Alyx Jolivet's Illustration Collection
Who doesn't love the sticky texture and nutty taste of peanut butter? Pick up a few markers and crayons, and watch your little artist exercise his colorful imagination with this fun peanut butter coloring page.
Dive into this delightful koi fish page and watch your little one's inner aquarist pop out! Pull out the crayons and color in these two Japanese koi fish with your child.
Did you know that about 40% of all known fish species call ponds, lakes, rivers, and other fresh water habitats home? Young researchers can learn this and more as they dive into this colorful worksheet . . .
Send some sweet greetings this Valentine's Day with cards you can print and color yourself! Have your little ones help you color and decorate them.
Let's spend a day at the roller rink! Your little skater will have a blast adding some bright colors to these old-school roller skates.
Get caught up on your giant squid facts while you give this mysterious mollusk some bright colors.
Did you know there are over 500 species of salamander? Color the salamander in its natural home, and read another fun fact about its species!
Learn about the kumquat with a fun coloring page. Read some more fun facts about the kumquat as you color this picture with your child.
Learn about some foreign fruits with a fun coloring page! Your little one can learn all about the carambola, or starfruit, as she colors.
Have you ever heard of a purple mangosteen? Get together with your child to color this exotic fruit and learn more about its origins.
Imagine a fruit that tastes like banana, lemon, and cucumber all together... that's the kiwano fruit! Learn some fun facts as you color the kiwano.
Did you know that some berries can grow directly on the trunk of a tree? Learn a few fun facts about the jaboticaba berry as you color this picture.
Soar through the air with a kite coloring page. Have fun with your little one adding big, bright colors to these high-flying kites as they skiff and twirl in the air!
Did you know that hounds represent loyalty, and salmon represent knowledge in Celtic knot work? Color in this lovely illustration just in time for St. Patrick's Day!
Little puppeteers will love re-enacting the classic story of these three silly pigs, using finger puppets they can color and create themselves!
Spring is here in a wave of showers, flowers and baby animals. Color this delightful, young fox as he hides in tall grasses and branches.
Little animal lovers everywhere can celebrate the return of spring by coloring this fuzzy bunny in his basket.
Breathe in those fresh flowers, for spring is in the air! Get together with your little cub and color in this mischievous baby raccoon.
The accordion is an instrument that is well loved all around the world! Color this fun instrument and learn a few fun facts about it too.
Did you know banjos were inspired by gourd instruments in Africa? This traditional stringed instrument is very much a part of American history, but has roots in other cultures as well.
Sit down with your child and learn about the history of the recorder, then color in the picture.
Did you know trumpets are one of the earliest instruments? Help your little musician color in the brass trumpet and learn a few more fun facts about it.
Meet the residents of the Rocky Mountains with this set of finger puppets that features a cast of Rocky Mountain animals.
This spring word search isn't just a fun puzzler for drizzly afternoons, this word search works on reading skills.