10 Best George Washington Coloring Pages For Toddlers

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Do you want to teach your kid about American history, but want to make sure it’s fun? Are you searching for American Presidents coloring pages? If you are nodding along, then going through these George Washington coloring pages might help you.

Not every president was lucky to have a capital and a state named after him. One has to be truly accomplished to do something extraordinary. That is what George Washington exactly did. He did not just beat the British through the Revolutionary War, but also went on to become the first President of the United States of America.

Celebrate the presidential history of George Washington with our collection of coloring pages. The article includes memorable scenes and events from the life of the first President of America, including his battle with the British against the French in 1754 and his appointment in the Continental Army as the commander-in-chief.

Top 10 George Washington Coloring Pages For Your Little One

1. ”First In War, First In Peace, First In The Hearts Of The Countrymen”:

George Washington was not just the first, but also the greatest of all the American presidents. He was a sagacious man. When the French Revolution led to the war between England and France, Washington refused to accept the recommendations of either the Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton or the Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson. He opted for a neutral course.

2. Young George Washington:

Here is a sweet coloring page of George Washington when he was young. Here George is wondering which wood to cut. George Washington was born into a planter family. He would assist his father in cutting the rails. At the same time, he also learned the manners, morals and body of the knowledge that is requisite for an 18th-century gentleman of Virginia.

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3. Washington Sailing:

George Washington was an ambitious man. Right from 1759 to the American Revolution, George Washington took care of the land around Mount Vernon. He also served in the Virginia House of Burgesses. His dedication made him familiar with the officials.

4. Mr. President:

George Washington took the oath as the President of the United States on 30 April 1789. Washington soon realized that the nation was not functioning well under the Articles of Confederation. So he proposed the idea of establishment of the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia. With the ratification, the Electoral College unanimously elected him as the President of the United States.

5. Fondness For Horses:

George Washington was fond of horses. He rode a horse named ‘Old Nelson’ during the American Revolution. In his biography, he had mentioned that he owned other beautiful horses named “Roger Leo”, “Magnolia” and “Blueskin” among others. The coloring sheet is best suited for kids aged 12 and above.

6. Father Of Our Country:

Here is a neat George Washington coloring sheet with instructions to color. It also includes some trivia about George Washington’s life. The coloring image requires children to paint the eyes in blue and hair in brown. So make sure that your child follows the rule.

7. George Washington In His Youth:

George Washington had two main interests, military arts, and western expansion and that he pursued from a young age. At the age of 16, Washington helped to survey the Shenandoah lands for Lord Fairfax. Besides, he commissioned a lieutenant colonel in 1754 where he fought the first skirmishes of what grew into the Indian and French War.

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8. As The Army Officer:

George Washington was just 20 years old when he joined the Army of Virginia. During the assembly of the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia, the officials elected him as the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army. He took command of the badly trained troops and embarked upon a war that lasted six grueling years.

9. George Washington Nearing Retirement:

Here is a portrait of George Washington when he was nearing the retirement. George Washington was disappointed to see two different parties developing by the end of the first term. After a few days, he got weary of politics and retired at the end of his second term. During the Farewell Address, he asked his people to renounce excessive party spirit and the regional distinction. George Washington could enjoy only three years of his retirement at Mount Vernon. He died due to throat infection on December 14th, 1799. The nation mourned his death for months.

10. Mount Rushmore:

Mount Rushmore is one of the unique national symbols. It commemorates the first 150 years of the United States history. It includes sculptures of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson. The stunning Mount Rushmore took more than 14 years to complete.

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Our George Washington coloring pages printable are perfect to color while the President’s Day or any time your kid wants to color. You can also print out our coloring pages for your kid’s school project.

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