Is it the deepest lake, the highest peak, or the largest waterfall? You won’t know until you start coloring! Use the color code at the bottom of each picture to apply the hues to the corresponding numbered spaces, then see the amazing final image take shape before your eyes. Gather up your pencils, start coloring and let your creativity run free as you make your very own unique masterpieces from these images of natural wonders.
Looking for a creative and relaxing activity that will allow you to channel your inner artist? All you need is a set of colored pencils or markers in hues corresponding to the squares below. Then just color in each section of the image according to the numbers. Each illustration is of an amazing natural wonder. You’ll enjoy trying to guess the place before it reveals itself at the end (there’s also a clue to help you guess the answer). For example, on the opposite page is an image of a flat-topped Norwegian cliff that offers stunning views of the fjords, mountains and valleys below. Can’t wait to see how each picture will look when it’s finished? You can peek at the answer key on page 64—but it’s more fun to guess as you go! Grab some pencils and get started. Happy coloring!Looking for
About the Author
Joe Bartos has designed and illustrated for a variety of media outlets including Disney, the New York Times, the Discovery Channel and Scholastic. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria.