Camouflage Coloring Pages | A Creative Table Prompt

Camouflage Coloring Pages on TinkerLab

My older daughter and I gathered up crayons and colored pencils to play around with camouflage designs the other morning. I shared an image of our progress on Instagram and Facebook, and asked if anyone would like to play with some camo images. The answer was “yes,” so I  pulled a printable together for those who are interested.

Camouflage Coloring Pages on TinkerLab

Coloring in Camouflage

The idea is simple.

  1. Collect 4 or 5 colors from the same hue together. These can be colors from the red family or green family, for example. Seen below: turquoise, light blue, grey-blue, royal blue, and blue.
  2. Fill in the bumpy sections with your choice of color.

Camouflage Coloring Pages on TinkerLab

My daughter had fun sorting all of our crayons and colored pencils into families of colors. Once she saw what we had to work with, she could see what colors she wanted to use. Camouflage Colored Pencil combinations

And then we just had fun with it, relaxing with the colors. Not worrying too much about it. It was a great activity for the morning, and could be a nice drawing prompt for a lazy afternoon.Camouflage Coloring Pages on TinkerLab

Why I like this project

  1. Children learn how to group colors by hue
  2. It’s a relaxing drawing activity
  3. The result is fun to look at
  4. It teaches an aesthetic appreciation of camouflage

History of Camouflage

Camouflage painting of uniforms unofficially launched during the Spanish-American war when troops smeared mud on their blue uniforms to become less obvious targets. This article form USA Today, A brief history of U.S. Military Camouflage, will tell you more about the evolution of camouflage.

Camouflage Coloring Pages Printable

This printable is on sale for a limited time. Print yours here today!

Camouflage Coloring Page Printable on TinkerLab

 

12 No fuss creative table set ups for kids tinkerlab

12 Easy Creative Table Prompts for Kids

If you’re looking for a simple way to set up creative provocations that encourage curiosity and imagination, you will love the Creative Table™ Project. These activities won’t take a lot of time to set up, and while your child creates you can step back while they enjoy the process of exploration. WHAT IS THE CREATIVE TABLE PROJECT?…

Read More »

Comments

  1. Kristen says

    I got the camouflage printable and it’s great! I work with a few students who love camo and I can’t wait to tie this into our next lesson. Thanks!

  2. HEATHER says

    fantastic idea! will be using these with the tweens for one of my library Maker Space crafts. Thank you!

    • Rachelle says

      Thank you, Heather! I love hearing that this will make its way into a Maker Space. I hope that the kids enjoy it.

  3. K says

    Thanks for sharing the download. It wasn’t a hit with my 3-y-o, who definitely prefers the blank page, though I found it therapeutic. I’ll have to try again when he’s older!

    • Rachelle says

      You’re welcome, and thanks for the update on your experience with it. I would think 3 would be a bit young for this. I’ll update the post accordingly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>