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5 Free Printables: Animals & Coloring

2020-06-25 by Melissa & Doug
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Kids (and adults) of all ages will enjoy the simplicity and relaxation of coloring different animal scenes, including pink piggies, happy hippos, a colorful camel, beautiful butterflies, and more. As your kids color each scene, talk to them about what those animals are like, what sounds they make, and where they live. This can be a nice activity to use creativity and learn something new!

1. Beautiful Butterflies

Directions: Color the picture and tell a story about what is happening! Maybe even write a note on the back and mail it to a loved one.

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2. Colorful Camel

Directions: Color the picture and tell a story about what is happening! Maybe even write a note on the back and mail it to a loved one.

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3. Happy Hippos

Directions: Color the picture and tell a story about what is happening! Maybe even write a note on the back and mail it to a loved one.

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4. Pretty Peacock

Directions: Color the picture and tell a story about what is happening! Maybe even write a note on the back and mail it to a loved one.

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5. Pink Piggies

Directions: Color the picture and tell a story about what is happening! Maybe even write a note on the back and mail it to a loved one.

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