Pioneer Days! The Days of ’47! Wouldn’t it be fun for the children to have printable coloring pages with pioneer themes for the Pioneer Day holiday on July 24?
Activity Village is a new website for me. I just found this one in my search for Free Easter coloring pages. This is actually an awesome website for free Easter coloring pages. The pictures vary in difficulty or ease and are actually good for all ages and talent levels. I like the variety of the skill level and the website is easy to navigate. You just may find some free Easter coloring pages for your children here. There are over 30 free Easter coloring pages to choose from.
The Irish flag is green, white and orange. The green symbolizes the people of the south, and orange, the people of the north. White represents the peace that brings them together as a nation.
Play-Dough- This is a tried and true classic. Break out the play-dough along with some cutting tools and a rolling pin and watch your toddler’s imagination take over.
Another site has several cute free printable coloring sheets. Here you will also find a crossword puzzle for those of you who have older students. There are many different types of free St Patrick’s Day coloring pages so if you may be interested in what they have to offer, please visit their website by going here.
Puzzles galore – from small novelty sizes to large floor layouts, puzzles are a fun activity your child can do again and again. Look for puzzles with larger pieces and less complex images for little hands and minds to handle easier.
Coloring offers one of the funnest of the Scooby Doo pictures. A free printable Scooby Doo page of Shaggy and Scooby fighting over a burger that is hanging out of both of their mouths, Fred is in the background. This is another website that offers a large selection of Scooby Doo printable pages for your kids to go crazy for. Scrappy Doo even makes a few appearances on the great, fun pages you can print out.