Printable Coloring Pages

Our coloring pages offer younger children wonderful opportunities to develop their creativity and work their pencil grip in preparation for learning how to write. Many of our coloring pages for older kids cover cool science topics like animal life cycles and the anatomy of bugs. Check them out!
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Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme Kids can color in Humpty Dumpty in mid-fall on this coloring sheet, which also features the full text of the "Humpty Dumpty" nursery rhyme.
Dinosaur Golf Dinosaur Golf It's tee time for this T-rex! Your kindergarten artist will giggle through this one, coloring this dinosaur (and his cute golf hat) as he's mid-backswing.
Create a Calendar: September Create a Calendar: September Packed with counting, handwriting, and coloring activities, this calendar page is chock full of educational value.
Mayflower Coloring Page Mayflower Coloring Page Color in a picture of The Mayflower, the ship that carried some of the first people to come to America.
Primary Blue Primary Blue Get your budding artist started with this coloring sheet about the primary color blue.
Orange in Spanish Orange in Spanish From seed to flower to fruit, take a look at the orange with this coloring page and brush up on vocabulary, like the word "orange" in Spanish and English.
Lemon in Spanish Lemon in Spanish From seed to flower to fruit, take a look at the lemon in this coloring page and brush up on vocabulary, like "lemon" in Spanish and English!
Create a Calendar: March Create a Calendar: March Teach your preschooler all about the third month of the year with this fun calendar printable that comes un-numbered so he can fill in the dates himself.
Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase J Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase J Something spooky is hiding on this page! On this kindergarten reading worksheet, kids color by letter (capital and lowercase J) to reveal the hidden picture.
Sports Bookmarks Sports Bookmarks Inspire your little sports star to exercise his reading skills a bit more, and print these sports-themed bookmarks that he can color himself!
It's the most wonderful time of year ... for coloring! Help your child hone important pre-writing skills and get into the spirit with these holiday coloring pages.
Holiday Coloring: 15 Festive Printables It's the most wonderful time of year ... for coloring!
Color Beauty and the Beast Color Beauty and the Beast Color the scene from the classic fairytale, Beauty and the Beast.
Primary Color Practice: Yellow Primary Color Practice: Yellow If you preschooler can't get enough of coloring, help him learn his primary colors with this coloring page about yellow.
Printable Valentine's Day Cards Printable Valentine's Day Cards These printable Valentine's Day cards are as cute as a bug!
Corn in Spanish Corn in Spanish From seed to stalk to vegetable, take a look at corn in this coloring page and brush up on vocabulary, in Spanish and English!
Color the Bumble Bee Fairy Color the Bumble Bee Fairy This fairy is friends with the bumble bees, as you can see in this sweet little scene!
Our coloring pages offer younger children wonderful opportunities to develop their creativity and work their pencil grip in preparation for learning how to write. Many of our coloring pages for older kids cover cool science topics like animal life cycles and the anatomy of bugs. Check them out!

Benefits of Coloring Pages

Coloring pages are a wonderful recreational activity for kids, but there are also some great educational and developmental benefits to coloring pictures:

  • Consistent use of coloring pages and coloring worksheets helps children develop fine motor skills, which in turn helps kids develop a strong pencil grip, improved writing skills, and good penmanship.
  • Children who learn to work on coloring pages for kids while ignoring the surrounding noise and activity develop great focusing skills that can help in the classroom and beyond.
  • Color a coloring page or two with your child to create some quiet time where your can discuss your days and thoughts. Sometimes, kids will hint at their feelings though coloring worksheets—a child that uses all dark colors may be feeling glum, and a child that focuses on a certain object in the picture might have an interest in that subject. Use coloring pages as a starting point for a discussion with your child.
  • Coloring pages are also a great creativity builder for kids. Many kids will learn how to replicate colors and images that they find in the real world through coloring worksheets, and they can also learn how to create a surreal or silly picture through colors that express exactly how they feel.