Wednesday, August 13, 2008


Lots of free printable kids crafts and coloring pages!

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Free Printable Pokemon Coloring Pages

Free Pokemon Coloring Pages

The world of Pokemon is huge and Pokemon coloring pages are so popular! Pokemon refers to a group of pocket monsters that a child can trade, collect and swap. The goal for the child is to care for its Pokemon so that the child becomes the best Pokemon trainer there is!

Here you will find links to popular free printable Pokemon Coloring pages.

Coloring Book Fun offers lots of free printable Pokemon Coloring pages. Click the icon of the page you would like to print, the image will open slightly bigger. Next, click the image again and a new window will open with no ads or text around it. Use your browser's print function to print the page, then close that window. You may need to disable your pop up blocker if the page does not appear.

Coloring Book Fun has so much Pokemon coloring that they have two separate links to all the coloring pages.

This site has 20 Pokemon coloring pages, Pikachu is the on the first coloring page. The site is very easy to use, click on the link and then click on the image. Directions are given at the bottom of each image.

Here you will find 21 Pokemon coloring pages. There a couple dot-to-dot using numbers Pokemon coloring pages, these are great to use to help a child with their number and counting skills.

This website has lots of free Pokemon coloring pages. You will also find maze games, word puzzles, connect the dots and color by number. The coloring pages are simply click and print.Pokemon coloring pages are fun for both boys and girls, the coloring pages are great for rainy days or any time the special child in your life wants to be artistic.


Tuesday, August 5, 2008


-2 tablespoons nonfat dry milk
-Small bowl
-Warm water
-Food coloring

Measure the dry milk into the bowl. Add enough warm water to make a thick paste. Add a few drops of food coloring and stir the mixture until it's smooth. Cover the paint and refrigerate it for storage.

Monday, August 4, 2008


-Electric mix, eggbeater, or wire whisk
-1 cup grated Ivory soap(half a 4 1/2 ounce bar)
-1/2 cup cold water
-Food coloring(optional)

Beat or whisk the soap and water together in a bowl until the mixture is stiff and thick. If you like, add food coloring to tint the paint.