There’s nothing I dread more than my kids asking me to print them a specific type of coloring page… There are plenty of coloring page websites out there, but I’ve found very few that actually print out full-sized, high-quality pages that actually download and print right – much less ones that aren’t gross violations of copyright materials. So, when I find good sites, I make sure I keep track of them!
Here’s one I found via Pinterest yesterday: the Crayola website has a bunch of great coloring pages – over 1,500, in fact! There are nice ones for US states, countries, historical figures like Alexander Graham Bell and Albert Einstein, and a lot more.
The website is kind of a pain to use, as you have to hit “more” about a hundred times to view all of the coloring pages, but at least they are good ones! Go here to see Crayola’s free coloring pages.
Here are a few more of my favorite sites for high-quality coloring pages:
If you’re looking for high-quality coloring books and don’t mind paying a few books, Dover has a lot of great coloring books and their copyright info seems to indicate it’s OK to copy for personal use. This blogger emailed them directly about it and you can read their response here.