Printable Coloring Pages

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Bobcats Coloring Page
Bobcats Coloring Page
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Bobcats Coloring Page
Your first grader will love to color this bobcat mama carrying her kitten to safety through the forest.
1st grade
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Color the Soaring Helicopter
Color the Soaring Helicopter
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Color the Soaring Helicopter
If your kid loves anything with wheels, wings or propellers, this coloring page should keep him busy.
1st grade
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Scout Helicopter Coloring Page
Scout Helicopter Coloring Page
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Scout Helicopter Coloring Page
This coloring page features one futuristic looking helicopter!
1st grade
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Dog with Bone Coloring Page
Dog with Bone Coloring Page
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Dog with Bone Coloring Page
This wild pup has a bone and a warm fire to keep him happy. Add some colors to this happy little dog!
Kindergarten
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Lemur Coloring Page
Lemur Coloring Page
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Lemur Coloring Page
This coloring page features the rare Silka Sifaka, a lemur found in Madagascar where they call it a Simpona!
Kindergarten
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Color the City Bus
Color the City Bus
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Color the City Bus
Can your child identify different vehicles? This simple coloring page features a bus for her to color however she likes!
2nd grade
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Shock Clan Ninja
Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Shock Clan Ninja
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Shock Clan Ninja
Who is this ninja shocking into submission? Write a story about his travails on the back of this page once youâve finished coloring.
2nd grade
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Alien Coloring Page
Alien Coloring Page
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Alien Coloring Page
Welcome to planet Glermxplyzr! Get out those crayons and help your kindergartener make this alien's life a little more colorful.
Kindergarten
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Color the Oriole Blackbird
Color the Oriole Blackbird
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Color the Oriole Blackbird
This coloring page shows off the tropical bird known as an Oriole Blackbird!
Kindergarten
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Genie Coloring Page
Genie Coloring Page
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Genie Coloring Page
Here, your child gets to stretch is imagination with this 'Finish the Drawing" worksheet based on a classic cultural fairy tale.
1st grade
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Color the Biking Tiger
Color the Biking Tiger
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Color the Biking Tiger
How would you react if you looked out your window and saw a tiger biking by? The kid on this coloring sheet sure looks shocked!
Preschool
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Monitor Lizard Coloring Page
Monitor Lizard Coloring Page
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Monitor Lizard Coloring Page
Introduce your child to the monitor lizard with a coloring page, complete with a fun fact about this unusual creature.
Kindergarten
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Hot-Rod Roadster Coloring Page
Hot-Rod Roadster Coloring Page
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Hot-Rod Roadster Coloring Page
This old-timey car may be as old as Grandma, but it sure can move!
2nd grade
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Chevrolet Master Deluxe
Chevrolet Master Deluxe
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Chevrolet Master Deluxe
Cars looked a bit different back in 1940 than they do today. Spot some of those differences as you color in this swanky Chevrolet Master Deluxe.
2nd grade
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: The Moilten Martian
Heroes and Villains Super-Set: The Moilten Martian
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: The Moilten Martian
The Molten Martian isnât a bad guy, he just looks like one. Look at him â he wants a hug!
2nd grade
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Color the Helmet Vanga
Color the Helmet Vanga
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Color the Helmet Vanga
The Helmet Vanga in this coloring page is perched by its nest in a tropical forest.
1st grade
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Shortnose Sawshark
Shortnose Sawshark
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Shortnose Sawshark
Fans of the weird will love this coloring page of the shortnose sawshark, an odd looking creature to say the least.
1st grade
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Color the Proud Giraffe
Color the Proud Giraffe
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Color the Proud Giraffe
Here's a coloring sheet of a giraffe that's standing tall.
Kindergarten
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"Tree" in Russian
"Tree" in Russian
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"Tree" in Russian
Is your child mastering his sight words? Give him a new challenge with a fun coloring page that will teach him a sight word in Russian!
Kindergarten
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SPAD 7
SPAD 7
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SPAD 7
SPAD is actually an acronym for this plane's French name. Do you know how to pronounce Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés?
2nd grade
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Color the Fancy Equestrian
Color the Fancy Equestrian
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Color the Fancy Equestrian
Before cars and trains, people had to get around somehow! The fancy equestrian on this coloring page looks like he comes from the early 19th century
1st grade
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Color the Horse at the Barn
Color the Horse at the Barn
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Color the Horse at the Barn
The horse on this coloring page has had a long day, and is resting by the barn, all wrapped in a comfy blanket to keep him warm.
1st grade
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Printable Coloring Pages

Whether your child needs to fine tune his motor skills or simply wants a break from the daily homework grind (or both), our coloring worksheets will do the trick. With cool professional illustrations that captivate kids of all ages, these coloring worksheets feature an educational component, ranging from dot to dot numbers and letters printables to pages that depict historical figures as well as various components of science.

Explore the Many Benefits of Coloring Pages

While young kids view coloring pages as nothing more than a fun activity, parents understand there are numerous benefits beyond just passing the time. Coloring pages help kids learn their colors, inspire their artistic creativity, and sharpen motor skills. Just as important, coloring also can help parents keep tabs on their child’s psychological state of mind. For instance, if a 4-year-old chooses to use a lot of dark crayons to color an otherwise vibrant image, it might be a sign that he’s feeling down. Or if he keeps an overly strong grip on a crayon or uses excessively harsh strokes on the page, he might be angry about something. One way to better understand what’s on your child’s mind is to find a location in the house that’s free of distractions and color a page alongside him. As he focuses on his creation and sees you working on yours, casually inquire about his thoughts. There’s a good chance he’ll open up without even realizing it. Finally, from an early education standpoint, parents can use coloring pages work on phonics and letter recognition—like using a blue crayon to color all the objects that start with C and a green crayon to color those that end with T.