10 Best Flute Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love

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Is there an aspiring pop star in your house? Does he like trying out various musical instruments? Are you looking for some wonderful flute coloring pages to encourage his interest in music? If you’ve said yes, then you should consider reading the post.

The flute is a musical instrument belonging to the woodwind family. It is one of the oldest man-made musical instruments, dating back to 43,000 to 80,000 years. There are two main varieties of flute- side blown flute and end-blown flute. Let your kids explore the different kinds of flutes, while boosting his motor skills!

10 Simple Flute Coloring Pages For Your Toddler:

1. A Schoolgirl Playing Flute:

The flute coloring page shows a student playing it. Almost every elementary school going kid gets a flute to play in her music class. Students usually get a recorder flute. A recorder flute is similar to the oboe, clarinet or a flute in appearance, but it is less expensive and a lot easier to play. A recorder flute is mainly black in color, but children can give it any color they like.

2. Fife:

A fife is a small, high-pitched flute that is similar to Piccolo in appearance. A fife may look small, but do not make the mistake of underestimating its power. The fife is commonly used for marching bands and military drills because of its sheer power and high-pitched sound. A Fife consists of six finger holes, but some even have 10 to 11 holes.

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3. Modern Bass Flute:

Here’s a realistic modern base flute coloring sheet. A modern base flute is something that you will often see in American or European concerts. The modern base flute is the largest of all the modern flutes. It is in the key of C and is pitched two octaves lower.

4. Roo Playing Flute:

How adorable does Roo look playing the flute? He will look even cuter if your child fills it with colors. Roo is Kanga’s energetic son. He is also Tigger’s best friend. Roo takes great joy in discovering small happiness in life but often gets into trouble while attempting something new.

5. Krishna Playing Flute:

Here’s a coloring image of Lord Krishna playing bansuri (flute). Lord Krishna is one of the prominent Gods in Hindu mythology. The hypnotizing sound of Lord Krishna’s sends reverberates with peace. Flute also symbolizes the supreme personality of Lord Krishna. Legends say that Krishna talked to Radha through the flute tunes.

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6. Native American Flute:

This is a Native American flute coloring sheet. The design of Native American flute is unique to North America. It is a two duct flute with a slow chamber at the end of the flute. The North American flute has a duct channel that conducts air from the chamber to the splitting edge.

7. Contra-Alto Flute:

This coloring sheet features a contra-alto flute, one of the largest instruments in the flute family. The flute is so large that has to be held vertically with the support of an adjustable floor peg. The contra-alto flute is in the G key, pitched an octave below the alto flute.

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8. Leprechaun Playing Flute:

Here’s a coloring page of a leprechaun playing flute. A leprechaun is a kind of male fairy according to Irish legend. He is a tiny, bearded man wearing a green coat and hat. The coloring page will also double as a St. Patrick’s Day greeting card. Children can write their messages on the blank space of the image. Make sure your child colors the clover frame too.

9. SpongeBob Playing Flute With His Nose:

This coloring pages of flute will keep your child giggling throughout his coloring session. It shows SpongeBob playing flute with his nose. We wonder what kind of music his nose must be producing. This coloring page will appeal to SpongeBob lovers. Children can also make a sea backdrop for the coloring image.

10. Mozart Playing Flute:

Here’s a coloring page of Wolfgang Mozart playing a flute. Mozart was an influential and prolific composer of the Classical Era and one of the greatest musicians of all time. He was extremely competent at playing the flute. Mozart showed his prodigious ability right from early childhood. He started composing at the age of five and even performed before the European royalty.

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We’re cent percent sure that your little music lover will have a gala time coloring these pages. Once he has finished, please share his creation with us. Does your child enjoy playing the flute? Tell us here.

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