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Free DALMATIAN Coloring Pages & Book for Download (Printable PDF)

This Dalmation coloring page provides new and exciting coloring images for coloring enthusiasts of all ages. This page has many different uses. Here we will outline a few different ways you can use this great printable resource. Keep reading for fun coloring and activity ideas for kids and adults. 

Welcome to our collection of free DALMATIAN coloring pages. Click the Dalmatian pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.

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Coloring Therapy 

In recent years, more and more adults have been discovering the therapeutic benefits of coloring. Coloring is an inexpensive way to relax and release stress. Therapists agree that effective relaxation activities are activities that can gently engage the mind without causing additional stress. Coloring provides this. 

Coloring therapy is recommended for adults who are dealing with depression, anxiety, or panic attacks. The activity of coloring gives your mind something enjoyable to focus on so that you have a chance to catch your breath and reset your nervous system. Best of all, you can easily access fun coloring images for printing, such as this dalmatian coloring page. 

Screen Breaks For Kids

These printable coloring pages provide a great opportunity for kids to take a screen break. Although screens are a wonderful addition to our lives and make everything from work to school to shopping much easier these days, it is still important for children to take screen breaks occasionally. 

Screen breaks are important for a child’s health, vision, and emotional well-being. Coloring is the perfect activity to engage a young child’s mind and hands during a screen break. 

To help screen breaks run smoothly, be sure your child understands that a screen break is coming up, and then let them know you have a fun activity planned to do with them. 

Quality Time for Kids and Parents

You can spend the screen break coloring with your child. Children always want to spend more time with their parents. Offering to color with your child accomplishes two things at once. First, you are helping your child take a screen break, and second, you are spending quality time with your child. 

Dog Education 

This dalmatian coloring page could also be used as part of a learning opportunity for kids. Learning about the different breeds of dogs can be a fun and engaging learning activity for you and your children. Check out books from the library on different dog breeds. You can let your child color their page while you read to them about dalmatians and other fun breeds of dogs. 

Coloring Contest

Looking for more fun ways to use these printable dalmatian coloring pages? How about organizing a coloring contest? A coloring contest can be a fun activity for classes, church, friend groups, or community groups. Couple the contest with a fun prize. 

Movie Companion Activity

You can also use this coloring page as a movie companion activity after watching the Disney classic “101 Dalmatians.” Coupling a screen activity with a non-screen activity is a great way to balance your child’s screen time. All screen time is not bad, but it can become a bad habit when it is not balanced effectively. 

If your child wants to watch television couple their movies or TV shows with a non-screen activity. For instance, after watching “101 Dalmations”, you could read a book together on dog breeds or dalmatians in particular. Then your child can complete this printable dalmatian coloring page. 

Take It A Step Further

If your child is highly interested in dalmatians or learning about dog breeds, how about planning a visit to the local animal shelter? Your child can learn about different breeds of dogs and their needs. Local animal shelters often have a need for volunteers as well. 

You and your family could volunteer at the animal shelter. This helps your child learn more about animals, their needs, and the vital function of community helpers such as dog shelter workers.