Spring has sprung! Get into the spirit of this time of growth, rebirth, and renewal by coloring one of these free spring coloring pages for kids.
What pictures best represent the spring season? You could color a whole flower garden of daffodils, daisies, dogwood, and dandelions.
Then, too, are the creatures that wake up from winter's long sleep to enjoy the garden - caterpillars that become butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, frogs, snails, and rabbits.
You will also find pictures inspired by spring celebrations, including St. Patrick's day, Mardi Gras, and Cinco de Mayo.
If you enjoyed Free Spring Coloring Pages for Kids, check out Free Plant Coloring Pages for Kids for more coloring fun!
You can download these coloring sheets, print them out, and color them by hand, you can do so digitally, right on your computer screen!
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive Cartoon Frog coloring page. Experiment with unique color combinations and see which one looks the best!
In addition to the usual printable coloring pages, we also have online coloring available for every coloring sheet in this post!
Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.
Free Printable Spring Coloring Pages
Cartoon Bee Coloring Sheet
Buzz, buzz! You don't have to be afraid of this cute cartoon bee. He's just here for the flowers! Don't forget to print and color some.
Cartoon Butterfly Coloring Sheet
This detailed butterfly is yours to color and make your own. Will you give her orange and black wings like a monarch butterfly? Or will you create an entirely new species?
Daisy Flower Coloring Sheet
Daisies are a favorite spring flower. You can make this one a traditional daisy with a yellow center and white petals; a black-eyed Susan with a brown center and yellow petals; or, get creative and invent a flower of your own!
Dogwood Flower Coloring Sheet
Dogwood flowers grow on trees. Dogwoods come in pink, white, and pale yellow varieties - which color will you make yours?
Rainbow Coloring Sheet
When the sun comes out in the springtime, you might spot a rainbow on a rainy day. You can use the imaginary name ROY G. BIV to remember the order of the colors - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet.
Dove Coloring Sheet
Doves are a symbol of peace and a common sight at spring birdfeeders. Some doves are solid white, while others are grey or brown.
Cherry Blossoms Coloring Sheet
From Japan to the United States, cherry blossoms herald spring as one of the first flowers to bloom. Color yours white or classic pink.
Daffodil Coloring Sheet
Daffodils bloom in early spring. Their blossoms are often yellow, orange, white, or some combination of these colors. Some are even green or light pink!
Pot of Gold Coloring Sheet
Legend has it that there is a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow. You can show your friends that you've found the end of the rainbow when you color this page.
Skateboard Coloring Sheet
Spring is a great time to go outside and have fun! Use your crayons or markers to design your own custom skateboard.
Butterfly Garden Coloring Sheet
When flowers come out in the springtime, so do the butterflies. Breathe life into this "flying flower" with your markers or crayons.
The Sun Coloring Sheet
The spring sun chases away the winter's chill. Welcome the season when you color this smiling sun.
Cartoon Flowers Coloring Sheet
Did you color the smiling sun, above? Color these smiling cartoon flowers to create a perfectly matched set.
Dandelion Coloring Sheet
Do yellow dandelions dot your yard? This botanically correct coloring page is great for kids and adult artists.
Watering Can Coloring Sheet
Who will care for all the flowers you have colored? Now, you can! Color this watering can, cut it out, and get to work tending your cartoon garden.
Hummingbird Coloring Sheet
This hummingbird coloring page is great for beginners and for artists hoping to advance their skills. Pay careful attention to your shading to create a realistic masterpiece.
Cute Caterpillar Coloring Sheet
Will you make this cute caterpillar a solid color, or will his segments be the colors of the rainbow, like the Very Hungry Caterpillar?
Easy Cartoon Frog Coloring Sheet
This frog is smiling back at you! Make him even happier by restoring his color. Will he be a green backyard variety or a brightly-hued tropical species? The choice is yours.
Snail Coloring Sheet
Say hi to this garden snail as you color his body and snail. Most North American snails are brown, some with stripes. Will you color yours true to nature, or will you get creative with bright colors?
Tree Branch Coloring Sheet
In the spring, trees put forth bright green branches to welcome the season of warmth.
Rainbow for Kids Coloring Sheet
This picture is perfect for kids or kids at heart. Have fun coloring a field of flowers, butterflies, a rainbow, and the sun and clouds in the sky.
Tulip Coloring Sheet
Tulips are a harbinger of spring, sometimes poking through late snows. Tulips also come in many colors. Will you shade yours pink, white, orange, yellow, green, red, or some combination of colors?
Landscape Coloring Sheet
This coloring sheet captures a perfect spring day. As you color, you can imagine yourself relaxing on the boat, camping in the woods, or picking wildflowers on the hillside.
Bird Nest Coloring Sheet
Have you ever found a bird's nest in the spring? Color this one to document what you see. What color are the eggs - white, blue, or speckled? What about the nest itself? What did the birds use to build it?
Flower Garden Coloring Sheet
Why settle for color just one flower when you can color a whole garden? A friendly bee is there to keep you company along the way.
Mardi Gras Mask Coloring Sheet
Purple, green, and yellow are the traditional colors of Mardi Gras, but many people wear masks to match their costumes or outfits. What colors will your mask be?
Shamrock Coloring Sheet
Shamrocks or clovers are often green, green and white, or even purple. What type of shamrock will you color?
Magnolia Flowers Coloring Sheet
Magnolia trees are covered with large white or pink flowers in the spring. Which variety will you color?
Hydrangea Flower Coloring Sheet
Hydrangea flowers usually come in shades of blue, pink, purple, white, or green. Which colors will you use to shade your flower coloring page?
Cinco de Mayo Coloring Sheet
Cinco de Mayo or May 5 is a holiday in Mexico celebrating independence. Color this sombrero and these maracas to get into a festive mood.
Lily Coloring Sheet
Lilies are large, brilliantly colored spring flowers. They come in white, pink, orange, red, yellow, and many combinations of colors. What striking colors will you use to shade this lily?
Flower Bouquet Coloring Sheet
How many flowers have you colored today? Why not color a whole bouquet? This flower arrangement includes daisies and tulips.
Bunny Coloring Sheet
There is nothing cuter than a bunny rabbit scampering through the garden. Will you shade your bunny white, brown, black, or some other color?
Leprechaun Coloring Sheet
Leprechauns are a symbol of St. Patrick's Day. Can you give this mischievous spirit a red beard and green clothing?
Spring Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
Which of these spring scenes was your favorite picture to color? And, what will you do with your finished coloring sheets?
You can add bright spring colors to your room by hanging them on the wall! You could even color and cut out the images of flowers and animals to create a verdant garden indoors.
If Free Spring Coloring Pages for Kids were your thing, you'll love Free Summer Coloring Pages for Kids too.