One of the best things you can do for younger students during this time of distance learning is encourage them to color. For preschoolers and elementary students, coloring pages offer them a way to develop intellectually, emotionally, and creatively. The act of coloring helps them to develop fine motor skills, eye/hand coordination, color awareness, and improved focus. But the benefits of coloring aren’t limited to preschoolers and elementary students. For older students (and adults!) coloring can help stimulate creativity, foster self-expression, and provide stress relief.
PBIS Rewards has created a collection of coloring and activity pages that you can use in your distance learning classroom. Use them to give your students a brain break and encourage their creativity. Challenge them in a coloring contest. Hold a virtual art show. Ask them to embellish their work with stickers, paint, glitter, or other creative materials.
And don’t forget, you can recognize your students and award points for participation through PBIS Rewards!
Coloring and Activity Pages
Each coloring/activity page is sized to print to a single page (8.5 x 11 sheet) in black ink. Just click on an image to open a printable image file in a new tab. Enjoy!