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Coloring Pages

Free printable coloring pages for kids of all ages. On Hellokids.com, you will find various Coloring sheets and Printable coloring book pictures related to Christmas, Halloween, Valentine's Day, Easter, movies, super heroes, animals or bible characters. You can either choose to color your drawings online or print them to color and offer them to your family and friends.


The Hellokids printables is not only fun but has many benefits too.  Coloring will aid your child with holding a writing tool the right way which helps the development of their finger, hand and wrist muscles.  Children learn hand-eye coordination, helping them color with in the lines.  The Hellokids printable coloring pages will help your child to focus on details while being relaxed and comfortable.  Coloring teaches children how to plan by choosing what colors they will use and how they will start and finish coloring their picture.  Pre-reading and pre-math skills can also be learned when they see and recognize patterns. Coloring a simple Hellokids printable page or booklet will help children recognize color, hue, line perspective and shapes. Coloring is a great way to spend quality time with your child or anyone and it is fun. Practicing coloring is a proven path to successful learning for children.
Now, choose your favorite printable coloring pages and let the fun begin.  All of our printable online coloring books are free for everyone to enjoy.

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