We hope your little one will enjoy bringing these spring color by number pages to life.
When I think spring, I think of the gorgeous flowers: the tulips, daffodils, lilies of the valley and ranunculus (my all-time favorite). The springtime color palette is spectacular, with transitions from soft delicate pastels to more fresh and vibrant hues of the rainbow.
What colors do you think of during spring?
We really encourage you to try a different art medium other than the traditional crayon or colored pencil. For this collection, why not try watercolors or even oil pastels for kids? There are some great and inexpensive beginner pastel sets on the market that are so fun for kids to use.
These color by number pages are a bit more challenging than standard coloring pages, because kiddos use a key / legend to find out which color they will use in which area of the drawing. Each activity page in this collection slightly disguises the image so that your child can use colors to reveal a lovely spring floral motif. Each page uses between 3 and 5 colors, and some are more complicated than others.
Spring Color by Number Pages
If your youngster is into unveiling hidden images, you might also like the spring and Easter mystery pictures grid coloring pages.