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Coloring Sheets To Print For Easter

Here are coloring sheets for you to print so your kids can decorate for Easter. The icons on these Easter printables are large. They are great for pre-school kids. Again… I have included pre-colored sheets… for the kids who just want to cut them out.

The kids can make their own Easter egg gathering basket by cutting out their artwork and gluing it onto the side of a paper bag. Punch a couple of holes in the top of the bag.. and string a bit of ribbon for a handle. Waaaaaa Laaaaa. Ready to go.

Here are the three Easter designs to choose from.

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Honey Bunny – Black and White Honey Bunny – Precolored.

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Cheeky Chick – Black and White Cheeky Chick – Precolored

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Loose Duck – Black and White Loose Duck – Precolored

Print these off for you kids or grands. They’ll have a good time getting ready for Easter

Enjoy

Till Later

Kathy Griffiths
Insightful Nana

P.S. I’m printing up a bunch of the Easter coloring sheets for my grands. They’re coming this week-end and it’s going to be cold outside. They’ll need something to keep themselves busy.

Free Christmas Printables

Free Christmas printables are just the ticket for keeping young hands busy during this holiday season.  These printable Christmas coloring pages are large enough for young children to enjoy.  You can print the Santa Head or the Snowman head in back and white… or you can print the full color version.

The kids can cut them out and hang them on the fridge…or in their room.  These printable are great for teachers to give to their students.  Because they are large, they are ideal for pre-school.

My grandson Landon, who is 4, loved coloring these Christmas Printables. He choose the snowman right off the bat and took the Santa home to share with his sister.

Look how proud!

Here you go:   Black and white Snowman head.   Full color snowman head.   Black and white Santa head.  Full color Santa head.

Hope your kids enjoy!

Till Later

Kathy

Insightful Nana

P.S.  Grandmas… print off a bunch of these free Christmas Printables for your Grands when they come over to visit.  It will take some of the Christmas excitement “running around” down to a more tolerable level.  Maybe?

Free Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

Here are a couple of free Thanksgiving coloring pages for your kids to enjoy.  Children love to participate in the Thanksgiving decorating… so here are a couple of projects they can be entertained by.

The pilgrim couple,  “Bless Thee” and “Thank Thee” is the first project. They are door hangers the kids can color and hang on the front door or on their own bedroom doors… to welcome in the Thanksgiving season.

A full colored option is available too. Print them on card stock or photo paper.   All the kids have to do is cut them out… thread a little ribbon in the top and hang them on the door to greet visitors.

The second project is “Old Tom Turkey”  The younger kids can color him and tape him to their wall or post him on the fridge.  Again…. a full colored option is available for those who just want to hang him up and get a little Thanksgiving spirit.

Here are your free printable Thanksgiving Coloring Pages.  Download the links and print them on your printer.

Door Hangers:

Bless Thee and Thank Thee Full Color

Bless Thee and Thank Thee Black and White

Old Tom Turkey:

Old Tom Turkey Full Color

Old Tom Turkey Black and White

Hope your kids will enjoy.

Kathy Griffiths
Insightful Nana

P.S.  Watch for your own Thanksgiving treat…it’s coming in a couple of days.

Halloween Jack 0 Lantern – Printables

These Halloween Jack O Lantern printables are precolored for your convenience.  Black and white copies are also provided for your kids or grandkids to color.  There are three printable pumpkin designs for you to choose from and you’ll want to print them all.

If your young ones are having a Halloween party… coloring these pumpkins with crayons or markers would be a fun activity.  Perhaps you have a church or school activity… you’re welcome to run off as many as you like.

My granddaughter, Claire, came to keep me company and, was delighted when the black and white Halloween Pumpkins came zooming out of my printer.  She wanted to color them all… so I make plenty of copies.  She and her friend Hunter loved coloring the pumpkins to add to their Halloween decorations.

If you want to enjoy more Halloween activities, join the Halloween blog party at Cottage In The Country. Hostess, Debbie Crabtree Lewis, will be there to greet you.  Lots of exciting things going on this month… and you won’t want to miss it.  By the way… I hope you had a chance grab my famous Carmel Popcorn recipe. If you haven’t… you don’t know what your missing!

Kathy Griffiths

Insightful Nana

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In the next few months… I’ll be giving away a lot of great holiday stuff… you just won’t want to miss it.

P.P.S. Here are your downloads… have great day.  If you’re on my e-mail… list watch for more Halloween Treats and great recipes this month.

Precolored:

Cat Pumpkin

Ghost Pumpkin

Frog Pumpkin

Black and White

Cat Pumpkin B/W

Ghost Pumpkin B/W

Frog Pumpkin B/W