The days are getting shorter and the temps are getting lower, which means we’re welcoming any and all indoor activities, and awarding bonus points to projects that dabble in both creativity and learning. Get ready to deck the halls in cut-out snowflakes and DIY holiday crafts and wrap the fridge in winter coloring pages. With it being the holiday season, winter coloring pages make for the perfect homemade present.
Between gift-giving and the uptick in social gatherings, wintertime can be burning a hole in your wallet. Save yourself a few bucks this holiday season with free kid-friendly activities like winter coloring pages. The amazing thing about coloring is that it can be both a solo or social hobby. It can be a bonding activity or way for your kid to have some me-time. You can access these winter coloring pages for free by clicking each illustration’s name and following its download and print instructions.
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Download these 10 free winter coloring pages:
The perfect winter day includes sipping on hot chocolate and coloring snowflakes. Bonus: Help your kiddo cut out the snowflakes and hang it from the ceiling.
Ring in the winter season with this adorned Hello Winter coloring page. Available for free on Homemade Gifts Made Easy.
Queue the music, and give these bundled penguins’ winter accessories a colorful makeover.
This winter coloring page features a number of finely detailed, hanging ornaments, which will turn out beautiful whether or not your lil’ artist likes coloring in between the lines.
A winter coloring page that doubles as a spelling lesson, this reindeer illustration teaches your child how to spell the word “reindeer.” Keep the exercise going and prompt your kid to practice their writing skills by writing the word “reindeer” underneath.
Courtesy of Primary Games, this winter coloring sheet of snow-capped houses nestled in the woods prints landscape. Grandma or grandpa will treasure this winter masterpiece!
A reason to blast our favorite holiday tunes? Don’t have to tell us twice! Your kid will have the best time practicing their singing and fine motor skills.
If your family celebrates Christmas, this portrait of Christmas stockings is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Get it for free at Crayola.
Ring in the new year with a coloring page of balloons, confetti, party horns and party hats.
For the more advanced artist, this snowman color-by-numbers coloring page is the perfect brain-boosting activity that also stimulates their comprehension skills.