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Free JUNE Coloring Pages for Download (Printable PDF)

June is my favorite month of the year. It’s the start of summer, and full of excitement and promise. Coloring is a relaxing and fun activity that the entire family can enjoy. A summer coloring page can get you in the spirit of summer, any time of year.

Welcome to our collection of JUNE coloring pages for kids. Click the June pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every June coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.

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Fun Facts About June

During the month of June, school is out. Summer gets into full swing. In fact, the summer solstice is June 20. It’s the longest day of the year, making it perfect for summer fun.

It’s thought that June was named for the Roman goddess Juno, who was the patroness of marriage. She was also responsible for the well being of women. Perhaps that’s why June is still the most popular month to get married!

June Holidays

There are actually several holidays for each day in June, which gives you another reason to celebrate.

Flag day is June 14th. It commemorates the adoption of the American flag, which occurred on June 14, 1777.

A June coloring page featuring a flag can inject some social studies into your summer fun, as you speak to your kids about the meaning of Flag Day.

June 20th is Fathers Day. Instead of a greeting card, consider allowing your child to use their creativity. Young children can color a coloring sheet for Dad. Older children can create their own illustrations or even create a book as a Father’s Day gift.

When it comes to June holidays, you can’t forget June 9, which is Donald Duck Day. Preschoolers and young children are sure to enjoy a June coloring page in celebration of Donald Duck Day.

Older kids may enjoy June 15th, which is Nature Photography Day. A coloring sheet with a nature scene is an excellent way to celebrate.

Free Coloring Pages

June Bear

If you have a preschooler, consider the bear summer coloring sheet. The bear is jumping into the pool. Color the bear and the water waiting below him. Don’t forget his floatie!

Girl Coloring Sheet

If your older child is looking for fun things to do, consider this girl coloring sheet printable.

The illustration has a girl fishing in the foreground. In the background, you’ll find a raccoon fishing as well.

Allow older kids to color the coloring page with markers or colored pencils instead of crayons for a great-looking picture.

Sun and Sand

This coloring sheet features sun and sand, which is very fitting for the month of June. The picture features a sun, an umbrella, and sand on the beach.

Strawberries

Our strawberry coloring page is a great choice for older kids or adults. To use it as an adult coloring page, consider coloring it with a colored pencil or paint it with watercolors.

The coloring page features the word June, and strawberry plants. The strawberries and flower blooms make a beautiful summer coloring sheet.

Why June Coloring Pages

School may be out, but school coloring pages are still a fun activity. Enjoying our free printable coloring pages is a great idea when the sun gets too hot. It’s a fun way to spend the day.

Fun June Activities

One fun June activity starts with our printables. There are crafts and games you can make from finished coloring pages.

You can use a coloring page to make your own bookmark. Cut a bookmark sized piece from a coloring page. Then cut another piece the same size.

Glue them to each side of a piece of cardstock, or place them together so the illustration shows. Then laminate it.

Add a tassel using a hole punch to finish the bookmark. You can then use it in your favorite book.

For a fun preschool craft, use a coloring page to make a puzzle. Laminate or glue a finished page to a piece of cardstock.

Cut the picture into pieces to create a fun puzzle game. Then allow your kids to put the pieces together.