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Finding Kids’ Coloring Pages


Kids coloringFinding kids’ coloring pages online is surprisingly easy. Whether you’re interested in coloring pages that depict your favorite Disney Princess or pages with a seasonal theme, there are hundreds of options available.


 


 


General Coloring Pages


 

 

Looking for a website that features general coloring pages with animal, nature, music, car, or sports themes? Try one of the following:


  • The Kidz Page has coloring pages that feature animals, people, flowers, and various forms of transportation.
  • Up to Ten has general coloring pages for kids ages 0-10. Many pages are appropriate for educational use.
  • Coloring.com lets kids color pages online or print them to color at a later date. Themes include sports, animals, outer space, and automobiles.

Seasonal Coloring Pages


If you’re in the mood to celebrate an upcoming holiday, try the following websites for a variety of seasonal coloring pages:



  • Coloring Book Fun has Halloween, Christmas, Hanukah, Easter, and Thanksgiving coloring pages, as well as pages to celebrate Mother’s Day, Black History Month, President’s Day, and Flag Day.



Character Coloring Pages


Looking for kids’ coloring pages that feature your child’s favorite movie or television character? Check out one of the following websites:



  • PBS Kids has pages for your kids to color that feature Caillou, Barney, and other popular PBS characters.
  • DLTK’s Coloring Pages has a selection of kids’ coloring pages featuring popular characters such as Barbie, Batman, Pokeman, Shrek, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Scooby-Doo.

Puzzle Pages


If you’re looking for activities for older children, check out the following websites for printable puzzle pages:



Budget-Friendly Coloring


While coloring is a relatively inexpensive activity, the following tips can save you even more money:



  • Change your printer’s setting to “Draft” quality to reduce the amount of ink used to print your kids’ coloring pages.
  • Save your unwanted home office printouts, then print coloring pages on the back of these sheets.
  • Use copy paper instead of regular computer printer paper. It’s slightly thinner, but provides a significant cost savings.
  • Stock up on crayons during annual back-to-school sales.

 



Last Modified on December 9, 2010