These Free Coloring Pages are perfect both for creative mamas and little kids! Increase fine motor skills, encourage creativity, relieve stress, and so much more! Download yours today!
There are so many ways to use Free Coloring Pages for creative mamas and little kids. Not only are they excellent for building important early learning skills, but they’re also great for rainy days, craft parties, and lots more!
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I actually started making these adorable coloring pages with my little kids in mind, but then it occurred to me that I could totally color them too. After all, I did spend hundreds of dollars on expensive art markers. Seriously, though. Why didn’t I think of that sooner?
Either way, keep scrolling for lots of awesome free coloring pages for creative mamas and little kids!
Free Coloring Pages
Everyone loves free coloring pages. Little kids adore coloring because they can explore new materials and medium and creative mamas love how relaxing it is to get lost in creating.
I know that we definitely do. The little guy and I can color and create together for hours.
You’ll love these printable pages full of charming animal friends and fun sentiments to add lots of cheerfulness to your seasons and holidays! And best of all, there are coloring pages for girls and coloring pages for boys.
There are so many wonderful benefits that come with coloring both for creative mamas and little kids.
- Increased Fine Motor Skills – Fine motor activities such as these coloring pages will help give kids the muscle control and strength they need for writing, buttoning, and even tying their shoes.
- Encourage Creativity – Looking for a great way to encourage your little kids to be more creative? Do you want to create, but you’re having a hard time getting inspired? Coloring pages to the rescue! These free coloring pages are a quick and easy way to get your creative juices flowing.
- Relaxation and Stress Relief – Have you ever noticed that when you’re creating you get lost in what you’re doing? Coloring is relaxing and a great way to relieve stress for both creative mamas as well as little kids.
- Improved Focus and Concentration – One way to help your kiddos improve their focus and concentration is with fun, hands-on activities like these printable coloring pages for kids.
- Building Confidence – These coloring pages to print are a wonderful way to build confidence and teach perseverance. Creative mamas and little kids alike can feel good about what they’ve created.
Easter Coloring Pages
Are you ready for Easter? These fun Easter Coloring Pages are a fantastic way to practice important early learning skills with your kids this Spring while celebrating together at home or in the classroom.
Color an adorable bunny or chick, decorate a fun Easter egg, or even imagine the perfect basket with these free printable coloring pages. Your little learners are sure to love them!
Spring Coloring Pages
These Spring Coloring Pages are just brimming with fun clip art including a cute bird holding an umbrella and an adorable Hello Spring coloring page too.
Your preschoolers will love decorating an umbrella for their very special bird friend. And don’t forget to name your new pal! He (or she) could totally be your homeschool mascot through the entire spring season.
Fall Coloring Pages
I’m in love with these Fall Coloring Pages and especially the fall leaves. Of course, we can’t forget about the delightful fox. These free coloring pages would be an excellent addition to your homeschool this fall.
I’m sure your little kids would love adding fingerprints to the fall leaves coloring page with ink. Such a fun idea and a great way to get started with a preschool All About Me theme.
Back to School Coloring Pages
The Explore coloring page in this set of Back to School Coloring Pages is definitely my personal favorite. The little guy and I are studying American History and we started off the new homeschool year by learning about maps and globes.
What a quick & easy way to create a lovely keepsake for your homeschool room! Have your little learners color the image, frame it, and then hang it in your space. As soon as we get the studio reorganized, I have every intention of hanging up the little guy’s creation.
Halloween Coloring Pages
I’m head over heels for these adorable Halloween Coloring Pages and I’m willing to bet you will be too. The cat in the pumpkin would make a gorgeous Halloween card to give to someone close to you.
Did I mention there’s also a delightful owl to color too? I already know who we’ll give that one too. The little guy’s grandma absolutely adores owls and he makes a point of giving her everything owl-inspired that he makes. You could also print a few of these, add a cauldron filled with crayons, and make a fun coloring table for your kids’ Halloween party.
Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
These Thanksgiving Coloring Pages are just too cute! I’m loving all of them. It’s so hard to choose. These would be a great addition to Thanksgiving dinner this year for the kids.
Don’t forget to help your little learners write something they’re thankful for. When they’re finished, you can display their beautiful artwork for the entire family to see.
Christmas Coloring Pages
I am loving these cute new Christmas Coloring Pages! These Christmas coloring pages are perfect for getting creative with your kids this December while building important early learning skills at home.
Have fun coloring Christmas cats, snowmen, and even Santa clause with these free Christmas coloring pages for kids of all ages.
Winter Coloring Pages
As the weather gets colder, we spend more and more time indoors. Coloring pages are a creative and simple solution to cabin fever this Winter. I love the adorable images in this free Winter Coloring Pages bundle.
You can use these pages to help your kiddos improve their concentration, practice color recognition, and build important fine motor skills for early handwriting. Plus, they’re a whole lot of fun!
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
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Thanks so much for downloading this resource from The Keeper of the Memories! I hope you love using it with your little kids as much as I loved creating it with mine!
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our All About Me theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, make sure to check it out!