Teach your children to express themselves by introducing them to coloring. It’s a great way for them to express their creative, artistic sides that will provide hours of fun. Coloring pages, available in just about everything fad, topic and toy, are a good way to engage children in an enjoyable, productive activity. Princess coloring pages are one of the best coloring activities for little girls.
Once you’ve decided to print and use princess coloring pages, you need to know where to find them. The fact is, there are princess coloring pages all over the web and, while there are princess coloring books, you will usually have to pay more for the Disney princesses. So, instead of paying for them, do a Google search for “Princess coloring pages” and click on the links that offer what you are looking for.
While some sites feature the classic Disney princesses, others offer their version of a princess. For example, you might find the Barbie princess coloring pages in your search for princess coloring pages. Doing a specific search for the kind of princesses you are interested in will yield what you’re looking for. The Disney princess are the easiest to find as they are the most popular among the princesses, and the ones kids are most familiar with.
Here are a few links to great princess coloring pages:
Making a coloring book out of your princess coloring pages is one of easiest, and most fun, ways of using coloring pages. Your little princess will enjoy having several different images of her favorite Disney princess to color. You can find pictures of Cinderella at the ball, cleaning her house, in the pumpkin carriage and with her prince and then put them all together in one book that she can take with her anywhere to color and enjoy.
Renting the movie associated with your child’s favorite princess is another great way to connect her favorite princess with a creative activity such as coloring pages. Watch “The Little Mermaid” with your child and give her coloring pages of Ariel to color while she watches movie or afterward. She will be more likely to enjoy coloring them if she has the chance to see the show and connect with the characters before coloring them.
To get started, ask your child which princess she wants pictures of to color, and then go online to find those pictures. Browse through the pictures, and choose the ones that she would like to color best. Find the princess in her castle, in front of her castle and sitting, among other situations, so that your child can enjoy coloring the princess in several different outfits and situations.
Take advantage of the web to find your princess coloring pages, but do not forget to only print pages that do not have color on them already, otherwise they will be far more difficult to color.