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31 days of kids colouring pages

We are so keen to keep little hands and minds busy on KiddyCharts, and with that in mind, we are giving you 31 days of kids coloring pages to entertain the kids with. For every day; there is a different theme and a link to a new set of colouring sheets.

Free printable 31 days of coloring daily challenge

As always, we are trying to spread the love a little so there are links to resources on KiddyCharts, as well as others that we know you will love. If you scroll down to the square image at the end of this post, there is also a printable where you can track how you are getting on with the colouring. This will turn it into a little bit of a daily colouring challenge for kids, which might make it even more fun, don’t you think?

If you are feeling particularly creative, you might want to try the challenges with the kids too. If you want to share what you are up to – why not join out Facebook group too?

As promised, we have 31 themes of kids coloring pages for you to choose from:

  1. Cats: Our first set of colouring is our most popular on the site, our mindful cats, which are the most downloaded coloring sheets on our site,
  2. Space; Some gorgeous space coloring sheets from Simple Every Day Mom. If you like space, you might also want to try out eBook activities too,
  3. Cupcakes; If you are anything like me, you do love something a little sweet, so here are some cupcake coloring pages from Growing Play. We’ve also got some other food coloring pages as well.

  4. Pirates; Who doesn’t love a pirate? A Dab of Glue has these rather marvellous pirate color by site to do,
  5. Hippo; For some reason, we LOVE hippos, so we have some kids and adult pages for you to color in here. You can also buy our mindful coloring book on the post too,
  6. Superheroes; All our children are superheroes, so Messy Little Monster has got some of them for the kids to color in too,
  7. Ice Cream; Can you see a theme here (!) – yep we couldn’t resist the ice cream coloring after we put cupcakes in here for you!
  8. Bugs and Beetles; Some people don’t like bugs and beasties, but we do, and so do Planes and Balloons,

  9. Flowers; Red Ted Art has a lovely set of 10 flowers to choose from – something for everyone,
  10. Jungle Animals; There are a few animals in this collection, but we couldn’t forget to include the jungle ones – 123 Homeschool has a good set of them here for you to try
  11. Dragons; This is a Kawai coloring sheet from us – it has unicorns in too…talking of which…
  12. Unicorns; ….Natural Beach Living has these rather scrummy unicorn coloring pages for you to have a look at,
  13. Rainbows; Hattifant has a small rainbow (and unicorn!) mobile that you can color in for free, as well as a slightly bigger one if you want to pay for it,

  14. Ocean; some under the sea pictures to color in from Homeschool Preschool,
  15. Grape; something a little different here from Crafts 4 Toddlers, a little poster to color in saying “I think you are grape”, which is super cute don’t you think?
  16. Bunnies and Sheep; more uber cuteness – this time from Mama Smiles,
  17. Seaside; another in our series of adult and kids free coloring pages, this time with a bit of a seaside theme,
  18. Farm; it would be RUDE not to include farm animals in our list wouldn’t it – thanks to 123 Homeschool for this set of pages,

  19. Mermaids; we love fantasy characters on KiddyCharts – so why not these mermaids from Artsy Momma?
  20. Mandalas; The Purple Pumpkin Blog is FULL of amazing coloring pages, and she has some wonderful designs including these lovely Mandalas. Plenty to choose from so bound to be one you like,
  21. Trucks; Perhaps we were getting too delicate for a minute there – so let’s have some trucks to color in from Planes and Balloons,
  22. Sign Language Animals; if you are going to spend time coloring – why not get the kids to learn something too, how about sign language?!? This is American by the way from A Day in our Shoes,
  23. Travel; our site focuses not just on free resources but also family travel – so why not combine the two? This is a coloring eBook with a travel theme,

  24. Gingerbread men; Rock your Homeschool has some gingerbread coloring sheets, and no there is NOT a sweet food theme hidden in this list *honest*
  25. Complete animals; These incomplete pictures mean you can either complete with a little bit of arts and craft – or draw your own design! A great idea from Box of Ideas,
  26. Toy Story 4; We cannot resist Toy Story – thanks to Simple Everyday Mom for these coloring pages,
  27. Dinosaurs; some more from us – this time our wonderful dinosaurs make an appearance,
  28. Mini doodle book; these are a simply gorgeous little idea, so we had to include from from barley & birch,
  29. Hawaiian; something to make you feel warm and happy from Red Ted Art,
  30. Butterfly; another project one – from Artsy Fartsy Mama – this is a suncatcher as well as a coloring project, and finally
  31. Shoes; something a little different to end with – shoes from KiddyCharts!

We think that this is a fabulous way to keep the kids busy for a LONG time, and to inspire them as well. Perhaps if they manage to finish the daily coloring challenge, you can give them a little something as a treat? No idea what of course – you decide!

Free printable 31 days of coloring daily challenge

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Thanks as always for coming to see us and hope to see you back here soon too.


Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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Paty Oliveira

Tuesday 28th of July 2020

Good ideia

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