My kids loooove to print coloring pages. I don’t know why I buy coloring books anymore, they would much rather find their favorite characters, print, and color. Since I shared this project on how to create coloring books from gift bags over on Skip To My Lou, I thought I gather up a list of my favorite resources for coloring pages. That way you have some options when it comes time to create your own books!
NOTE: I know that you can just google a search term like “Frozen coloring pages” and be presented with a whole wad of selections. However, I tend to proceed with caution here, and not only because many of these sites are committing copyright infringment. I don’t know if I trust some of those sites, and if you don’t have a really good antivirus, I would watch where I click. Spammy sites often take very popular search terms and create a page that lets you think you have found what you’re looking for, but really you get spammed and virused. These sites are all official and legit, so you shouldn’t have any issue with these!
- Nick Jr – Grab coloring sheets, mazes, crosswords and more for all of your favorite Nick Jr. shows.
Our faves? Lalaloopsy coloring pages and Bubble Guppies connect the dots. The new Dora show has very cute coloring pages too!
- Disney Jr – Much like Nick Jr, this site features coloring and activity pages for all of their shows.
Our faves? The new Sherriff Callie show is exciting my youngest, as well as Sofia!
- Barbie.com – Shares coloring pages from all of the hit Barbie movies as well as the series Life in the Dreamhouse.
Our faves? The Barbie at Sea activity pack – my daughter loves “find the difference” activity pages!
- Lego Friends Coloring Pages – Both of my girls love these girls! We have the books and the lego sets, so coloring sheets was a natural progression.
Our faves? These crazy hard mazes (for my oldest), and the Lego Pets coloring sheets. They also have a ton of really adorable printables, fyi!
- Lego.com – Has colouring sheets for every part of Lego from Lego City to the Lego Superheroes. To access coloring pages, click on the section of Lego you would like, and look for the download category. (Most, but not all, have downloads.)
Our faves? The Lego Movie pages of course! Look for character sheets on all your faves from President Business to UniKitty.
- Disney Movies – The official site for all things Disney Movies, which yes, that means all things Frozen.
Our faves? Let it go… let it go… please, let it go… The Tinker Bell page also has lots of cute coloring pages. Note: The UK version of the Disney site has even more Frozen selection, if you can access it from your country.
- AG KidZone – The official home of Strawberry Shortcake, Holly Hobbie, and the Care Bears. This site has enough coloring pages to keep your kids busy all summer long and into Christmas!
Our faves? Strawberry Shortcake. Something about those pages are so cute to color!
- American Girl – Tons of printable activities, including coloring pages for the Bitty Babies and more complex crosswords and puzzle games for the older girls.
Our faves?My daughter loved all of the detail in these fans!
- Ever After High Coloring Pages – Perfect for the tween who still loves to color! These are so whimsically drawn too with thin lines, which is great for the older crowd!
Our faves? The color your own trading cards! Find them near the last page.
- Disney Princess Coloring Pages – An official Disney site, you will be safe to download any of your favorite princesses and color away!
Our faves? Rapunzel! I think she’s still our all time favorite Princess… well, that is once this Frozen silliness dies down, we will be back to Rapunzel again, right? It will die down, right?!
- Disney Create – A site filled with more classic characters like Winnie the Pooh and the Lion King.
Our faves? Ratatouille! A cooking rat, what else could be cuter?!
I’ll keep adding to this page as I find more high quality coloring sheets, so keep checking back. If you know of a site and would like to share, please pass it along and I can definitely add it to the list! I would love some more ideas for boys – I’m kinda stuck in girl mode since I only have daughters!