This post contains my Texas coloring pages - see my post with ALL 50 STATES COLORING PAGES HERE
I’ve made these Texas coloring pages for you - whoever you are, a teacher sharing about Texas with students, a grown up who’s dreaming of an Texas vacation, a kid who’s excited to study Texas - use these as much and as often as you’d like.
Please enjoy these four coloring sheets inspired by the state of Texas. And come back to Stevie Doodles for all your coloring page needs - I have 1000’s of free pages and you can browse my free coloring sheets by category here
You’ll find a Texas facts coloring page, a classic Stevie Doodles “Texas” coloring page, coloring page, and a Texas doodle coloring page.
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Texas became an independent nation called the Republic of Texas in 1836. But fending off hostile tribes and Mexican troops was difficult for a small country, and Texas joined the United States in 1845. In 1861 Texas left the Union and rejoined after the Civil War ended in 1870. READ MORE ABOUT TEXAS HERE
Texas Facts Activity Sheet
This free coloring page has some fun Texas facts to enjoy. Print and color for your road trip in Texas, or just as a fun activity page.
There's one Texas ranch that's bigger than the entire state of Rhode Island.
The town of DISH in Denton County used to be called Clark. But one day in 2005, satellite television company Dish Network made Clark an offer it couldn't refuse. In exchange for renaming the town DISH, each of its 201 residents would receive free basic television service for ten years and a free digital video recorder. Could you blame them?!
Texas is pretty quirky, and all it takes is a look at its legal code to see that. The state still has plenty of strange, antiquated laws that will definitely raise your eyebrows. For instance, it's illegal to sell your eye, to dust a public building with a feather duster, to milk somebody else's cow, and to shoot a buffalo from the second story of a hotel. And you absolutely cannot let a camel run loose on the beaches of Galveston. On the other hand, it's totally legal for you to shoot and kill Bigfoot if you happen to see him out and about. READ MORE CRAZY TEXAS FACTS HERE
Texas With Doodles
This page is an outline of the state of Texas with doodles inside. I think this will be so fun to color and I hope you enjoy it with your friends! To print this Texas coloring sheet, use the button just below the image.
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At its most distant points, Texas is 790 miles long and 660 miles wide.
10. Texas was the 28th state to join the Union. It became a state on December 29, 1845.
11. There are more farms and more land in Texas than in any other state. This is perhaps what Texas is most famous for.
12. King Ranch is a ranch located in Kingsville, Texas which is larger than the whole state of Rhode Island. It is the home of 35,000 cattle and 200 horses. READ MORE TEXAS FACTS HERE
Texas - Classic Stevie Doodle
This Texas coloring page is a classic Stevie Doodles - I make personalized name coloring pages here and you can search for your name in my free pages (I hope you find your and love it!) or you can also get yours for just $5 with one-day digital delivery HERE
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Bracken cave has the single largest concentration of mammals in the world with a population of over 20 million bats! The name the Lone Star State comes from the single star on the Texas flag. It symbolized Texas' struggle for independence. El Paso, Texas is closer to the border of California than it is to Dallas, Texas. That's how big Texas is! Texas has been a member of six different nations including Spain, Mexico, France, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States, and the USA. Dr Pepper was invented in Waco, Tx. READ MORE TEXAS FACTS HERE