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Butterflies of the Amazon coloring page from Little Passports
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Butterfly Coloring Pages and More

To celebrate the first month of our Animals Wild subscription, we created four exclusive printable coloring pages for kids and their families to enjoy as they get excited about the Amazon rainforest. We’ve got butterfly coloring pages, a sloth coloring page, a poison dart frog maze, and six rainforest animal pencil pals!

Enjoy these free coloring pages of butterflies and more, care of Little Passports and Animals Wild!

Fly, Butterfly

Fly, butterfly coloring pages from Little Passports

Materials

Little Passports Fly, Butterfly printable
Crayons or colored markers
Child-safe scissors
Glue

Directions

Step one: Print out the Little Passports Fly, Butterfly coloring pages.

Step two: Color the butterflies and the background picture.

Step three: Cut out each butterfly and fold along the dotted lines.

Step four: Add a dot of glue to the underside of a butterfly, in between the two folded lines, and attach it to the background.

Sloth Hidden Picture

Sloth coloring page "Hanging with Some Friends" from Little Passports

Materials

Little Passports Hanging with Some Friends hidden picture printable
Crayons or colored markers

Directions

Step one: Print out the Little Passports Hanging with Some Friends sloth hidden picture printable.

Step two: Circle the eight moths hidden in the sloth’s fur, then color in the picture.

A-maze-ing Amazon

A-maze-ing Amazon printable from Little Passports

Materials

Little Passports A-maze-ing Amazon printable
Crayons or colored markers

Directions

Step one: Print out the Little Passports A-maze-ing Amazon printable maze.

Step two: Help the poison dart frog find its way home in the maze.

Amazon Animals Pencil Pals

Amazon animals pencil pals from Little Passports

Materials

Little Passports Amazon Animals Pencil Pals printable
Crayons or colored markers or pencils
Child-safe scissors

Directions

Step one: Print out the Little Passports Amazon Animals Pencil Pals printable.

Step two: Color and cut out each animal.

Step three: Ask an adult to help fold each animal in half, and then use scissors to cut along the dotted lines to create two small slits.

Step four: Slide the top of a pencil through the two slits.

Step five: Repeat for the remaining animals.

We hope you enjoyed these butterfly coloring pages and more!

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