Kids can colour in the butterflies scene on this lovely colouring card and give it to someone special...
Butterfly Colouring Pages
Here are some printable butterfly colouring pages - one simple colouring page that can be coloured in as is, or used as an outline for adding detail, and another showing a girl catching butterflies with plenty of detail for older kids.
This is a lovely colouring page for older children, who will enjoy colouring in all the details on the two butterflies.
Butterflies are a true wonder of nature, and you can make this one even more fantastic by colouring it in with some colourful pens or crayons and making it bright and beautiful!
We have quite a few pretty butterfly colouring pages to choose from just like this one, so why not colour in a few different butterflies then display them together?
This fancy butterfly looks quite pretty already, but it'll look even better once the kids have used some bright crayons or pens to colour it in!
Butterflies make a perfect subject for colouring pages, as they're so beautiful and colourful in real life - and the kids can use lots of different colours on this butterfly colouring page.
This colouring page illustrates the life cycle of a butterfly, starting with eggs on the left and progressing through larva / caterpillar and chrysalis.
Before children colour in our butterfly they have the added challenge of tracing the dotty lines on our cute butterfly tracing page.
This catching butterflies colouring card feels full of the joys of summer making it perfect for a summer birthday.
Encourage the kids to let their imagination go wild with this design a butterfly colouring page - or use the blank to study real butterflies and capture their markings.
We've provided the outlines of lots of pretty butterflies. Now all the kids need to do is draw on some symmetrical designs and then colour them in!
These lovely outlines - of a bird and butterfly - are excellent for doodling around! Younger children could choose one pattern for the inside and another for the background, while older kids can sub-divide the shapes and get as intricate as they like.