Colouring in these doodly sunflowers is the perfect mood-boosting activity...
Sunflower Colouring Pages
Hopefully you have lots of yellow crayons to add some bright and cheerful colour to our collection of sunflower colouring pages.
We have been spending quite a bit of time in our garden sorting out our little growing areas (we try to grow some vegetables each year as a learning activity) and we naturally started talking about plant life cycles.
Why not give a slightly different card this summer? Just print out our sunflower bouquet colouring card and grab the colouring pencils…
We've filled in the background of sunflower colouring card so that the kids can just concentrate on colouring in the flower itself. It makes a very pretty card to give in the summer months.
This sunflower colouring card is designed for older children, being something like a nature study drawing. Colour, fold, and give.
The lovely big sunflower on the front of this printable card is perfect for younger children to colour in. You could even cut a photo into a circular shape and stick it into the centre of the sunflower.
You know it is high summer when the sunflowers come out! Here's a pretty sunflower colouring page - for fun or nature study.
This sunflower colouring page is aimed at younger children but you can use it in many different ways. How about using it as a collage base and gluing sunflower seeds to the middle circle, and crumpled tissue paper to the petals and leaves? It works as a template for all sorts of craft projects.
Here's another version of our pretty sunflower colouring page, this time with the background filled in. And as we often enjoy sunflowers against a lovely summer blue sky, that's what you'll find on this printable page!
This lovely colouring page is perfect for younger children. Why not add some texture to the centre with scrunched up tissue paper, or perhaps by gluing on some real sunflower seeds?
This fun doodle page asks children to draw the sunflowers on top of the sunflower stalks before colouring in the picture! And to help them along, one little boy is imagining just what his prize-winning sunflower looks like...
It's incredible how a sunflower grows from a tiny seed to such a tall, majestic plant! We've drawn the entire lifecycle of these lovely flowers on one page for the kids to colour in. Choose from a ready-labelled version or a blank version which they can label themselves.
This set of 6 colouring pages covers the lifecycle of a sunflower plant. Once you've coloured them in they look great on classroom walls and displays. For an extra challenge, choose the blank set and label each phase of the lifecycle too.
Sometimes the background of a colouring project can be the intimidating part - which is how we came up with the idea of our colour pop colouring pages!