These flower coloring pages are especially popular in the spring as tulips, daisies, and roses are starting to display their beauty to gardens everywhere. Be sure to check out all of the free coloring pages we have for all your child's coloring needs.
Once you find the flowers coloring pages you're looking for:
1) Select Print on your browser for the flower coloring pages you want for your child. Select the full page option.
2) When you have completed printing the flower coloring pages, close the windows.
3) Sit your child down with their favorite coloring tools, and get started! Make sure you print out extra copies of each flower, in case there's a mistake or a desire to color more than one of the same flower.
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Tips for Helping Your Child Learn to Love Art
Whether your child is a skilled artist or not, helping them learn to love art is important to ensuring they grow up as a well-rounded person. Here are some tips to help them learn to love art at a young age:
Expose your child to arts and crafts at a young age. By familiarizing your child with simple arts and crafts at a young age, they'll be more likely to develop and maintain a love of art as they grow. You'll definitely need to help them for a while, since they won't have the fine motor skills they need to properly handle a lot of crafts supplies. But they can color and draw from the time they're in preschool, and as they grow older they'll be able to do more and more on their own.
Let them explore their creativity. Every child has their own distinct imagination. By encouraging your child to explore their creativity, you'll allow them to find what they love about art. A child who loves doing art will take initiative to make it. If you force your child to only make certain types of crafts or to only draw certain types of things, they'll learn to see art as a chore instead of a fun thing to do.
Be patient. Your child's art skills won't develop overnight! Art skills take years to fully develop. Your child will always be learning and growing, discovering new abilities and improving upon existing ones. Encourage your child to learn at their own pace. Don't allow them to compare themselves to other children. Competition is good, but your child should understand that everyone grows at their own pace. If your child becomes obsessed with being as good as those around them, they'll grow frustrated and won't enjoy making art as they should.
Keep a variety of supplies on hand. By keeping different art supplies on hand, you'll give your child the ability to explore different types of art. From painting to drawing to sculpting, your child should have the opportunity to explore it all. You don't need to run an art store out of your house, but try to provide a variety of tools for your child to make art with. Paintbrushes, watercolors, sponge painting supplies, felt, scissors, construction paper, clay, popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, and markers are all some of the art supplies you should have available for your child.