This math worksheet features bright vegetables for your budding math whiz to count up. This exercise lets her get creative with coloring with a chart.
…I’m known as the Garden State, one of the original 13 colonies….
…As they color it in, kids can watch their garden grow!…
…Hint: Try cutting out this illustration to use it as a garden marker for your new onion plant. gardening, plants, vegetables, coloring, onions…
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This field coloring page features a garden that’s bursting with beautiful flowers of all shapes and sizes
This mystery state coloring page features North Dakota, also known as the Peace Garden State.
Color the asparagus and learn more about how to plant this terrific vegetable in your garden.
This springtime garden scene needs some brightening, and your child can help!
Then color it in to finish the job, making the garden bloom with beauty!
…Hint: Try cutting out this illustration to use it as a garden marker for your new plant….
This flower garden coloring page is packed with cute crawlies: fluttering butterflies, buzzing bees, and tiny creeping caterpillars.
…Hint: Try cutting out this illustration to use it as a garden marker for your new carrot plant. gardening, plants, vegetables, coloring, carrots,…
It’s a springtime scene in this coloring page of a pig in his garden paradise; great practice for coloring inside the lines!
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Alice might like this mandala: an array of pansies and daisies, just like the ones that spoke to her in the garden.
…Can you help him out by filling in the garden labels with each vegetable name?…
…Hint: Try cutting out this illustration to use it as a garden marker for your new watermelon plant. gardening, plants, fruits, coloring, watermelon…
It features a beautiful garden path surrounded by fluttery butterflies and blooming flowers.
Garden coloring pages are great for your kids who have a green thumb! They can use coloring pages to come up with new ideas for their own gardens at home. Even if your kids don’t have a garden to plant in themselves, now they can create their own beautiful garden to have.
Featuring a watering can, trowel, seed packets, and lots of potted plants, this coloring page will show your child the basic supplies needed to garden.