Kid's coloring page that spans kindergarten through 6th grade.
Teachers Guide for special learning coloring page.
|God's Berry Wreath to color|
Age versatile: From kindergarten though 6th grade.....option for older kids - they can color doodle while you talk!
Coloring page with berry wreath
The wreath, a circle, always reminds us of God. No beginning, no end, always, endless!
God made lots of berries of many beautiful colors.
Sure you could color this wreath with all red berries
- the perfect Christmas wreath with only cranberries or holly berries,
So here's the deal.
Learn about God's smooth, round berries, and bumpy ones.
We provide the berry learning pages. Then you can color your wreath. Use only colors for which you know the name of the berry and the color.
If you only know a few berries, we have help for you. There are 3 full color pages of berries to identify and learn the colors. There are smooth, roundish berries people eat, and a page of smooth roundish berries people DO NOT EAT. There is a page of bumpy not round berries that we are NOT using for their colors, but we do need to identify them and see the difference.
Let's learn something new about God's earth while we color!
Not just a plain red wreath. Learn about God's berries! Even if you want to have an all "Red" wreath, think about all the different red berry colors you can use!
|K - 6|
|Sunday School Christmas Coloring page|
You can tack up all 3 berry pages or put them on a common table for reference.
1. Print the berry identification
pages in color. (shown left)
2. Review the names of the smooth, round berries
you can eat.
3. Review the names and colors of the smooth, round
berries we do not eat.
4 Tell them they can color the wreath with any of the smooth. round berry colors as long as the know the name of the berry of the color they are using.
5. All the berries on our Christmas
wreath are smooth, round berries. We are not using colors from berries
that are not smooth and round. For instance, we are not using strawberry
color! To review these shaped berries, fold the paper on the line and
ask the class to identify the berries we are not using.
5. During the coloring, point to a color on a kids wreath and ask what berry that is. Ask several kids.
6. Kids grade 1-4 should write the names of
the berries they have used below the wreath along with their
These are all provided
as Microsoft Word Documents to minimize printing issues. You will be
asked if you prefer to open or save the file. The choice is yours. (You
can always save it after you open it as another option.)