Teachers, are your students learning about marine life in school?
Parents, do you have a child who loves all kinds of sea creatures?
Looking for fun, easy to print activities for your child? We got you covered!
A great way to keep the kids occupied for hours at a time is having them bring life into their coloring books.
And since school is out, what better way to keep them busy than with these free printable coloring pages.
We offer a large collection to choose from. Anything from animals, Disney Characters, Super Heroes, Santa Clause and even the Easter Bunny.
For the boys, we have fire men, spider-man, Batman, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh.
For the girls, we have Princess coloring sheets, Disney toons, Minnie, Pooh and all their friends.
Not only will they learn the basic colors but build their color recognition skills with these activities. These are great for group activities as well.
Print how many copies you need and share them around with the neighborhood kids.
As kids we all grew up watching our favorite cartoons on Disney. And as fans, we buy and like everything that comes and is associated with the Brand.
From the Mickey Mouse Club days to the new generation shows such as Winnie the Pooh and Hannah Montana.
But when it comes to activities and games about Disney, you have come to the right place.
Choose from our large gallery of Disney Coloring Pages. We have pooh, piglet and the rest of their hundred acre wood friends; we have Disney Princess as Jasmine and Cinderella.
We have a fair share of girl and boy activities. Simply pick your favorite character and get to coloring them.
Try to teach them to color inside the lines and get them familiar with the color name and recognition strategies. You are just one click away!
So, what are you waiting for? Easy and simple as 1, 2, 3.
Fill your time with something creative and nourishing, and not just the drone of the television set!
To some Mickey Mouse is their favorite Disney character, but to others his trusted companion and best friend Pluto has garnered the love from fans as well.
Warm up their imagination and have them color nicely inside the lines of this waging tail and in love Pluto.
We have tons of sheets, pages and coloring activities for your child to enjoy. Since summer is in, these can be great activities to do with friends or siblings, indoors or outdoors.
Coloring every day is a great way for them to relieve stress and keep busy. And it’s so darn fun playing with all of the bright colors!
Simply download and print these free printable Pluto coloring sheets to get started!
Once upon a time there was a beautiful mermaid who lived near an underwater treasure chest filled with magical jewels, coins and trinkets.
There was only one thing missing – a child who could add color to the mermaid’s exciting, underwater world.
Now your child can select, print and add all of her favorite colors to exciting illustrations drawn on free printable coloring pages!
Kid’s coloring pages designed on printable coloring sheets will turn every afternoon into a world of colorful fun and fantasy without spending a dime.
I don’t know about where you’re located, but here, you can feel that crisp edge to the air in the mornings now indicating that fall is on its way.
In preparation for those chilly mornings and cool days, you need to get some free printable crafts lined up to do with your children when the weather isn’t cooperative for outdoor play.
If you need some ideas to help you get crafty, check out FreePrintableOnline.com! From games, to crafts, to worksheets and cards, we have you covered when it comes to affordable entertainment.
Parents, are you looking for activities to keep your little one quiet during long car trips or while you wait for appointments?
You’re not alone. Many parents have had to suffer the incessant question of, “Are we there yet?” from squirmy, eager kids.
You don’t have to become frazzled and impatient, though, if you provide fun activities for them to complete while you wait or drive.
While it’s true that some people just have an innate talent for it, many, many people learn how to draw through plenty of practice.
The rule of thumb for any skill is that it takes approximately 10,000 hours of working at it to master it.