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Don’t miss this collection of coloring pages for all ages! Add them to your homeschool lesson plans or use them for a relaxing activity for the whole family.
If you and your children enjoy coloring, you’re going to love the worksheets featured here. I’ve gathered all of the coloring pages I’ve created here on Affordable Homeschooling.
As I create more coloring pages, I’ll add them to this page. So, be sure to bookmark it or pin it so you can reference it over and over again.
Coloring pages are a great way to keep kids entertained while they learn. By providing them with pictures to color, they can have fun while developing their motor skills and learning about new things.
Coloring pages are also a great way to bond with your kids; sitting down and spending time together while they color can be a fun and relaxing activity for both of you.
There are tons of different types of coloring pages here on the blog, so you’re sure to find something that your kids will love. And who knows? You might even enjoy it yourself!
All of the coloring pages on this site are print-and-go. That means, they’re perfect for busy homeschool moms and co-op teachers.
Just print them on printer paper, provide crayons or colored pencils, and your kids are all set! Add them to your lessons or use them for a quick quiet time activity.
Either way, your kids will enjoy coloring the pages you choose for them.
Coloring pages provide children with an opportunity to express their creativity while figure out different colors and hues they can use. In addition, coloring pages help to develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
As children color, they slowly learn how to combine different colors which eventually leads to them being able to select the right colors for the right occasion. For example, mixing red and yellow will create orange – a color that is perfect for Fall.
Seasonal coloring pages are a great way for kids to learn about the changing seasons and practice their color recognition skills. Plus, it’s a fun activity that can be enjoyed by the whole family!
Coloring pages can also be used to teach children about colors, shapes, and other basic concepts. Below, you’ll find coloring pages for seasons, holidays, and educational themes.
With so many options available, there is sure to be a coloring page for everyone.
Bible Coloring Pages
Bible coloring pages are perfect for engaging young minds as you teach the Bible lesson. Kids can color the page as you read the Bible story aloud.
Kids will love completing this Jonah and the Whale coloring sheet while you teach them the Bible story.
Holiday Coloring Pages
Are you looking for a new holiday printable for your kids? Try these gnome-themed Valentines coloring pages!
Looking for a fun activity to keep the kids busy this Easter? You don’t want to miss these Easter coloring pages!
If you’re looking for a new quiet-time activity for March, don’t miss these free printable St Patricks Day color pages.
Are you looking for a quiet activity to add to your St. Patrick’s Day activities? These leprechaun coloring pages are just what you need!
Are you looking for a new holiday printable for your kids? Try these gnome-themed St Patricks Day coloring pages!
Do your kids love to color? My daughter does, and we’re constantly on the hunt for new pages to print and color. These free printable 4th of July coloring pages are perfect for the upcoming holiday.
Happy Independence Day, everyone! To celebrate, we’ve created a set of free printable Fourth of July coloring pages for kids.
In honor of International Pirate Month, we’ve put together a collection of pirate pictures to color. Whether you’re a landlubber or a seasoned sea dog, there’s something for everyone in this collection of coloring pages.
What Are the Best Crayons?
Moms and teachers tend to have strong opinions about crayons. I’ve seen quite a few debates on this topic over on Facebook.
For kids, the hands-down winner is Crayola. The colors are brighter, they are less prone to breaking, and they color much smoother than other wax crayons.
For toddlers and younger preschoolers, we love fatter crayons that are easier for little hands to grasp. For my four-year-old grandson, I like triangle crayons. They don’t roll.
More Coloring Resources
If your kids enjoy these coloring pages, check out our other types of coloring pages here on the blog.
And, if you’re kids REALLY like to color, try these fun themed crayons!
Are you looking for coloring pages for a specific topic, holiday, or season? Leave a comment and let me know.