Printable Coloring Pages

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Rhamphorhynchus
Rhamphorhynchus
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Rhamphorhynchus
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's Rhamphorhynchus, the flying dinosaur!
1st grade
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Smashmaster
Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Smashmaster
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Heroes and Villains Super-Set: Smashmaster
Smashmaster will smash, shatter and shake his way through anything that gets in his path. How about you â would you dare get in his way?
2nd grade
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Color a Zombie!
Color a Zombie!
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Color a Zombie!
Did someone say zombies? Looks like someone's escaped from his grave! Have some fun coloring this weary walker with your little ghoul this Halloween.
1st grade
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Frankenstein's Wife Coloring Page
Frankenstein's Wife Coloring Page
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Frankenstein's Wife Coloring Page
What if Dr. Frankenstein created a wife for his monster? Have your little mad scientists add some spooky colors to this scene.
1st grade
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Color the Convertible
Color the Convertible
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Color the Convertible
Help your child practice his coloring skills with this coloring page, which features a cool convertible on a California road-trip.
Kindergarten
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High Diver Coloring Page
High Diver Coloring Page
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High Diver Coloring Page
Get out some crayons or colored pencils and decorate this diver coloring page.
2nd grade
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Can You Draw Orphan Annie's Dog?
Can You Draw Orphan Annie's Dog?
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Can You Draw Orphan Annie's Dog?
Draw Annie's trusty sidekick, her dog Sandy. Encourage your kid to help her find him again by drawing him back into her arms.
1st grade
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Scenes from Treasure Island, #4
Scenes from Treasure Island, #4
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Scenes from Treasure Island, #4
What would you do if you found a treasure map? This coloring page features three characters from Treasure Island looking at their buried treasure map.
2nd grade
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Scenes from Treasure Island, #11
Scenes from Treasure Island, #11
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Scenes from Treasure Island, #11
Color in this scene from Treasure Island, a book that's been thrilling young readers for over 100 years now.
2nd grade
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Cedar Waxwing Coloring Page
Cedar Waxwing Coloring Page
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Cedar Waxwing Coloring Page
Learn about a new species of bird with a beautiful coloring page! Your child will get to color a Cedar Waxwing, a bird with unique coloring on its wings.
1st grade
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Tufted Titmouse Coloring Page
Tufted Titmouse Coloring Page
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Tufted Titmouse Coloring Page
Meet the Tufted Titmouse, a common songbird of North America. Your child will be learning sight words (and even some Latin) as he colors!
1st grade
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Color the Koala
Color the Koala
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Color the Koala
This koala coloring page features a cheerful little guy climbing a eucalyptus tree.
Kindergarten
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Night Monkey
Night Monkey
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Night Monkey
What's a night monkey, you ask? Night monkeys are the only nocturnal kind of monkey, most active at night.
Kindergarten
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Turtle Friends Coloring Page
Turtle Friends Coloring Page
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Turtle Friends Coloring Page
Two turtles are better than one! Have an undersea coloring adventure with your child, and give this pair of sea turtles some color.
Preschool
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Color the Superhero Battle
Color the Superhero Battle
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Color the Superhero Battle
If you're looking for a back seat activity to keep your little hero busy on long car or plane rides, this coloring page is sure to fit the bill.
1st grade
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Spaghetti Coloring Page
Spaghetti Coloring Page
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Spaghetti Coloring Page
This yummy coloring page is sure to satisfy any budding chef! Finish off this spaghetti plate with some bright Italian colors.
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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Flapper Dress Coloring Page
Flapper Dress Coloring Page
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Flapper Dress Coloring Page
Take a trip back in time to the 1920's with this flapper dress coloring page! You and your little dancer can add bright colors to this scene.
1st grade
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Ankylosaurus Coloring Page
Ankylosaurus Coloring Page
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Ankylosaurus Coloring Page
Meet the armored Ankylosaurus! Have fun coloring in this prehistoric plant-eater with your little dino fan.
1st grade
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Sharp Shinned Hawk Facts
Sharp Shinned Hawk Facts
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Sharp Shinned Hawk Facts
Learn a new species of bird with a fun info sheet! Your child will get to read some fun facts about the Sharp Shinned Hawk, and complete a crossword.
2nd 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.