful orange leaves of the maple tree make it a favorite for the landscapes. The leaf of the maple tree also appears on Canada’s flag. And the sugar maple tree sap is the strength of a favorite syrup industry. The wood of the maple tree is valued for furniture, flooring, furniture and many other products. Take out sometime and explain to your child about how maple leaves change its color during the fall and ask him what he thinks about it.
This coloring page features a huge banyan tree. There’s also a trivia at the bottom of the page. The banyan tree is a large tree that grows up to 100 feet tall and 600 feet in diameter. A fig starts its life as an epiphyte and grows up to become a huge tree. The tree sends out its aerial shots from the branches that grow until they reach the soil and get hold of the root. Even a single banyan tree looks like a forest. Yes, it’s that lush. There’s a species of the banyan tree in Sri Lanka has more than 300 trunks and over 3000 small trunks. This coloring page will strike a sense of adventure while doing a bit of nature learning.
Here’s Dora introducing your child to the palm tree. It looks like she discovered a new species of the palm tree during an expedition. The palm tree is one of the most widely planted trees, belonging to the Arecaceae family. Most of the people believe that there are just two types of the palm tree- coconut palm and date palm. But there are more than 2600 species of palm trees, most of them thriving in places with tropical, subtropical and temperate climates. These trees held a very prominent role in many cultures throughout the human history. In ancient times, palm trees were a symbol of fertility, peace and victory. Today, these trees are symbols of the vacation and the tropics.
Trees are one of the most sought after coloring page topics. They are a brilliant way to teach children about the various families and species of trees and make them aware of the environment and nature. It also helps children appreciate the beauty around us. Here is a collection of 25 magnificent tree coloring sheets suitable for kids of all ages.
The tree you see here is no ordinary tree. It’s Celtic Tree Of life. As you can see on the coloring page, the tree has branches reaching upwards and roots spreading to the earth. The tree symbolizes Druid’s belief in the link between heaven and earth. Let’s get into some details. The trees were a very important aspect of the Celtic culture. The natives believed that trees were the ancestors of humans and had a divine connection with the other world. They provided food, shelter and warmth through the firewood. They also provided shelter to animals, insects and birds. The Druids would also hold their classes under the trees. Oak was the most sacred tree of the Druids.
This coloring page will help your kid learn his alphabets in a fun way. It features a T for Tree coloring page. The coloring page will help the children learn to write the word ‘tree’ and trace the upper and lower case T. Then tell him to bring out his green and brown crayons and color the simple outlined image here. Allow your preschooler to decide what type of tree is in this coloring page. Do you know that there is a special day that celebrates the birthday of the trees? Yes, the Jewish holiday Tu B’Shevat and several other cultures celebrate a tree’s birthday. Isn’t that thoughtful?
The coconut palm tree belongs to the Arecaceae family. This large palm tree grows up to 30 meters tall with just leaves being 4 to 6 meters long. The coconut tree belongs to the monocotyledons class of flowering plants. There are about 150 species of coconut trees found in 80 different countries. The coconut tree can grow only in the tropical regions. It thrives best in sandy soil and requires regular rainfall and sunlight. A coconut tree can be tall or dwarf. A dwarf coconut reaches up to 60 feet height while tall coconut trees can grow up to 98 feet. Tell him to make a small island around the coconut tree. Your child will even imagine himself on a beach while doing his favorite activity.
2) Click on the coloring page image in the bottom half of the screen to make that frame active. Then click the print button in your browser to print the active frame.
There is nothing more beautiful and powerful than nature. The beautiful mountains covered with trees look spectacular, so do the dew covered leaves of the trees. So, what is the most effective and enjoyable way to teach children about various types of trees found all over the globe? Well, it’s coloring pages!
Our extensive collection of printable tree coloring pages is ideal for educational projects, nature studies and holiday activities like Earth Day, Arbor Day or a forest themed party. Pick any of these tree coloring pages and your children are sure to have a gala time with them. And go tree hunting with your son this weekend. We guarantee that you’ll have a tremendous time.
Apple Tree Bald Cypress Tree Banyan Tree Bare Tree Celtic Tree Of Life Christmas Tree Coconut Tree Dora Beside A Palm Tree Fall Tree Joshua Tree Kapok Tree Mango Tree Pine Tree Simple Tree Spring Tree T For Tree Wild Oak Tree Banana Tree Cotton Tree Elm Redwood Tree Trees We Plant Trees On Arbor Day Jesus Tree Maple Tree
Do you know where the soft and delicious fruit, banana comes from? They grow on small sized plants, just as you can see in this tree pictures to color. Most of the people mistake a banana plant for the banana tree because of its tall and sturdy structure and a trunk. But what appears as a trunk is in reality a pseudo stem. It has large, leaves composed of a stalk and a blade. These plants grow on a broad range of soils and make a beautiful sight with their fluorescent green fruits. Let’s even tell you how the fruit develops. The banana fruit grows from the banana hearts that hang in clusters from the plant.
Self expression Color recognition Therapy Building motor skills Focus
What comes to your mind when you think of Santa Cruz, California? Most of you would answer the stunning beach town near the mountains laden with the redwood forest. Redwood trees have graced the planet for more than 150 million years. It is the tallest known tree in the world. These trees are nature’s natural skyscrapers. These trees grow about 9 meters in diameter and 76 meters in height. The tallest existing redwood tree is 1119 meters. These trees have small green leaves that are arranged in spirals. These trees are also the fastest growing conifer in the world. And are adaptable to some environmental conditions. Have you ever scaled a redwood tree?
How beautiful does the springtime tree look? This smiling spring tree is bursting with flowers. We feel that it’s a cherry blossom tree as this tree blooms every spring. What do you think? Ask your kid to name some of the spring blooming trees, and see what he answers. A real flower doesn’t last for more than a week, but these flowers will stay with your child forever. And look at the lovely butterfly flying near it? Isn’t it looking gorgeous? This tree color page, very effectively, evokes the fun and excitement of spring.
Here is a beautiful tree coloring sheet of a well decorated Christmas tree. It’s the perfect coloring page to paint on a Christmas Eve while waiting for Santa Claus. We even loved the detailing of the image, particularly the tiny presents. The Christmas tree is full of decorations and ornaments, but it needs some color to shine at its best. What color do you think will go best with this picture? We’d suggest you opt for Christmassy colors like gold, silver, red, green, blue and orange. You can even paint the image online and print on a card stock paper to use as a greeting or invitation card. What say?
This fall tree coloring sheet will have your child breaking out his orange, red and yellow color pencils. Autumn or fall is one of the most fantastic times of the year. It is the season of feasts, festival and celebrations. Our fall tree coloring page is a colorful way to teach children about the change of seasons. As the days get short, the trees shed their leaves to prepare themselves for the harsh weather condition. The trees across the world present a spectacular display of the fall leaf colors. Only the deciduous trees shed leaves during autumn, not the evergreen trees. In this coloring page, the leaves have fallen off the tree, so the only thing left to do now is to add color.
Do you have an aspiring botanist in the house? Does he love observing different types of trees in the park, and are you looking for some tree coloring pages to fuel his curiosity? If you nodded along, then your search ends here!
Coloring pages are fun for children of all ages and are a great educational tool that helps children develop fine motor skills, creativity and color recognition!
DISCLAIMER: All images found here are believed to be in the “public domain”. We do not intend to infringe any legitimate intellectual right, artistic rights or copyright. All of the images displayed are of unknown origin.
If you are the rightful owner of any of the pictures/wallpapers posted here, and you do not want it to be displayed or if you require a suitable credit, then please contact us and we will immediately do whatever is needed either for the image to be removed or provide credit where it is due.
All the content of this site are free of charge and therefore we do not gain any financial benefit from the display or downloads of any images/wallpaper.
This coloring page features an elm tree. Elm is deciduous and semi-deciduous tree belonging to the Ulmaceae family. The tree flourishes and spreads over the Northern Hemisphere, inhabiting the tropical montane and temperate regions of Eurasia and North America. These trees are components of natural forests. There are over a forty species of elm trees, varying in size and appearance. The tree grows up to 30 meters and can live for more than 100 years. It has dark brown bark and hairy twigs. The leaves of elm tree are around 4 to 9 cm and round to oval shape.
Here’s a coloring page of a kapok tree. The kapok tree is a native to the tropical rainforest of the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. The name kapok refers to the cotton like thing obtained from the seed pods of the tree. Kapok is a majestic tree. It grows over 200 feet with a trunk diameter of 3 meters. The most striking feature of Kapok tree is its trunk, which expands 10 feet in diameter. The grooves and nooks of this tree are home to a diverse range of species including birds, frogs and bromeliads. Kapok tree also bears white and pink flowers, but they emit a very foul odor that attracts bats. These flying mammals move from flower to flower feasting on the nectar and transferring the pollen, thereby facilitation pollination.
Sahabi Names: 75 Best Male Sahaba Names For Baby Boys – February 22, 2018 Sahabiyat Names: 75 Sacred Female Sahaba Names For Baby Girls – February 20, 2018 65 Lord Rama Names For Baby Boy With Meanings – December 21, 2017
Here’s a pine tree coloring page for your little nature lover to color. Pine tree is native to the western United States. This wood provides acres of habitat to the wild animals. It’s also important to the local communities of the West. The wood from the pine tree is used to make utility poles, pulpwood, railroad ties and paneling posts. The tree is a familiar sight in the recreational and scenic areas. Tell your child to make an evening sky full of different colors, stars and beautiful landscape.
Oh, this bare tree is looking so dull and gloomy. We can even hear the winds whistling through the branches of this barren tree. It’s the kind of tree that you normally get to see in a horror film or during Halloween. Can you please ask your child to liven it up by using his coloring set? Trees usually shed all its leaves during the winter, especially in the tropical and subtropical regions. They continuously drop leaves and grow new ones. Talk with your child, the importance of preserving nature and the environment, while coloring.
Who does not love mangoes? Juicy and delicious mango appeals to kids of all ages. But does your child know from where this delicious fruit comes from? Teach him about it through our mango tree coloring page. The mango tree is a deep rooted, evergreen tree that attains a height of 900 feet and a width of 80 feet. The tree was once endemic only in the South Asia but later distributed worldwide to become one of the most cultivated fruits in both the tropics. Mango is also the national fruit of the Philippines, Pakistan, and India. Can your child count the number of mangoes on this coloring page? It will sharpen his mental math skills.
This coloring page features five of the most famous trees- pine, oak, elm, palm and maple trees. Share some fun facts about these trees like their scientific name or their fruits while your little one colors. Not all trees are beautiful and exquisite to look at, but they provide several important things that we need in our life, including shelter, fruits, food and most importantly oxygen. Do you know what a tree is called in Russian? It is called ‘derevo.’ Make your child spell and pronounce this word. Your kids will enjoy practicing spelling and phonics in a different language.
Here’s an easy peasy tree coloring page for young learners. The tree seems lush, but the image shows nothing. Encourage your child to stretch his creative mind and decide what color would look best for this tree. He can come up with his creation while decorating the page. He can even draw clusters of mangoes, acorns, apples or something unique! It will help build his critical thinking abilities and fine motor skills.
DLTK’s Arbor Day Activities including crafts and coloring pages
Arbor Day is a day on which the groups and individual plant and takes care of the trees. The day is observed during the spring, but the dates may vary, depending entirely on the climate and planting conditions. With this tree coloring sheet, you can also encourage him to plant a tree. Tell him how trees provide shade that keeps his home cool and how they reduce the cold winds in winter. Trees also conserve energy and reduce the heat-island effect. Tell him to plant the trees around schools, in parks and the urban areas. You can also acquaint him with the trees that may be native to your city or area.