Think coloring books are for kindergarten? Think again! Older children and even adults will enjoy these fun and fascinating paperbacks. Each illustration is accompanied by informative text so kids (or grownups) can learn while they color. To find more architecture books for kids, explore the resource listing at the end of this article.
Over 40 designs from the 20th century iconic architect, including Unity Temple, Robie House, and the Guggenheim Museum.
Coloring the detailed illustrations in this lovely little book will require a steady hand. The Victorian House Coloring Book is an ideal choice for teenagers or adults who are fascinated by Victorian architecture and interior decor.
Elementary school children will learn about forty different styles found in American Homes, 1600 - Present
, ranging from adobe pueblos to modern solar homes. The coloring book includes a short history of each architectural style.
With simple text geared for younger children, this coloring book has 64 illustrations of famous buildings and structures from around the world.
Pueblo and wigwam structures in this Dover History Coloring Book can be used to teach children similarities and differences between architectural styles of the past and the present.
From George Washington to Barack Obama, American presidents have often begun their lives in humble architectural beginnings. This Dover History Coloring Book points out 40 residences.