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5 Free Summer Coloring Pages & Printables

2020-07-16 by Melissa & Doug
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Kids (and adults) of all ages will enjoy the simplicity and relaxation of coloring different summer scenes, including pictures of sea turtles, mermaids, soccer players, sunflowers, and more. As your kids color each scene, talk to them about what they see in the pictures, what sounds the animals or people make, and where they live. This can be a nice activity to use creativity and learn something new!

1. One Traveling Turtle

Directions: Color the scene and tell a story about what is happening!

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2. Two Magical Mermaids

Directions: Color the scene, count the fish, plants, and bubbles, and tell a story about what is happening!

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3. Three Singing Sunflowers

Directions: Color the scene, count the flowers, birds, and ladybugs, and tell a story about what is happening!

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4. Four Speedy Soccer Players

Directions: Color the scene and tell a story about what is happening!

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5. Five Sandy Seashells

Directions: Color the scene, count the clouds, birds, and waves, and tell a story about what is happening!

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Click here to print all 5 summer scenes coloring printables at once!

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