I went pretty quickly from “What are we doing to do with all this time?” to “I can’t possibly do all of these homeschool ideas, Pinterest crafts, daily streaming broadcasts, flexible learning from school AND fit in my daily Zoom cocktail date!”. That said, Mo Willems pretty much babysits my kids for 20 minutes per day with the Lunch Doodles and they will happily keep coloring for a bit after it’s over.
Looking for some new coloring pages to keep your kids entertained? I have a few good ones for you.
Local fiber artist Holly Guertin got her start in textile design & patterns. You can grab her downloadable coloring sheets HERE (and support a local small business).
I follow Amber Davenport on Instagram and have long admired her art and patterns. You can download her free printables HERE.
The Washingtonian has a sweet roundup that you can download in a batch or individually HERE.
If you have a nature-lover, grab the lovely pages from Ever Clever Mom HERE.