A List of Where to Find Free Mother's Day Coloring Sheets
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A List of Where to Find Free Mother’s Day Coloring Sheets

Posted on Thursday, May 7th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Crayola CrayonsLittle kids will be more than happy to make a gift for their mom. For them, it is more fun than picking out a card from the store. There are plenty of Mother’s Day coloring sheets that are free to download and print out. Even the youngest kids can color a picture (in their own way)! Here is a quick list of where to find free Mother’s Day coloring sheets.

Disney
The Disney Family website has all kinds of crafts for kids to make. They have a section that is filled with Mother’s Day crafts. It also includes some fun coloring pages that feature Disney characters.

Sleeping Beauty’s Color-In Mother’s Day Card has a picture of Sleeping Beauty on the front of the card, surrounded by small animals. The card comes in two parts. Kids can color the front part. An adult might need to help them attach the back of the card to the front.

Bambi’s Color-In Mother’s Day Card has a cute image of Bambi snuggling with his mother. They are sitting near a bunch of flowers. Kids can color the picture for their mom. Fold the card over after the coloring is done.

Bambi’s Mother’s Day Placemat makes a very cute addition to the “Breakfast in Bed” Mother’s Day gift. Kids can color in the picture of Bambi and his mother (who are surrounded by Bambi’s friends). There is a space where kids can write the menu. An adult should help with the actual breakfast part of this gift.

Crayola.com
Crayola is a trusted name in children’s art supplies. The Crayola website has tons of coloring pages. Many connect to a particular holiday. All are free to print out.

Turtle Mommy shows a drawing of a cartoon Turtle Mommy who is smiling at her turtle child. The little turtle holds a flower in his mouth and is carrying a big cupcake on his back. Both are gifts for his mom.

Mother’s Day shows a picture of a mom who is wearing an apron. Her son is happily handing her a bouquet of flowers and a balloon that says “Best Mom Ever”.

Nick Jr.
The Nick Jr. website has tons of craft ideas that connect to the cartoons featured on the Nick Jr. channel. They have a couple of printable Mother’s Day coloring sheets.

Peter’s Happy Mother’s Day Card shows a cute drawing of Peter Rabbit who is handing his mother a wrapped gift.

Little Bear’s Kiss Coupon shows a cute drawing of Little Bear who is being held by his mom. Little Bear has a flower for her. The coloring sheet says “A Kiss for You. This coupon is good for 1 kiss. Happy Mothers Day!” It has room for a child to write his or her name.

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