Top 10 Lake Coloring Pages For Your Little Ones

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If your child likes going down to the lake, or if he is keen on water sports, you might want to help further his interest. And we here at Momjunction, have compiled a fantastic collection of lake coloring pages for kids. So, help your kid further his geographical interest in lakes, and boost his motor skills with our ten lake coloring pages for kids. Scroll down and check out our collection below.

Attractive Lake Coloring Pages

1. A Beautiful Lake:

Here’s a serene coloring image of a beautiful lake. Lakes may make less than 5% of the world’s total water supply, but they are extremely vital to animal and human life. Encourage your child to practice his or her drawing skills by adding some people or animals in the background.

2. Lake Superior:

This coloring page features Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes of North America. And if you go to the surface area, Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world. Wisconsin and Michigan share this large lake to the South, Minnesota to the west and Canada’s Ontario to the north. Lake Superior also contains around 10% of earth’s fresh surface water.

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3. Lake And Boat:

This lake and boat coloring page is aimed at younger kids. The coloring page has broad outlines that preschoolers do not face difficulty in filling the colors. This cute lake coloring page will go a long way strengthening your little artist’s fine motor skills and sparking her interest in nature’s habitats.

4. Tenaya Lake:

Here’s a coloring page of the magnificent Tenaya Lake, the largest lake in the Yosemite’s country. It’s inviting blue water, and remarkable scenic qualities make it one of the most popular summer destinations. The lake is named after Chief Tenaya, a leader of the Ahwahnechee people in Yosemite. It is the first park to be protected for public use.

5. Crater Lake:

Give your kid a scoop on Crater Lake with this coloring page. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States of America. It is renowned for its water clarity and dark blue color. Crater Lake is isolated from the surrounding rivers and streams, so there is a complete absence of the inlet and outlet. There is enough room for a boat in the water. Can your kid make one?

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6. Down By The Lake:

Here’s a beautiful lakeside scenery for your little one to color. With this coloring page, your kid can enjoy using different shades of colors for filling the details around this calm lake. Let your child describe and color this lake setting any way he likes.

7. Glacier National Park:

Help your child become familiar with Glacier National Park with this coloring page. The Glacier National Park is located in Montana, Canada. The park includes two mountain ranges a dozen of large lakes and more than 700 smaller ones. The lakes support the growth of plankton, ensuring the lake waters are clear. Teach your kid the importance of preserving the freshwater ecosystem while coloring this lovely scene.

8. Water Lilies In A Lake:

Here’s another beautiful coloring page of lily pads resting on the lake. Water lilies are one of the few flowers that can thrive only in freshwater habitats. You can ask him to make a frog on one of the lily pads. It will enhance the overall appeal of the coloring page.

9. Shrek And Donkey At The Lake:

Why is Shrek looking so upset? Is he missing Fiona? Or is disappointed with the fact that despite trying so hard, he has been unable to rescue Princess Fiona? The Donkey is trying his best to cheer up Shrek, but everything is going in vain. Can your kid cheer Shrek up a bit by giving some colors to Shrek and his surroundings?

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10. Eager Beavers:

This lake coloring page will be easy entertainment for your kid. These beavers were having a gala time at the lake until they spotted a child on a boat. They are now eager to know about the little boy and the boat he is riding. Tell your child to name the animals and give some color to the scene, completing the picture.

That’s all! You can use our lake coloring pages as an opportunity to research on the plants and animal lives living near and in the beautiful lake. Until then, happy coloring!

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