Tree Coloring Pages
Are you looking to get some tree coloring pages for your children? Well, I've got you covered. This post has around 17 tree coloring pages all free and only tek a few clicks to be printed on your own. Just make sure that you will only use them for personal use. These tree coloring pages are a great way to teach your children to love trees. You know, they help us a lot, keeping the earth inhabitable by producing oxygen. Bets of all, they do it by absorbing carbon dioxide.
Anyway, these coloring pages are perfect for young learners since they're very simple and easy. I'd say kids age 3-5 will find them very appealing. Some of the trees are completely blank which leaves a lot of room for your children to put their artistic touch, in addition to coloring it. Most of them, however, are already elaborated and simply requires the coloring. Just click the one you like and you'll get to see it in full resolution. After that, you can decide whether to keep it for print later or look for better images. There are more fun coloring pages that you can explore, you see.
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Tree Coloring Pages
Fun Facts about Trees
- The tallest species of trees in the world include the Coast Redwood, Giant Sequoia, Coast Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce and Australian Mountain Ash. The Giant Sequoia is not only tall, it is also wide. Because of its amazing size, some believe that the Giant Sequoia is the largest living organism in the world!
- The roots of a tree usually grow underground, helping keep it stable and providing it with water and important nutrients. Water and nutrients travel up the tree trunk, through the branches and all the way out to the leaves.
- The acorns of oak trees (which don’t usually appear until the tree is around 40 years old) are food for dozens of species, including wild boar (and now more commonly pigs), jays, pigeons, pheasants, ducks, squirrels, mice, badgers, and deer.
- When lost, it is possible to use trees to assist you in navigation. In northern temperate climates, moss will grow on the northern side of the tree trunk, where it is shadier.
- A single tree produces approximately 260 pounds of oxygen per year. That means two mature trees can supply enough oxygen annually to support a family of four!
- An average American uses about 750 pounds of paper every year, and 95% of homes are built using wood. That means each person uses the equivalent of one 100 foot tall, 16 inch diameter, tree every year for their paper and wood product needs.