Give kids some coloured texta’s and some colouring in pages and you can keep them busy for ages. And it’s such a low cost activity – in fact, we’ve got some fantastic FREE crafty pages for kids.
I’ve always got a supply of colouring in supplies in my bag just in case we need to wait for the bus or keep the kids entertained at a restaurant. All you need to do is print out a variety of these drawings and keep a pencil bag handy.
Our favourite source of free colouring in pages is on the Crayola website. There is a fantastic section of Disney pages, princesses, all sorts of fun characters, as well as plants and animals. You can also print out a variety of pictures with a seasonal theme, words and letters or places.
You can also find sports images, science, vehicles and people. Plus colouring pages designed for adults.
Coloring Home is a fantastic resource for free colouring in pages for kids. They’ve got heaps of cartoon characters like Moana, My Little Pony, Paw Patrol, Trolls, Shopkins, PJ Masks and more.
There is also a brilliant selection of colouring in pages for adults.
Coloring Page World
This is a cute selection of all different kinds of colouring in pages. Pick from animals, fantasy, celebration days as well as a variety of colour-by-number pages. We really love this adorable cupcake to colour in.
There are also quotes and words to colour in as well as creative adult pages.
Just Colour is a brilliant resource for all different kinds of colouring in pages. There are heaps of Disney and movie-themed pages. There are TV Characters, superheroes, animals as well as lots of educational pictures.
Super Coloring is one of our favourite collections of more advanced colouring in pages. The drawings are just gorgeous and a bit more detailed and advanced than your standard pictures. There are lots of animal themed pages, heaps of cartoons, sports, food, toys and dolls and holidays. There are also some great dot-to-dot drawings. Grown-ups will also find a fabulous selection of creative colouring in pages for adults.
Do you and your kids enjoy colouring in? Tell us in the comments below.