Sign In
Get Started
Parenting Hacks

Our 5 Favorite Free Coloring Books

By Jake BronsteinMar 14, 2017

Why buy coloring books when you can download and print them free? We sorted through hundreds before narrowing the list to the best 5, one for each circumstance.

1. My Alphabet Animals

Length: 27 pages

Download link: Color-your-own.com

Best for: The kid who’s just getting into letters but not that great at getting crayons between lines.

2. The New York Botanical Garden Coloring Book

Length: 12 pages

Download link: Library.nyam.org

Best for: An adolescent watercolor user with an interest in waterlilies. Fun fact: Many world-class libraries and museums issue annual coloring books. A complete list can be found here.

3. FDNY Official Fire Safety Activity Coloring Book

Length: 21 pages

Download link: Nyc.gov

Best for: The family who hasn’t yet realized that every firehouse seems to give freebies to children who stop by (plastic hats, coloring books, fire-themed puzzles and more).

4. Printable Adult Coloring Pages

Length: 100s of individual pages for download

Download link: Freeprintableadultcoloringpages.com

Best for: The ‘old soul’ child who’s got the hand-eye coordination and attention span to match.

5. Coloring for Grownups

Length: 10 pages

Download link: Coloringforgrownups.com

Best for: The adult looking to spend quality time with their kids and still walk away with fridge-worthy artwork of their own.


Try out Fabric's free will maker to help protect your family in 5 minutes. We'll show you how to make it legally binding.


Subscribe to our newsletter


Written by

Jake Bronstein

Related Posts

Parenting Hacks

How to Make Mundane Moments With Your Kids Feel Actually Special

We asked experts for ways to savor even the mundane time with family—whether or not we’re in the middle of a pandemic.

By Sarah Li Cain
Parenting Hacks

5 Common Kid Behavior Issues During (and After) Coronavirus Lockdown

Coronavirus quarantine is a struggle, and the routines that worked for two weeks may be fraying now. Here’s how to help kids deal.

By Jessica Sillers
Parenting Hacks

How Becoming the Breadwinner Changed My Perspective on Money

This new reality forced me to think about what would happen if I were gone. Could my husband afford the mortgage without my income?

By Sarah Li Cain

Fabric Picks

Finance for Parents

How Does a No-Exam Life Insurance Policy Work?

No-exam life insurance policies let you skip the in-person medical exam. There are several types available, so understand the different options.

By Jessica Sillers
Finance for Parents

9 Myths About Life Insurance—and What You Should Know

We’ll help you sort fact from fiction, and learn what you need to know about how life insurance really works.

By Allison Kade
Finance for Parents

What Should You Do With a Life Insurance Benefit?

What is it like getting a life insurance death benefit? What should you actually do with it? We break it down with expert advice.

By Melanie Lockert

About Fabric

iOS

/

Android

Subscribe to our newsletter

© 2020 Fabric Insurance Agency, LLC

Fabric Instant is an Accidental Death Insurance Policy (Form VL-ADH1 with state variations where applicable) and Fabric Premium is a Term Life Insurance Policy (Form ICC16-VLT, ICC16-VLT19, and CMP 0501 with state variations where applicable). Policies are issued by Vantis Life Insurance Company (Vantis Life), Windsor, CT (all states except NY), and by Vantis Life Insurance Company of New York, Brewster, NY (NY only). Coverage may not be available in all states. Issuance of coverage for Fabric Premium is subject to underwriting review and approval. Please see a copy of the policy for the full terms, conditions and exclusions. Policy obligations are the sole responsibility of Vantis Life.

Fabric Insurance Agency, LLC (FIA) is an insurance agency licensed to sell life, accident, and health insurance products. FIA will receive compensation from Vantis Life for such sales. The NAIC Company Code for Vantis Life is 68632. See the Terms of Use for additional information regarding FIA.

Plan like a parent. is a trademark of Fabric Technologies, Inc.