Coloring pages with german language

Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Nein? So maybe it’s worth to try:) Here you’ll find a set of free coloring pages which help children to learn German language, e.g. basic vocabulary, German alphabet and numerals from one to ten. Even the longest journey begins with a single step… so maybe this will be the first step to learn new language!

Garman letters a
Biene coloring pages
German letter to color c Dinosaurier Ente coloring page to education
Fisch to color Letter g to colour German vocabulary Garman words igel Judo colouring page
Krokodil coloring page L german alphabet German letters and alphabet Letter n to colour Alphabet o
Puma colouring page Pferd malbuch Letter q to color and learn Raupe German language education
Schwein colouring page Let's learn german language Storch Garman letters alphabet to color Letter U to color
Vampir Garman language on coloring page Xylophon coloring images Yacht colouring books Garman words to learn
German count German numbers to learn Drei three in german Counting in german Number five in german
Nummer sechs Numbers in german Nummer 8 Coloring pages with german count Counting in German

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Quiz – German colouring pages

Just place your mouse cursor over the question to see the correct answer!

Question 2

What’s the capital of Germany?

Answer:

The capital of Germany is Berlin

Question 3

Are Germany and France neighbours?

Answer:

Yes they are.

Question 4

Does Germany have a president or king?

Answer:

A president

Question 5

Is German spoken in other countries besides Germany?

Answer:

Yes, German is an official language in e.g. Austria, Switzerland, Luxemburg …

Question 6

What colors appear on German flag?

Answer

Black, red, yellow

German language coloring pages for children – interesting facts:

  • German is famous of its long words. One of them is e.g. 63 letter „Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz” or a little bit shorter because only 39 letters „Rechtsschutzversicherungsgesellschaften”. Those who are able to pronounce these words should be proud of themselves:)
  • German is the first language of about 100 million people worldwide.
  • In Germany there are more than 300 types of bread.
  • First ever gummy bears were invented in Germany.
  • The first printed book in the world was written in German.
  • English and German have common origin that’s why you can find many identical words between both languages.

 

It’s rather common knowledge that the best way of learning is fun. Especially for children. Thanks to collection of coloring pages with German your child will immediately learn few basic German words, alphabet and numbers. It can be a nice introduction to learn of foreign languages or supplement to knowledge gained at school. And of course don’t forget to color pictures afterwards (or on the beginning – it’s up to you:)