The world that we live in is a beautiful place. A lot of that beauty is due to the greenery and the flowers that surround us. Did you know that these beautiful and mesmerizing flowers that we are so attracted to are the reproductive structure in plants? The biological function of any plant is to provide a mechanism for reproduction. Scientists estimate that in total, there are almost 369,400 flowering plants in total.
Flowers are colorful. They are necessary as well as symbolic. Nowadays flowers are used commonly for decorations but many great poets such as Wordsworth and Donne have used flowers such as sunflowers, daffodils, roses, and others as symbols of tranquility, regeneration, love and more in their poems. There is a sense of peace and rebirth associated with it. The worksheet that we bring to you today aims at providing the tranquility that the flowering buds provide. Through the worksheets, students would learn a few facts regarding plants and enjoy coloring them.
Flower Coloring Practice Worksheets
Download and print these sheets. Ask your students to fill up their names, section, teacher’s name, and date in the area provided. The following exercises are coloring exercises that will help with building hand dexterity in young children.
Fun fact -1: Flowers didn’t exist from the beginning of the time. The first flowers appeared 140 million years ago.
Fun Fact-02: Years ago, Tulips were worth more than gold in value.
Fun Fact-03: The largest flower in the world is Rafflesia.
Fun Fact-04: There are some flowers that are carnivorous. Flowers such as Venus Flytraps and the Pitcher Plant are carnivorous.
Use this worksheet to introduce your students to the diverse world of plants. Leave it to them to fill it with color as you educate them about the different interesting facts about plants. Download and get started now!