On this page, you will find 15 all new Letter G coloring pages that are completely free to print and download.
Letter recognition is the first step children take toward learning to read and write.
Our wonderful collection of letter G coloring pages can be a fun and engaging activity that will get your child excited about learning the alphabet.
Help your little one discover the wonders of the alphabet by downloading and printing these amazing letter G coloring pages for free.
15 Brand New Letter G Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
G stands for gecko. When you are teaching letters to your child, making these types of associations can be very helpful.
Children learn best through play, and this letter G coloring page proves that learning can be fun indeed.
You can see that the little gecko is trying to hide behind the letter G. There’s also a tiny branch with two leaves at the top of the letter as if it’s growing from it.
You can color the gecko and the letter in the same shade to help this cute creature hide better, or you can choose different colors for them.
This coloring page shows a giraffe that has curled up its body into the shape of the letter G. Did you know that giraffes have the same number of bones in their necks as humans?
That’s right, both humans and giraffes have seven cervical vertebrae, but each one of a giraffe’s bones can be over 10 inches long.
This gives them their amazing flexibility and range of motion. They can bend their necks to reach the ground, the treetops, or even their own ears
G stands for ground. On this next coloring sheet, the letter G has transformed into a piece of ground, with little sprouts growing from it.
We can imagine the letter turning into a beautiful garden at one point.
You can color the letter brown since it’s the color of the earth and the little plants in different shades of green. You can also color the background to make this picture look even more interesting.
G stands for gnome. The third letter G coloring sheet from our collection features a curious little gnome, standing behind two G letters.
Did you know that garden gnomes are said to bring good luck?
With their pointy hats and shaggy beards, gnomes are trusted night-time helpers and protectors of the garden.
This little gnome is not here to guard the garden but to help you practice writing the letter G in uppercase and lowercase.
So, pick your brightest colors to show this cute gnome that you’re grateful for its help.
This Letter G coloring page shows a squirrel curled up and forming the letter G. Squirrels are amazing animals that can do many things.
They can climb up trees and glide through the air with ease.
They can find their buried nuts with their keen sense of smell. They can even learn to solve puzzles and avoid traps very well.
So, it’s no surprise that this squirrel is flexible enough to curl into the letter G. You can use natural colors like brown, gray, or black to color this squirrel.
G stands for goat. Goats are awesome climbers and explorers, so they can be great hiking companions.
They also like to chew, but despite the common belief that they’ll eat anything, they’re quite picky eaters.
Luckily, the cute goat depicted on this page seems to have found a delicious patch of grass to chew on.
While it’s busy eating, you can put your creativity to work and choose some nice shades to color this lovely printable.
G stands for grape. There’s no denying that grapes are a delicious fruit to snack on, but they’re also a great subject to color.
Did you know that grapes are actually berries and they’re one of the oldest cultivated plants?
The grape featured on this letter G printable looks very tasty, but it lacks a bit of color. Maybe you can help by coloring it in the shades of your favorite grape variety.
So, grab your crayons and let the coloring fun begin!
Next, we have a rabbit adjusting its body into the shape of the letter G. It has a chubby body with a large head and small feet.
He looks amazed by something it sees, with wide eyes and an open mouth.
Rabbits are very flexible animals that can bend and twist their bodies in amazing ways. They can jump, hop, run, and even do a special leap called a binky when they are happy or excited.
A binky is when a rabbit jumps up in the air and twists its body and head in different directions.
G stands for gifts. Whether it’s for an anniversary, a special event, or a big holiday like Christmas, giving and receiving gifts can bring a lot of joy. Even the smallest gifts can mean a lot to someone.
On this page we have three beautifully wrapped gifts of various sizes standing next to the letter G.
Each box has a different pattern on it, so you can get creative with the color combinations you choose for this letter G printable.
G stands for girl. We know that learning the alphabet can be daunting at times, but the little girl depicted on this coloring sheet seems to have a lot of fun while learning the letter G.
We’re sure she’d like you to join her.
The girl is holding the letter G in her hand and smiling. She’s wearing a t-shirt, long trousers, and sneakers, and she has a butterfly clip in her hair.
You can use any color combination you like to bring this image to life.
This lizard knows how to twist and form into the G shape. Lizards can twist their bodies and crawl through holes and crannies.
Thare very flexible animals that can adapt to different environments and situations.
They also have many skills and abilities that help them survive and thrive. They are also very diverse and come in many shapes and sizes.
Here’s a little fun fact for you. Did you know that there are over 5000 species of lizards in the world?
G stands for giraffe. There are so many interesting facts about giraffes, that we don’t know where to begin. They’re the tallest mammals in the world and they usually stay upright while sleeping.
Giraffes are also great runners, reaching speeds of up to 35 mph. But the giraffe depicted on this coloring page is in no hurry.
She seems perfectly happy standing on a patch of grass behind the letter G, waiting for you to color it.
G stands for gold. This precious metal came from meteorites that bombarded the Earth over 200 million years after it formed, and has multiple uses, apart from making ornamental objects and jewelry.
Did you know that gold is also used in electronics, medicine, and dentistry? The gold bars on this coloring page have a different purpose though.
They’re used to store value and serve as a reserve currency.
Coloring these gold bars yellow seems like the most logical choice, but feel free to use any shade you like.
G stands for garden. Here we have the letter G written in uppercase and lowercase, blending in a garden setting.
The letters are actually balloons floating above the greenery, creating a whimsical outdoor ambiance.
We think they make lovely garden decorations, but they would look a lot better with a splash of color.
There are plenty of color combinations you can experiment with on this printable, so let your imagination guide you.
These letter G coloring sheets are a fun way to learn about the seventh letter of the alphabet.
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This Letter G coloring page shows a fish curled up into a G shape. It’s facing to the left and has a big head with round eyes.
Also, it has a small mouth and is blowing bubbles. Fish are amazing and diverse animals that live in different habitats.
I would use natural colors like blue, green, or yellow. You can also add some details to the background, like water, seaweed, or coral.