Indoor Activities With Kids


How to Entertain the Grandkids? Coloring Printables for All Ages

Kids have always enjoyed coloring. But if you haven’t noticed, adult coloring books are everywhere these days. You can buy them in grocery stores and gift shops and you can download and print them from your computer. In our stress-filled life, spending some time making a beautiful design or picture is a pleasant break from adult day to day tasks.

So when the grandkids arrive and you’re looking for some fun activities to do together, why not print out some lovely coloring sheets and let the fun begin.

For the Little Children

Hello Kids:  This is a great website for printables of superheroes, cartoon characters, fantasy designs and more. They have Disney coloring sheets, mandala designs and even video game characters.

Preschool Pages:  Simple outline shapes of familiar toys and objects. Holiday-themed color sheets for the littles.

Free Color Pages:  Lots of cartoon and movie characters for the very young

Christmas Pictures:  Hundreds of choices for the Christmas season.

Activity Village: Great choices for Christmas, Hanukkah, Snowflakes, Snowmen and more.

For Older Children

Sports Designs:  Lots of choices for older kids who enjoy sports of all kinds.

Fantasy and Medieval Designs:  Dragons, Fairies, Characters from King Arthur, Greek Mythology and more.

Star Wars: Star Wars is all the rage. Kids of all ages will enjoy these.

PrinterKids: Superheroes, Star Wars, Clash of Clans and lots more.

For the Young at Heart

Intricate Designs: Enjoy hours of relaxing coloring of these elaborate designs.

Famous Works of Art: Reproduce these works of art—learn art appreciation while you color.

Adult Coloring Sheets: Choose from hundreds of fascinating downloads including Russian Dolls, Native Americans, India and Bollywood and scenes from New York.

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